This is the first concrete application of Mawip: a guided fingering bassoon. True, it’s acoustic and analog, not an electronic instrument, but rather an instrument with strictly limited electronic components on the keyboard, which do not in any way affect the sound or make the playing easier. It’s a wind instrument with its timeless double reed mouthpiece, its wide range spanning 3 and a half octaves, and its unique timbre, along with all the joys and challenges associated with it. Mawip’s goal is not to make wind instruments all the same or flatten their characteristics but to enhance them, streamline hand positions, and make it easier for multi-instrumentalists to switch between different woodwinds.