JP2007264345A - Wind instrument player and adapter for playing - Google Patents

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JP2007264345A
JP2007264345A JP2006089945A JP2006089945A JP2007264345A JP 2007264345 A JP2007264345 A JP 2007264345A JP 2006089945 A JP2006089945 A JP 2006089945A JP 2006089945 A JP2006089945 A JP 2006089945A JP 2007264345 A JP2007264345 A JP 2007264345A
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Teruhiro Goto
Tadanao Niwa
直尚 丹羽
照博 後藤
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PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a performance device in which a wind instrument can be easily mounted.
A wind instrument playing device includes a mounting member attached to a wind instrument and a sound generation unit that generates sound from a sound output by vibrating a diaphragm. The mounting member is provided with a through hole, and one end of the through hole is connected to the wind outlet of the wind instrument when the wind instrument is mounted, and the other end of the through hole can be fixed in contact with the sound output of the sound generator. It has become. Then, the wind instrument has a blowing port connected to the sound generating port of the sound generating unit through the through hole of the mounting member.
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  The present invention relates to an apparatus for playing a wind instrument.

Patent Document 1 discloses an apparatus for playing a wind instrument. The performance device includes a flexible vibration film and a vibration device that vibrates the vibration film. When playing a wind instrument using this performance device, the mouthpiece of the wind instrument is brought into contact with the vibrating membrane, and the vibrating membrane is vibrated by the vibrating device. The vibration by the vibrating membrane propagates into the wind instrument through the mouthpiece using air as a medium. Air vibrations (ie, sound) propagated into the wind instrument are amplified in the wind instrument and emitted to the outside. As a result, a suitable tone color is generated from the wind instrument.
In an apparatus for playing a wind instrument, the positional relationship between the mouthpiece and the diaphragm has a great influence on the timbre generated from the wind instrument. For example, if the mouthpiece is in contact with the vibrating membrane while being tilted, a suitable tone color cannot be generated from the wind instrument.
In order to solve the above-described problem, the technique disclosed in Patent Document 1 employs a technique of fixing a mouthpiece to a vibrating membrane using a bolt.
JP 2004-258443 A

When playing a wind instrument using a performance device, it is necessary to fix the mouthpiece to the performance device and to attach the mouthpiece fixed to the performance device to the wind instrument body.
The attachment of the mouthpiece to the wind instrument body is performed by inserting the insertion part (so-called shank) on the mouthpiece side into the attachment part (mouse pipe) on the wind instrument body side. The mounting portion on the wind instrument main body side is provided with a taper so that the insertion portion on the inserted mouthpiece side is fitted. When mounting the mouthpiece on the wind instrument body, it is necessary to fully insert the insertion part on the mouthpiece side into the mounting part on the wind instrument body side. If this insertion is insufficient, sound leakage or the like occurs, and a suitable tone color cannot be generated from the wind instrument.
The operation of inserting the mouthpiece fixed to the performance device into the wind instrument main body becomes very troublesome if, for example, the position of the performance device is fixed or the wind instrument main body is large.
The present invention solves the above problems. The present invention provides a performance device in which a wind instrument can be easily mounted.

  The technique of the present invention is embodied in a wind instrument playing apparatus for mounting a wind instrument and playing the wind instrument. This wind instrument playing device includes a mounting member attached to the wind instrument, and a sound generation unit that generates sound from the sound output by vibrating the diaphragm. The mounting member is provided with a through hole, and one end of the through hole is connected to the wind outlet of the wind instrument when the wind instrument is mounted, and the other end of the through hole can be fixed in contact with the sound output of the sound generator. It has become. Then, the wind instrument has a blowing port connected to the sound generating port of the sound generating unit through the through hole of the mounting member.

In this wind instrument playing device, the mounting member is mounted on the wind instrument, and the other end of the through hole of the mounting member is fixed in contact with the sound generating port of the sound generating unit, so that the air outlet of the wind instrument passes through the through hole of the mounting member. Is connected to the sound output of the sound generation part. In this state, the wind instrument is played by generating sound from the sound output of the sound generator.
The structure for fixing the other end of the through hole of the mounting member and the sound generating port of the sound generating part can be freely designed without being affected by the structure of the wind instrument body or the structure of the vibration member.
According to this performance device, the wind instrument can be easily attached to the performance device.

