Software is not something I can advise on, as I’m using software that is in development. There’s a big choice of similar CAD software out there, and everyone has their own preference. Rhino looks good to me.
Great that you’re a software engineer, this should really help – what’s your area?
@Frederic: Looks like I’m going to aim for the P-37D for now. I’m really keen on getting my first brand new Yamaha melodica, and I’m torn between the D and the E, since it’s around $40 dollars difference between them.
I am a little disappointed with your answer and at the same time I approve it at 100%.
I suspected that walking on the voice of the melodica creator would not be plug and play 😉
I reviewed your video, and I noted each passage to better understand the stages of building of your new melodica. I understand better indeed the…Read more
Hi David, AKM320 is a MIDI keyboard available on amazon. you will find it at https://www.amazon.com/midiplus-32-Key-Midi-Controller-AKM320/dp/B00VHKMK64?th=1.
For the price, I think I’ll try to buy one also for my very morning sessions 😉
Dave Anderson replied to the topic Current opinions of Yamaha p37e and Suzuki pro37 v3 in the forum Buying a melodica 1 week, 5 days ago
Hello, I have a similar question. I’m new to Melodicaworld and relatively new to Melodicas.
I have a Yamaha p37D and p37E. I like the D for playing with jazz with other people and the E for softer playing by myself. Frankly, I am very bothered by the poor tuning of both instruments out of the box. I was hesitant to jump into tuning myself,…Read more