Random guitar noodlings that almost became a tune... :-)
@pretzels malone: Thank you listening Andy! And for the kind words. Much appreciated. :-)
@pretzels malone: okay...i read more comments and answered my own question. i love how brash the synth opening is, and then after the pleasant shock the melody is gold.
what is that? it is beautiful.
@KellyAnne: Hi KellyAnne! I thought I had replied to this a few days ago... but then I still can't find my slippers, so maybe not.... Anyway, I'm chuffed you took the time to listen and pass on your appreciation. Hope all is well with you? :-)
@markjbennett: Thanks for kind words again Mark. Hope all is good with you. Got the toboggan out yet up there?
Beautifully evocative. Thanks for sharing Ali. Cheers, mark
Love this section. :)
@Brian Routh: hey thanks Brian! Am planning to follow advice and do a second version with reduced volume on the pipes, when I get a moment. When I do, please let me know if you think it is an improvement or not. Thanks for listening! :-)
love this.....great synth sound!!!
@enlimila: The recording level of course, the instrument is great. I think the distance between the the recording level of he accoustic guitar and the rc. level of this instrument is to large.
@elecdistrict: Hey Peter, thanks for listening and for comments. Do you mean the recording level is too loud for this instrument, or that the instrument itself is too loud or harsh? It is quite a forceful sound I admit. If it's just the recording level you think is too high then I can do something about that (and no, I don't mind you saying so at all - constructive criticism is always welcome!) :-)
Beautiful piece Ali, very nice melody, like it a lot .....but this instrument is a bit to loud to my opinion (hope you don`t mind)
@zacharyfriederich: Only the backing was guitar. The imitation bagpipe sound was a softsynth controlled by keyboard. Glad you liked it! Thanks for listening Zach! :-)
Cool sound! You did that with a guitar?
@Narziss: Hi Sir Les! Thank you so much for listening and your kind words. Hope you are keeping your heads above the snow drifts there? :-)
@squidger: It's a synth version of Uilleann pipes (NI Kontact 4) which I think, as synth versions go, is not a bad likeness to the real thing. Obviously nothing to compare to a real pipe-player like Dave McKeown, but I like the sound. Glad you enjoyed. Thanks for the fave. :-)
@Mister. T: Thank you so much Theo! :-)
@DOGMAN aka DAVID SANDS: haha! Yeah, different isn't it? Hope the headphones weren't turned up too loud... :-) Thanks for listening David! :-)
@squidger: coming from the master of harmonics, that is much appreciated! :-)
@DOGMAN aka DAVID SANDS: It's not actually a painting. It's a slightly processed photo of our deceased cat (taken before he died - we haven't left him stuffed on our windowsill..! ). The papier mache cat and dog next to him were made by Emily Firmin whose father made the Bagpuss and Captain Pugwash animations.
Wow, was not expecting that pitch sound after the harmonics!
Love the painting .. Now for the music!
what is that ? its like a cross organ pipe mix sort of thing, has a really cool folky sound and a very nice melody, you float away rather nicely to this.
:) real nice harmonics ali
That was rather enchanting sir.
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