What to do if the Air is to Humid for your Violin? | Violin Lounge TV # 239
Ideally the air humidity is between 40 to 60%. When the air is too moist for your violin, this has a negative effect on the sound. It can sound very nasal. Also it can damage the instrument, for example by mold.
The first step is to measure the humidity. That’s why a lot of violin cases have a hygrometer in them. However, some cases don’t have one and some hygrometers don’t work. Click here to buy a separate hygrometer.
To make the air in your room dryer, consider getting a dehumidifier like this one (click here).
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