The articulation work is a technique passed down from Buddhism that has been handed down to the present day.
It is also a process of repeating the process of hitting and listening to the sound to derive a harmonious sound.
Since the kogo is both a Sanskrit instrument and a musical instrument, it is not completed until after the shape is formed, the final stage is the articulation.
Therefore, no matter how good the shape of the Orin is, if the articulation is not correct, it will not work as a Orin (instrument).
In addition, there are three sounds in the craftsman's language, "ko, otsu, and mon".
The ``Kan'' sound is the ``Ka-N'' sound that is produced at the moment the ko is struck.
The sound of "Otsu" is a mid-range sound that sounds like "Wa-n-wa-n".
The sound of "mon" is the sound of "mo~~~n-mo~~~n" that continues until the end.
There are three sounds in each of the Orin, each with a different wavelength (undulation). First, adjust the sound of "ko", then adjust the sound of "otsu" so that the rhythm of "ko" does not go out of order. , Finally, adjust the sound of "Ki" so as not to change the rhythm of both "Ko" and "Otsu".