The above-described apparatus preferably further includes a shielding member provided on the mounting member. In this case, the shielding member is movable between a first position that shields the other end of the through hole of the mounting member and an exposed second position, and is biased toward the first position. preferable.
If the other end of the through hole of the mounting member is damaged or a foreign object adheres to the mounting member, a problem is likely to occur when the sound generating part is fixed to the sound generating port.
When the mounting member is provided with the shielding member, the other end of the through hole is protected by the shielding member while the mounting member is not fixed to the sound generation port of the sound generation unit. In addition, while the mounting member is fixed to the sound output port of the sound generation unit, the fixing portion between the other end of the through hole and the sound output port of the sound output unit is protected by the shielding member.

In the above performance device, it is preferable that the other end of the through hole of the mounting member and the sound generating port of the sound generating portion are in contact with each other via an elastic member.
Thereby, even when one end of the through hole of the mounting member and the sound generation opening of the sound generation portion are inclined with respect to each other, both can be fixed without a gap.

The technology of the present invention is also embodied in a performance adapter that is attached to a wind instrument and used to attach the wind instrument to a performance device that plays the wind instrument. This performance adapter includes a mounting member mounted on the wind instrument and a shielding member provided on the mounting member. The mounting member is provided with a through hole, and one end of the through hole is connected to the wind outlet of the wind instrument when the wind instrument is mounted, and the other end of the through hole is in contact with the sound output port that the performance device produces. It can be fixed. The shielding member is movable between a first position that shields the other end of the through hole of the mounting member and an exposed second position, and is biased toward the first position.
By using this performance adapter, the wind instrument can be easily attached to the performance device.

  According to the present invention, it is possible to embody a performance device in which a wind instrument can be easily attached. Since this performance apparatus is easy to mount a wind instrument, it is possible to embody a robot that plays a wind instrument, for example, in combination with robot technology.

First, the main features of the embodiments described below are listed.
(Feature 1) An apparatus for playing a wind instrument includes a mounting member and a sound generation unit. The mounting member can be mounted on the mouse pet mounting portion of the wind instrument body from which the mouse pet is removed, and a first through hole is formed. One end of the first through hole is connected to the outlet side end of the wind instrument main body when the mounting member is mounted on the wind instrument main body. The sound generation unit includes a connection member, a vibration member, and vibration means. The connecting member can be connected to the mounting member and has a second through hole. One end of the second through hole is connected to the other end of the first through hole when the mounting member is connected to the connection member. The vibration member covers the other end of the second through hole of the connection member. The vibration means vibrates the vibration member. The sound generation unit vibrates the vibration member with vibration means and generates sound from one end of the second through hole. That is, one end of the second through hole constitutes a sound generation port that the sound generation unit generates.
(Feature 2) The first through hole of the mounting member has the smallest diameter at the other end. Further, the diameter of the second through hole of the connecting member is the smallest at the one end.
(Feature 3) The vibration member is a flexible film material.
(Feature 4) The vibration means includes a permanent magnet and a coil through which a current that fluctuates at a predetermined frequency is supplied. One of the permanent magnet and the coil is fixed to the vibration member.
(Characteristic 5) The sound generator of the performance device is mounted on the head of the humanoid robot. The humanoid robot can move the wind instrument to which the mounting member is mounted by means of an arm and, for example, can bring one end of the mounting member into contact with the sound output port of the sound generation unit.

Embodiments embodying the present invention will be described with reference to the drawings.
FIG. 1 shows a robot 10 that plays a wind instrument 100 according to an embodiment. FIG. 1A shows the robot 10 when the wind instrument 100 is not being played, and FIG. 1B shows the robot 10 when the wind instrument 100 is being played.
The wind instrument 100 played by the robot 10 includes a wind instrument body 106 and an adapter piece 110 connected to the wind instrument body 106. The configuration of the adapter piece 110 will be described in detail later. The other configuration of the wind instrument 100 is the same as that of a wind instrument for human performance. That is, the wind instrument main body 106 is obtained by removing a mouthpiece from a wind instrument for human performance, and becomes a normal wind instrument that can be played by a person by attaching the mouthpiece.

