The Magic Flute is an adaptive electronic wind instrument that enables people with disabilities to play music with only small movements of the head.
- The flute requires no hands to play and is rotated up and down to change pitch and the strength of the breath controls the volume.
- Users can completely control the flute using just their breath and small head movements.
- The control box contains a sound module with 128 different instruments, including saxophone, trumpet, and a guitar.
- The bright display shows users the note they are about to play.
- Most players mount the flute on top of a microphone or camera stand.
- A special bracket allows it to pivot freely up or down.
- A set of handles are available for those who wish to hold it in their hands.
- The flute also acts as the remote control for the Control Module (sip & puff).
- Provides a way for people who have limited lung function to carry out breathing exercises.