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Steel-Pan Tuning

To get the crisp clean sound of each note, requires the hands of experience.

Steel-Pan Tuning

This is a key skill needed in both pre and post fabrication of the instrument. The hammer is one of the tools still used to date. There have been many developments over the years with regards to the meter used to measure the sound to ensure the proper tone is produced. We employ the latest in that technology, using the new digital method. Howerer, at the end of the day, nothing is more precise than the ear of the tuner.

With this service, we can restore the sound in older steel-pans that are still structurally intact. We can also ensure that weather large band or small band, your steel-pan orchestra will sound at their best.

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Steel-Pan Creation

Creation of any of the Steel-Pan variations. See section below for more information

Steel-Pan

Able to create all of the kinds of Steel-pan, here are the different types.

Tenor Pan

High C Tenor Pan

Also considered as the soprano steel-pan, this is the highest pitched of all the steel-pan versions. Ranging from 28 to 30 notes, from D4 to D6. It is important to note that the earlier versions contained less notes.

It is usually the lead instrument and carries the melody, but can also fill harmonies depending on the users preference.

Low C Tenor Pan

Even though this version also contains 28 to 30 notes, the main difference between this version and the High C, is that it ranges from C4 to G6. Otherwise it is used the same as the High C Tenor Pan.

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Double Tenor Pan

This uses two drums, with 28 to 30 notes, ranging from F#3 to B♭5. This is the prime choice of pan soloists. It can take on the role of melody, harmonies ,counter melodies and chords. One of the most versatile of the steel-pan family. The arrangement of the notes is not symmetrical, so it can vary based on the person that makes it.

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Double Second Pan

Containing up to 32 notes, symetrically laid out. This steel-pan ranges from F#3 to C#6. The sound is a bit deeper than that produced in the Double Tenor, partly due to its longer skirt. It is another of the most versatile steel-pans able to carry melody, harmonies ,counter melodies and chords

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Guitar Pan

It got it's name from its main use to strum chords, but can also be used for harmonies and counter melodies. This is steelpan comprises of 20 notes, ranging from C3 to G#4. Having a long skirt, it also produces low midrange sound.

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Cello Pan

Its long skirts aid in producing a deep tone, and the notes are arranged symmetrically. It is usually used for low harmonies and counter melodies. The 3 piece version ranges from B2 to C#5 and the 4 piece version ranges from G2 to D5. Both versions have up to 27 notes total.

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Tenor Bass Pan

Uses 4 drums, with 20 notes, ranging from F2 to C4. It provides the bass notes as well as acoustic projection.

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Bass Pans

Greater depth is achieved through the use of the entire drum mainly. The notes are usually laid out symmetrically. It contains 18 notes. The 6 piece version ranges from A1 to F3. The 9 piece version ranges from G1 to C4. The 12 piece version ranges from

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