At Syos we all write articles related to our job and to our passion. Discover how we design our mouthpieces, learn what “psychoacoustics” means, how a saxophone works, and also which music we listen to during our daywork!
Discover how the Syos saxophone mouthpieces are made - from the design of the 3D models to the production of our pieces.
Our vocabulary includes hundreds of words that we use to describe sound. What is a bright or a dark sound? What really means a rounded, a focused or a warm sound?
Listen to our special "black playlist" - A bit of music around the theme of "black" to celebrate our new black limited edition
At Syos we like live music - especially when one of our artist plays. Read the story of Thomas de Pourquery's first gig for his new album "Sons of Love".
Choosing a mouthpiece is very difficult but with Syos you'll get the perfect fit. Martin gives you small tips to help you to fill up Syos "Create a mouthpiece" form
Did you ever asked how we're working with musician to understand relationship between sound and mouthpiece geometry? Thomas write about our testing sessions.
Pauline, CEO & founder of SYOS tells how she had the idea of tailor-made saxophone mouthpieces printed in 3D.
The tone color is often associated with the material in which the instrument is made, but for wind instruments it’s the geometry that determines the timbre.
Psychoacoustics is the study of auditory perception. Our research provides us with relationships between sound verbal description and mouthpiece geometries.
Research in musical acoustics give a better understanding on how instruments are working. We use this knowledge to optimize Syos saxophone mouthpieces.