Wind players have long bemoaned the lack of a high-quality wind instrument controller. Now, music technology start-up Aodyo could have the answer. Their Sylphyo controller lets wind pass all the way through, like an actual wind instrument, rather than working on pressure only, like some more established wind controllers. This, claim Aodyo, makes for a more natural playing experience. It is also designed to use standard flute/recorder fingerings, and also has an inertial sensor that can be mapped to parameters such as brightness.