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  1. Check this out - it works in the Orchestral Tools Sine Player which is a bit quirky but has some great free libraries - this one is only 2 euro - I've got it - it's been a while since I tried it but I seem to recall that it is pretty good for the price!
  2. This is the one I was thinking of https://www.bestservice.com/try-sound.html
  3. If it is the same one I am thinking of it was (I think) called TryAudio (or similar) Had a lot of EastWest libraries - I might be thinking of something totally different of course!
  4. My favourite weekend of the year is the one we spend at Musicport Festival, Whitby, England. A wide range of music from across the world and a wonderful atmosphere. They cannot book as many artists based outside the UK now as they once did as our xenophobic government has increased visa charges for bands and there are now the obstacles of the Brexit debacle. Fortunately there are a good many artists based in the UK who perform music from their cultural heritage so we still get lots of variety. Highly recommended!
  5. Just watched the video and smiled ironically (is that possible 😉 ) when I saw it was the NI Yangqin - despite my comment above I agree that it is an inspirational instrument. I imagine you are very red in the face playing the duduk. I've been very tempted by Tarrilonte's Desert Winds - I've not yet heard anything better but have never yet been able to justify the price to myself as I spend so little time composing Great advice and inspiration in the video. One day I may get my fusion of English Morris Dance Music and Algerian Rai off the ground but it may be a while. Seriously I need to look at the issues around cultural appropriation and see how that may affect future development. Any thoughts?
  6. I'm a huge fan of music from across the world - though I struggle a bit with music from east Asia and Japan - the scales just don't work for me. Particularly love Eastern European, African (most of it), Scandinavian, Iberian, Middle Eastern and British & Irish folk music. Oh and I love the duduk! Looking forward to watching the video 🙂
  7. I remember seeing them over here in the UK and was sorely tempted! I settled for my Wasp, several Casio keyboards and a Yamaha monophonic synth which I think may have been quite similar - it was a very long time ago. I then progressed to the Yamaha CX5M music computer which I still have but no idea if it works or not
  8. Any interesting / worthwhile instruments?
  9. JoeGBradford

    Windows 11

    See @Noel Borthwick's helpful post here -
  10. JoeGBradford

    Out again!

    Have a safe trip. Look forward to your return
  11. Watched the launch this afternoon - certainly sounds interesting as a confirmed folky!
  12. Another excellent video Mike! @Creative Sauce
  13. Least I can do in thanks to you, Robert, and the others mentioned!
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