Andrew Baker, founder of Leatherwood Bespoke Rosin in New South Wales, Australia, tailor-makes rosin to the specific needs of a string player.
D'Addario's Rosin Guard will absorb any shocks while allowing the player to rosin a bow like normal, without releasing the cake.
Leatherwood Bespoke has developed what it is calling ecoRosin—a vegan, environmentally friendly rosin with recipes for violin, viola, and cello.
What is rosin? Why is rosin important for a stringed instrument? Here's the answers, plus how to choose the right rosin for your stringed instruments.
Could any violinist rosin up with raw pine sap? What is rosin, anyway? Here's a look at how rosin is made and why it's essential for string players.