Assignment Solver: The Tone Holes were not exactly in the right spots. I could tell because a scale was not played when you were uncovering the holes. I read this in a book by someone who makes various instruments. For a 6-hole pennywhistle (it seemed like you were making one). Each hole has a percentage with the cutting edge being 0% and the end of the flute being 100%. Tone Hole 1: 83%. Tone Hold 2: 73%. Tone hole 3: 68%. Tone Hold 4: 58%. Tone Hole 5: 50% Tone Hole 6: 43%. That will give you a standard major scale.
john mcaree: how do you tune it?
jaylinares04: JEPLANS you really know how to plan things like this.
Bojan Trajkovski: nice😁
Евгений Черных: where you can take drawings flute?
Miguel Fêo e Torres: Why do you leave that little "blockage" there when you are cutting if you just destroy it afterwards (the one that you destroy at 5:19) I´m genuinely curious, why do you do that?
Lisa: poor ode to joy...
Nathaniel Kencke: It's out of tune.
Daniel “Salty” Thompson: Wit a slight modification and a straw thatd be an awesom bagpipe practice chanter
mimo semsem: i want to make the small Wooden Whistle where it's video
McDucky: 1flute noun \ˈflüt\ : a musical instrument that is shaped like a thin pipe and that is played by blowing across a hole near one end
Jacopo Saporetti: is the first time I see a non cylindrical bore for a flute
andris winoto: becareful with your fingers
Cilene Silva: Wooden recorders were originally call flutes weren't they
zzausel: Making-of could be optimized easily a lot by using common toools. Then, why did you refuse so tell anything about distances of wholes and tuning at least?
supernovek1tty: Thats a recorder not a flute
Lily Gerbitz: That is a wooden RECORDER!!!!! Not a flute MADGER differents
nathan russell: Not a flute.
Flutes have plenty more BUTTONS.
Thats a recorder.
Without enough holes