  As shown in FIG. 1, the robot 10 is a humanoid robot that imitates a person, and includes a head 12, a left arm 14, and a right arm 16. The head 12 is provided with a mouth 12a. The mouth portion 12 is opened at a position corresponding to the position of the person's mouth. The robot 10 can grip the wind instrument 100 with the arms 14 and 16 and move the gripped wind instrument 100 in various ways. For example, as illustrated in FIG. 1A, the robot 10 can move the wind instrument 100 to remove the adapter piece 110 of the wind instrument 100 from the mouth portion 12a. Alternatively, as shown in FIG. 1B, the robot 10 can carry the adapter piece 110 to the mouth portion 12a.

FIG. 2 shows a configuration of the adapter piece 110 attached to the wind instrument 100. The adapter piece 110 can be attached to and detached from the wind instrument main body 106 in the same manner as a mouthpiece for human performance. As shown in FIG. 2, the adapter piece 110 includes an adapter piece main body 120, a shielding member 140, and a biasing member 150. The adapter piece main body 120 is a tubular member, and a through hole 124 is formed therein. Hereinafter, the through hole 124 is referred to as a first through hole 124.
One end 122 of the adapter piece main body 120 is configured to be inserted into a mouthpiece mounting portion (mouse pipe) 108 of the wind instrument main body 106. One end 122 of the adapter piece main body 120 corresponds to a shank portion of a mouthpiece for human performance. When the adapter piece main body 120 is attached to the wind instrument main body 106, one opening 124 a of the first through hole 124 is connected to the outlet side end portion (blow hole portion) of the wind instrument main body 106. Hereinafter, one opening 124a of the first through hole 124 is referred to as a first opening 124a. The other opening 124b of the first through hole 124 is referred to as a second opening 124b. The adapter piece main body 120 corresponds to the mounting member described in the claims, the first opening 124a corresponds to one end of the through hole, and the second opening 124b corresponds to the other end of the through hole. .
The other end 126 of the adapter piece body 120 is formed in a tapered shape. The other end 126 of the adapter piece main body 120 can be attached to and detached from a sounding device 50 described later. A second opening 124 b of the first through hole 124 is provided at the other end 126 of the adapter piece main body 120.
In the second through hole 124 of the adapter piece main body 120, the inner diameter is continuously reduced from the first opening 124a to the second opening 124b. Further, the inner diameter of the second opening 124b is the smallest. The second through hole 124 of the adapter piece main body 120 is formed to imitate the shape of the backbore portion, bore portion, and throat portion of a mouthpiece for performance by a person. The adapter piece main body 120 can be obtained by performing additional processing on a mouthpiece for performance by a person.

The shielding member 140 has an outer shape that is substantially the same as the outer shape of the cup portion of the mouthpiece for human performance. The shielding member 140 is provided so as to be slidable in the longitudinal direction of the adapter piece main body 120. The shielding member 140 has a first position (position shown in FIG. 2) surrounding the other end 126 of the adapter piece body 120, and a second position (position shown in FIG. 4) that exposes the other end 126 of the adapter piece body 120. It is possible to move between. When the shielding member 140 is located at the first position, the other end 126 and the second opening 124b of the adapter piece main body 120 are surrounded by the shielding member 140. In this state, the other end 126 and the second opening 124b of the adapter piece main body 120 are shielded from the outside, and the other end 126 and the second opening 124b of the adapter piece main body 120 are damaged or foreign matter adheres. It is prevented.
As shown in FIG. 2, the appearance of the adapter piece 110 is substantially the same as the appearance of a mouthpiece by a person. Thereby, when the robot 10 is detaching the adapter piece 110 from the mouth portion 12a, the appearance of the wind instrument 100 is substantially the same as that of a wind instrument for human performance.
The urging member 150 urges the shielding member 140 toward the first position (the position shown in FIG. 1), that is, toward the position surrounding the other end 126 of the adapter piece main body 120 and the second opening 124b. ing. Thereby, for example, when the robot 10 moves the wind instrument 100, the position of the shielding member 140 is maintained at the first position. For example, a spring member can be used as the urging member 150.

