“There are two things every clarinettist would love to have:
The chance to reproduce a reed once you finds one that is really good.
The possibility to experiment with new reed forms and different mouthpieces in a structured way, in order to see what gives you the best results for the individual player.
Those where the reasons why Martin Spangenberg, once solo clarinetist of the Munich Philharmonic and professor of Clarinet in Weimar, engaged in the area of reedmaking – and founded a company together with Alexander Willscher and Hermann Uhl for just this purpose. The three men have already gone some steps towards the goal in the pursue of a perfect reed.” (as seen on www.clarissono.de/CS_Archiv/Publikationen/Publikationen.html)