Flutes .... Whistles .... Uilleann Pipes ... Even A Violin/Fiddle

Orson

Member
A long shot but does anyone play the above instruments well on Home Recordings?

Interested in old Irish traditional music. Not fiddlydee stuff.

Cheers
 

keith.rogers

Bobby'); DROP TABLE USER
I gave up on the fiddle about 10 years ago but have recorded our son a bit. The flute whistle topic has come up here before. I think having a good enough space to allow some distance from the instrument helps, along with micing to take advantage of where the sound is actually coming from. SDC is what I use with the violin.

Oops - Never mind!
 
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Orson

Member
Sorry Keith I gave the wrong impression. I want somebody who plays such. I may want them to do some music for me if all ok.
 

gecko zzed

Grumpy Mod
A long shot but does anyone play the above instruments well on Home Recordings?

Interested in old Irish traditional music. Not fiddlydee stuff.

Cheers
Old Irish traditional is often referred to as fiddlydee. So maybe you can give an example of what you have in mind. Jigs and reeels, or something else?

I may be able to call on a whistle player.
 

Orson

Member
Slow stuff Gecko. Single instrument oldies tracks like ..... 'she moved through the fair'............. slow haunting stuff ............ definitely not any fiddly dee.
 

gecko zzed

Grumpy Mod
Slow stuff Gecko. Single instrument oldies tracks like ..... 'she moved through the fair'............. slow haunting stuff ............ definitely not any fiddly dee.
Rightio.

I can ask the whistle player if she would be o to do it. Do you have a melody line or something to play along to?
 
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