As shown in FIG. 3, a sound generator 50 is provided inside the head 12. The sound generation device 50 is fixed to the bracket plate 62 fixed to the head 12 side using a plurality of bolts 60. The sound generating device 50 is disposed at a position facing the mouth portion 12a. The sound generation device 50 mainly includes a frame 52, a vibration member 66 supported by the frame, a vibration device 54 that vibrates the vibration member 66, and a cup member (connection member) 70 fixed to the frame 52. ing. As will be described in detail later, the sound generation device 50 generates sound from a sound generation port 74 a provided in the cup member 70.
The frame 52 includes a substantially disc-shaped bottom plate portion 52a and side walls 52b extending in a cylindrical shape from the periphery of the bottom plate portion 52a. For the frame 52, for example, a metal material or a resin material can be used.
The vibration member 66 is a substantially circular film material having flexibility. A general-purpose membrane film can be used for the vibration member 66. A peripheral edge 66 a of the vibration member 52 is fixed to the inner surface of the side wall 52 b of the frame 52.
The vibration device 54 includes a permanent magnet 56 and a coil 58. The permanent magnet 56 is fixed to the bottom plate portion 52 a of the frame 52. The coil 58 is fixed to the vibration member 66. Both ends of the winding constituting the coil 58 are connected to a current control device (not shown). The current control device supplies the coil 58 with a current that fluctuates at a predetermined frequency. When a current having a predetermined frequency is supplied to the coil 58, the magnetic field formed by the permanent magnet 56 and the magnetic field formed by the coil 58 act, and the coil 58 vibrates at the predetermined frequency. When the coil 58 vibrates, the vibrating member 66 to which the coil 58 is fixed also vibrates at substantially the same frequency. When the vibration member 66 vibrates, the air around the vibration member 66 vibrates and generates sound.

The cup member 70 is a substantially circular plate-like member, and includes a through hole 74 provided in the approximate center thereof, and a rim portion 72 extending toward the vibrating member 66 along the through hole 74. Hereinafter, the through hole 74 is referred to as a second through hole 74 and is distinguished from the first through hole 124 of the adapter piece main body 120.
One opening 74a of the second through-hole 74 is the above-described sound generation opening 74a and faces the opening 12a. Hereinafter, the opening 74a is referred to as a third opening 74a. The third opening 74a is provided with a ring-shaped elastic ring 76 having elasticity. The elastic ring 76 can be configured using an elastic material, for example, a rubber material or a resin material. In this embodiment, silicon rubber is employed. As will be described in detail later, the other end 126 of the adapter piece main body 120 is inserted into the elastic ring 76 when the robot 10 carries the adapter piece to the mouth portion 12a.
The cup member 70 is provided with a guide member 80 so as to surround the first opening 74a. The guide member 80 is a ring-shaped member, and a guide hole 82 connected to the third opening 74a is formed. The guide hole 82 is reduced in diameter from the mouth 12a side to the third opening 74a side. The guide member 80 guides the other end 126 to the third opening 74a when the other end 126 of the adapter piece main body 120 is inserted into the mouth 12a.

The other opening 74 c of the second through hole 74 is covered with the vibration member 66. Hereinafter, the opening 74c is referred to as a fourth opening 74c. An end surface of the rim portion 72 surrounding the fourth opening 74 c is in contact with the vibration member 66. A spacer ring 90 is attached to the end surface of the rim portion 72. The spacer ring 90 adjusts the position of the end surface of the rim portion 72 (specifically, the end surface of the spacer ring 90). By changing the thickness of the spacer ring 90, the degree of contact with the vibration member 66 can be adjusted. Since the cup member 70 is fixed to the frame 52, the contact state between the rim portion 72 and the vibration member 66 once adjusted does not change even when the robot 10 is operated.
In the second through hole 74, a cup portion 74b whose inner diameter is continuously enlarged is formed from the third opening portion 74a to the fourth opening portion 74c. The diameter of the second through hole 74 is the smallest at the third opening 74a. The shape of the cup portion 74b is formed to imitate the cup portion of a mouthpiece for human performance. In addition, various shapes (for example, U cup type and V cup type) can be adopted for the shape of the cup part 74b, like a mouthpiece for performance by a person.
The cup member 70 is provided with an introduction port 78 for introducing compressed air. By introducing the compressed air from the introduction port 78, the vibration of the vibration member 66 is promoted. Thereby, a loud sound can be generated by the sound generator 50.

