This is an attempt at converting the previous Alto C to a Tenor G. (Aiming for the range of E4 to C6)
This may not fit everyone's hands, and I'm hoping to be able to shrink some of the fingerholes by undercutting them a bit more to help with that.
V3 Sound Sample: https://youtu.be/YaNaFP12OAg
I've always wanted a deeper pitched ocarina than the one I had, but I could never justify dropping another 60 dollars for an ocarina which is only like 4 notes lower than my clay one. I'll still probably buy one in the far future, but this will tie me over until then.
• V3: This version is based off the V17 model of the Alto C. The model was scaled up, then the inner walls were scaled up slightly more (to thin the walls a bit, they were massive after just scaling the whole thing). The Voicing was re-finagled to fit the new size.
This one seems really loud to me and takes a bit more breath to play than I expected. The high notes work, but I think sound a bit airy.
.2 MM, Matter Control Medium Settings
Wall thickness is more important than infill with this one.
I would recommend at least 1.2mm walls/perimeters.
Matter control has an unfortunate habit of throwing on a support that sneaks through one of the fingerholes and continues on the inside of the model. Not sure how to fix it yet.
X: 57.53mm // 2.265 Inches
Y: 97.73mm // 3.848 Inches
Z: 160.14mm // 6.305 Inches
This took me just short of 9 hours, whereas the smaller alto was about 5.5 hours.