RAV Drum’s 2 New Advanced Scales, F# In Sen & G Humayun, and new Hardshell Flight Case


The always innovative team at RAV Labs has put together some fine new product for us pan drum lovers. It’s new F# In Sen scale is mystical yet melodic, and likens to the vibe of their B Onoleo model. According to the makers, the F# In Sen scale is based on the tuning of a traditional Chinese string instrument. Check out the free improvisation played by Jerry Walsh in the video here:

The G Humayun RAV Vast drum is one of the most distinct scales RAV Labs has ever released. Harmonically it is a major scale with a flat two, which gives it a very eerie number of half steps all over the range. Check out the Matt Bazgier’s playing in the video here:

The other exciting new release from RAV is their hardshell flight case. This thing is solid as a rock and will now give us no fear of checking in our bags on the plane, confidently knowing that our instrument will come out unscathed. Photos here:

All of these new products are available in the USA from Didge Project. Hit the links below for the latest pricing and shipping info. Thanks for checking in and we will see you in the next one!

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Jerry Walsh is a musician and vocalist, weaving together ancient and otherworldly sounds from sacred traditions across the globe and creating shamanic sound journeys. He has collaborated with Merkaba (Kayla Scintilla), SriKala, Native American hip-hop artist Supaman, and American beatbox champion Mark Martin. He has been student of Taino elder, Maestro Manuel Rufino since 2012, studying the indigenous shamanic cultures of the Americas and other wisdom traditions. Jerry has traveled to 30 countries on five continents and spent a full year studying Buddhism and Himalayan culture in India, Nepal, and Bhutan from 2010-2011. He currently lives in Brooklyn, NY with the Golden Drum community when he is not on tour sharing music and meditation with partner, Ixchel Prisma.