FIG. 4 shows a state in which the robot 10 moves the wind instrument 100 by the arm portions 14 and 16 and carries the adapter piece 110 to the mouth portion 12a. As shown in FIG. 4, when the robot 10 carries the adapter piece 110 to the mouth portion 12a, the other end 124 of the adapter piece main body 120 is inserted into the mouth portion 12a. The size of the opening 12a is such that the other end 124 of the adapter piece main body 120 can be inserted and the shielding member 140 cannot be inserted. At this time, the shielding member 140 of the adapter piece 110 interferes with the head 12 of the robot 10 and moves to the second position where the other end 124 of the adapter piece main body 120 is exposed. In this state, the mouth 12a of the robot 10 is shielded by the shielding member 140, and foreign matter can be prevented from entering the head 12 from the mouth 12a. In terms of appearance, the robot 10 seems to be playing by pressing a mouthpiece for performance by a person against the mouth 12a, so that the person who appreciates the performance does not feel uncomfortable.
In addition, since the mouth part 12a is formed small according to the diameter of the adapter piece main body 120, even when the robot 10 is moving the adapter piece 110 away from the mouth part 12a, foreign matter enters the head 12 from the mouth part 12a. Is relatively prevented from entering. In terms of appearance, since the mouth 12a only needs to be opened small, the design of the robot 10 is not impaired, and the person who appreciates the performance does not feel uncomfortable.
The other end 124 of the adapter piece main body 120 inserted into the mouth portion 12 a is guided by the guide member 80 and inserted into the elastic ring 76 provided in the cup member 70. Thereby, the adapter piece main body 120 is connected to the cup member 70. That is, the other end 124 of the adapter piece main body 120 and the elastic ring 76 on the cup member 70 side constitute a connection mechanism that connects the adapter piece main body 120 and the cup member 70. When the adapter piece main body 120 is connected to the cup member 70, the second opening 124b of the first through hole 124 of the adapter piece main body 120 and the third opening 74a of the second through hole 74 of the cup member 70 are connected. Is done. Since the elastic ring 76 is interposed between the second opening 124b and the third opening 74a, for example, even when the adapter piece main body 120 is tilted, the airtightness between the openings 124b and 74a is secured. The
The first through hole 124 and the second through hole 74 are connected to each other in the second opening 124 b having the smallest diameter in the first through hole 124 and the third opening 74 a having the smallest diameter in the second through hole 74. Done. Thereby, for example, even when the adapter piece main body 120 is inclined, a gap generated between the second opening 124b and the third opening 74a is small, and the airtightness between the openings 124b and 74a is prevented from being impaired. The
As shown in FIG. 4, the first through hole 124 of the adapter piece main body 120 and the second through hole 74 of the cup member 70 are connected to each other to form substantially the same through hole as a human mouthpiece. . That is, a so-called back bore portion, bore portion, throat portion, and cup portion are configured from the first opening 124a side. And the connection position of the 2nd opening part 124b and the 3rd opening part 74a respond | corresponds to the throat part where the internal diameter becomes the smallest in a mouthpiece.

  In the state shown in FIG. 4, the robot 10 plays the wind instrument 100 by instructing the sound generator 50 to vibrate the vibration member 66. Although not described here, at the same time, the robot 10 operates the piston of the wind instrument 100. Air vibration (that is, sound) by the vibration member 66 propagates to the wind instrument main body 106 through the second through hole 74 of the cup member 70 and the first through hole 124 of the adapter piece main body 120. The air vibration (that is, sound) propagated to the wind instrument main body 106 is amplified in the wind instrument main body 106 and emitted to the outside. As a result, a suitable tone color is generated from the wind instrument 100.

As described above, the robot 10 according to the embodiment correctly connects the wind instrument 100 to the vibration member 66 by connecting the wind instrument 100 on which the adapter piece 110 is mounted in advance to the cup member 70 of the sound generator 50. be able to. The operation of connecting the adapter piece 110 to the cup member 70 is easier than the operation of attaching a mouthpiece or the like to the wind instrument main body 106 or the operation of positioning the mouthpiece of the wind instrument relative to the vibration member 66. The configuration for connecting the adapter piece 110 to the cup member 70 can be appropriately selected without being affected by the configuration of the wind instrument body 106, the configuration of the vibration member 66, and the like.
When the robot 10 detaches the adapter piece 110 from the mouth portion 12a, the urging force of the urging member 150 moves the shielding member 140 to a position (first position) surrounding the other end 126 of the adapter piece main body 120. As a result, the other end 126 and the second opening 124b of the adapter piece main body 120 are shielded from the outside, and the other end 126 and the second opening 124b are prevented from being damaged and foreign matters attached. . Connection failure between the adapter piece 110 and the cup member 70 is prevented.
As shown in FIGS. 1 (a) and 1 (b), the robot 10 of this embodiment has a posture in which the adapter piece 110 of the wind instrument 100 is detached from the mouth portion 12a and a posture in which the adapter piece 110 is carried to the mouth portion 12a. Even when it is repeated, the sound generator 50 and the wind instrument 100 can be correctly connected to generate a suitable timbre from the wind instrument 100.

