A Scottish stream meanders and dances down a leafy valley - and pours into a deep dark pool.
@Vlad Josephson: I like to do some trad sounding stuff now and again Vlad - its what Lowdees are built for really =)
@Don Beekeeper: you offering DB?
@The Undone Orchestra: its all in her ladyship...
@RamDam: Cheers Rab - missed your kind comment at the start of the tune - sorry =)
@~Paul Sale: Awesome dude! Job well done with the mixing. It sounds fantastic!
@textosh: just needs you on mouth organ!
@Tom Richardson Goodrich: ah well Tom .... I am already working on the 'more' and will post in due course. Will see if it sounds better or just different. May slow or quicken tempo and ad some more grace notes as scots pipers tend to ...
@Cameron Ohara: Thanks Cameron - I guess that reflects the person I was thinking about when I composed this little ditty.. =)
@Lammbone: Cheers Mark - inspired by the kind of tunes my wee sister used to play when she was earthbound.. She plays a harp or Clarsach now I expect =)
@Yusakri: well... first off, its a Lowden Koa so it sounds gorgeous.
It has a EMG undermounted bridge pickup - assume piezo - with no onboard EQ or volume control, so all tweaks to sound have happened after plugging into DAWs. V studio 20. Trimmed back the bass which is very strong with straight plug in. twin tracked it with track one tweaked for bass and track 2 tweaked for mid and high. Tiny trim of chorus and reverb.
@~Paul Sale: hahahaha!
@~Paul Sale: That do I know? lol (It would still be great to hear a collab with you two, though!!!)
Love the tone of this acoustic. How did you record it? Microphone or electric pickup?
Awesome Paul!! As always!!
Gorgeous sounding melody Paul. Wonderful to listen to. Dig the melodic octave transitions.
@~Paul Sale: oo tricky :)
@luck4ever: your fire is on so early? and it must be so cold Daphne!
@Jonny Cooke: Cheers JC X)
@James Blond: Irish/ Scottish - inspired by a Scottish Lass who played lots of Irish and lived in Chicago... its confused =_
@frac_ture: Cheers Matt! You thinking of a blues version of this then =)
@gedhodge: Cheers Ged. Its kind of a hello to a wee sister - departed 10 years ago - and the kind of lilting tunes that she used to play.
@Seelensack: its such a joy to play - calls to me! Thanks for your kind comment =)
wish you were here, playing at our fire in the backyard :D!
@Jordan Cannady: Cheers Jordan - these burgers and fries.... are they tasty?
@Donron85: he cannae get a flute in Eb silly!
@Donron85: you got the video version? I was going to charge loads of cash for that!
@Jinx Jones: aye, us Scots (that wee born in Zambia) are awfie braw at making Irish guitars sound no bad... hoots man! =)
@Vlad Josephson: Thanks Mr Roo - was inspired by the kind of music my wee sister used to play, and the tune just evolved from thoughts
mmmmmmm, so good
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