I'm a newbe but want to get an old music box with maybe 72 notes. I can't find a forum to ask things so maybe this forum can help. I was gonna purchase something on ebay but not sure of what to do. Who to trust? Want and old one 19 century that play correctly. Maybe some Christmas tunes. Maybe 6 or 12 tunes with controls that work the correct way. Do people sell good stuff here? Is this the best forum? Email me at my new email email@example.com
Hello, I have a question maybe stupid but I'm new here. I have a 15 notes music box and I have a 104 holes paper strips as everyone I guess. I find some songs but there are too longs in terms of paper; have for example 96 notes but need 120 holes for did that. Here an example: https://musicboxmaniacs.com/explore/melody/we-wish-you-a-merry-christmas_2248/ Exist a way to reduce that for fit the music to 104 holes? Maybe I bought the worng paper... Thank you very much really :)
This is my first time ever composing and immediately running into a problem. How do I make sharps using a 15 note. Is it a combination of other notes? I really have no background in music theory and just a point in a direction would be amazing. Thanks
My music box (K15) works fine and doesn’t stop as much on the paper sold with the box but I wanted to try to make a longer one using regular paper and ‘laminating’ it with tape. The tape makes it so that the puller will just slide over it and not properly pull the paper? Any suggestions to help me fix it?
I've looked and looked, but have only been able to find F scale music boxes. Now I'm stsrting to think that C scale music boxes don't exist. Can someone help me out? Where can I find a C scale 30 note music box, or do they even exist?
Does anyone know how long a Kikkerland 15 strip is? Not in dimensions, but in the measurement this site uses for length. For example: when you create a melody on this site, the default length is 256, or 32 measures of 4/4 time.