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PostPosted: 27.04.2007, 02:00 
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Ok, I'm taking the initiative!

Let's have this thread set as a sticky, and post all sound clips here.

Here's a little rock n' roll style on my Mirarra F#/G. It's a little blunt and requires a precise lip- which I need to develop.

Enjoy!


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PostPosted: 27.04.2007, 07:21 
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Hey dude,

Sounds good. Not as precise as your WAL style playing but getting there. I would suggest you loosen up a bit if you know what I mean and let the tongue movements glide into one another a bit more. Think only of what you want to hear produced and let it rip!

Soon we can compare licks in person!

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:tongue1: Man love is one thing but comparing licks is going to just too far :tongue1:

Watch he doesn't show his lip techniques too :evil4:

Nice on Jason, I'll try an post something this afternoon if I've any energy left after practise.

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Yep, this take's a little sloppy and lacking some flow. The smallish mouthpiece makes the response a little blunt- but can really hum :)

Have to keep reminding myself that small motions result in big sound....


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PostPosted: 27.04.2007, 13:23 
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here's a little of my NEAL inspired rocknroll style..
on a small djalu F#sih stick
Did it in a bit of a rush, hope it's intelligible.


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Nice sound, Martin. Just comparing our two tracks, your sound is a bit more 'dryish' which I'm trying to acheive. You've given me something to work on!


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thanks Jason,
Partly the preciseness is probably related to your own comment about tongue movements. Just enough to produce the timbre that you are looking for and precise.
My sound of course is also cleaner as I am trying out my new toy, Rode NT1A condenser mike. Extremely quite.
In the beginning you can hear the metronome click from my headphones....

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Hi there

Exelent sound ! both of you great stick . Martin im listeneing to this beautyfull Djalu and when you start shooting overtone is it on "witj" that you pushing to be an overtone ?

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when you start shooting overtone is it on "witj" that you pushing to be an overtone ?


The 'dith-pop' :)

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Just enough to produce the timbre that you are looking for and precise.


Yep, gotta remember that-- but as Kyle has pointed out, it's so easy to let the rhythm get away from you ;)


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thanks Richard.
it is indeed the dith-pop type sound.
It is a dith movement in which the tongue moves very quickly forwards and
backwards. A bit like a lizard. but with the stopping point (momentarily) on the "th" at the back of the teeth. It is actually quite a light movement.

cheers.
After I have my recordings under control will send more. And maybe even some WAL, but I have to dust off the sticks..

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Hi there

Thanks for the precision Martin :) Sound very smooth ,under control ,not hard .Hope you know what i mean .

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Inspiring stuff from you both, and there's me stuck in the office, messing with invoices, when I just want to pick up a stick and join in :D

It will be interesting to see how Jason gets on, down in Devon next week, with some of the split sticks that Ant makes. High backpressure, small mouthpiece, very poppy. I've been trying to keep away from them this last half year while building up my breathing on the WAL side!

:shock: Thinks....Walk on the WAL side. 8) :oops: :cry:

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Sounds good Martin! Reminds me of some of Jeremy's stuff and I like the dry acoustics and popping toot response.


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thanks mate.
There is probably some inflence from Jeremy there. I mostly listen to trad or Jeremy....
At any rate, now that the recording gear is setup, and the living room changed into recording studio (to looks of chagrin from the wife..) I will put up some more stuff.
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Jeremy's Raw tracks on Transformation did cross my mind, although I havn't listened to anything else he may have produced.
I found it elusive to record a pop that sounds right when played back on the recorder compared to how I hear it while playing.

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