Our different rosin blends offer you a precise way to enhance the sound of your instrument. By choosing our Supple or Crisp recipes, or even a Bespoke blend, you can optimise the brightness, clarity, warmth and richness of your sound, and vary the strength of initial attack on the string.
We can create recipes to suit varying playing contexts or repertoire, such as when playing as a concerto soloist, in chamber music or in an orchestra.
Your bespoke rosin will generally last 2-5 years with intensive use.
A warm and softer sound, consistent traction that feels velvety and rich; this recipe maintains a reliably sharp attack on the string.
The supple blend generates a more powerful and focused sound from a softer and lighter bow with less ‘bite’. Supple also enhances the sounds of a deep / warm sounding instrument by making it sound more resonant. Supple can also ‘soften’ an instrument which is too loud, bright or one-dimensional in sound.
What Our Customers Think
"It has more depth, integrity, more sonorous, more body."
"Gentle. Entices me to play more Mozarty!"
"It feels smoother than my original rosin. Subtle. I like it a lot."
"It's good for sustained long bows…nice for soft playing"
"Warm, yet clear! Much easier to control tone and dynamics!"
"Gives the softer and lighter bow more articulation and focus!"
A decisive attack, firm traction and crisp sautille; this recipe creates an undeniably forthright sound through a glassier texture.
The crisp blend works well with an instrument with lots of resonance but is a little ‘woolly’ in sound, offering it greater clarity and articulation. Crisp also assists bows or techniques that struggle to achieve a clear and articulate spiccato or sautille. Crisp can also assist small student or cheap instruments, by enhancing their sound to be brighter and sometimes louder; and beginning students find it easier to articulate with crisp.
What Our Customers Think
"A big sound compared to other rosins…more dramatic…that’s your Carmen fantasy rosin!"
"It's giving my violin more sound. Quite attacky, plenty of crispness, very good grip!"
"It grips the string better! I didn’t have to have so much control over the bow"
"It has more of a glassy texture, a gutsy sound. There's more control with this one"
"It has a very different connection to the string than the usual rosin. Velvety, gliding, but clearly connecting. It’s smooth across string, there's no feeling of 'pot holes' or grittiness.” – violist
Personally customised blends:
Have a personally customised rosin recipe made for you to suit your exacting needs. We can further customise your recipe by changing the strength of initial attack, the heaviness of the texture and the level of brightness and warmth. We can also make recipes specific to unusual instrument such as electric and folk instruments.
75% crisp - "This bespoke recipe is the perfect blend for the soloist. It focuses on power, projection and clarity, with a slightly thicker texture that will highlight warm resonances."
75% supple - "If you love the warmth and depth of the supple blend, this recipe gives you added clarity and bite to the thicker texture
5050 - "A perfect mix of both supple and crisp recipes, this rosin recipe will have a balanced texture and sound palette"
What Our Customers Think
"My personalised bespoke recipe supports the sound of my instrument so I can express my own sound even better, and feel more comfortable playing in all conditions."
"My bespoke blend gives me the confidence to forgo utilitarian mechanics and focus on the musicmaking at hand."
"The increase of volume, combined with the velvet smooth elasticity is something I never experienced before - just incredible."
Choose from our selection of Australian-sourced craft timbers. These timbers are ethically farmed and harvested, and showcase the most exciting grain patterns, figures and colours. With timbers such as Huon Pine, Blackheart Sassafras, Tasmanian Myrtle and Rosewood, you can enjoy the the most unique rosin you will ever have!
Our Premium Australian Leather is sustainably and ethically sourced from Australian farms. This leather is soft and beautiful, with have natural marks and blemishes that mean each small rosin wrap carries its own unique pattern and markings. We also welcome the views of those who don't want to use animal products, and offer a linen rosin bag as an alternative.
I tried many rosins over the years but thought Leatherwood rosin was too expensive .After much frustration with other rosin I decided to finally buy the duo pack and from the moment I applied the rosin to the bow and played I was amazed at how good it felt and sounded. The only trouble is I couldn't decide which I prefered the supple or crisp! I use the supple mainly but like the crisp also. Tony
My daughter is enjoy with this rosin. It’s help to made the sound beautiful. Love it very much.
Bad. Recived in melted but already hard condition. The leather package doesn't provide enough safety for the rosin, not just heat, but also air comes to rosin, witch makes it much shorter lifetime for user.
The rosin is terrific, but I would prefer a round cake instead of the slim rosin encased in wood which I find difficult to apply
Very happy with both types