  In a normal wind instrument, the diameter of the mouthpiece mounting portion (mouse pipe) of the wind instrument main body 106 differs depending on the type of wind instrument, the manufacturer of the wind instrument, and the like. Therefore, in the robot 10 described above, a plurality of adapter pieces 110 having different diameters at one end 122 of the adapter piece main body 120 may be prepared. Accordingly, by mounting adapter pieces corresponding to each wind instrument, various types of wind instruments and wind instruments from various manufacturers can be played one after another without troublesome setup change work.

Specific examples of the present invention have been described in detail above, but these are merely examples and do not limit the scope of the claims. The technology described in the claims includes various modifications and changes of the specific examples illustrated above.
In the above-described embodiment, the example in which the robot uses the performance device including the adapter piece and the sounding device has been described. However, the technique of the above-described embodiment is also effective when a person attaches a wind instrument to the performance device. For example, even if the sounding device is attached to a place where the hand cannot be reached (cannot be reached) or the wind instrument body is large, if the adapter piece (attachment member) is attached to the wind instrument body, the adapter piece and the cup member ( Since the connecting member) can be easily connected, the performance device can be easily attached to the wind instrument.
The technical elements described in this specification or the drawings exhibit technical usefulness alone or in various combinations, and are not limited to the combinations described in the claims at the time of filing. In addition, the technology exemplified in this specification or the drawings achieves a plurality of objects at the same time, and has technical utility by achieving one of the objects.

The figure which shows the external appearance of a robot. The figure which shows the structure of a sounding device. The figure which shows the structure of an adapter piece. The figure which shows the state with which the adapter piece and the sounding device were connected.

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10: Robot 12: Head 12a: Mouth 14: Left arm 16: Right arm 50: Sound generator 54: Vibration device 66: Vibration member 70: Cup member (connection member)
74: 2nd through-hole 74a: 3rd opening part 74b of 2nd through-hole 74b: 4th opening part 80 of 2nd through-hole 80: Guide member 100: Wind instrument 106: Wind instrument main body 110: Adapter piece 120: Adapter piece main body 122: One end 124 of the adapter piece main body: the first through hole 124a: the first opening 124b of the first through hole: the second opening 126 of the first through hole: the other end 140 of the adapter piece main body 140: the shielding member 150: the biasing member

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  1. A wind instrument playing device for mounting a wind instrument and playing the wind instrument,
    A mounting member to be mounted on the wind instrument, and a sound generation unit that generates sound from the sound output by vibrating the diaphragm,
    The mounting member is provided with a through hole, and one end of the through hole is connected to the wind outlet of the wind instrument when the wind instrument is mounted, and the other end of the through hole can be fixed in contact with the sound output of the sound generator. And
    The wind instrument playing device according to claim 1, wherein the wind port portion is electrically connected to the sound output port of the sound generation unit through the through hole of the mounting member.
  2. A shielding member provided on the mounting member;
    The shield member is movable between a first position that shields the other end of the through hole of the mounting member and an exposed second position, and is biased toward the first position. The wind instrument playing apparatus according to claim 1.
  3.   The wind instrument playing device according to claim 1 or 2, wherein the other end of the through hole of the mounting member and the sound generating port of the sound generating part are in contact with each other via an elastic member.
  4. A performance adapter that is attached to a wind instrument and used to attach the wind instrument to a performance device that plays the wind instrument,
    A mounting member mounted on the wind instrument, and a shielding member provided on the mounting member;
    The mounting member is provided with a through hole, and one end of the through hole is connected to the wind outlet of the wind instrument when the wind instrument is mounted, and the other end of the through hole is in contact with the sound output port that the performance device produces. Can be fixed,
    The shield member is movable between a first position that shields the other end of the through hole of the mounting member and an exposed second position, and is biased toward the first position. An adapter for performance.
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