I am a new member to this forum. Thank you for being here. :)
I am a member of a bagpipe band near Philadelphia PA. I have played the pipes for 40+ years. We are working on a CD. I read a post about a single piper trying to record music. You were all so helpful I figured I might try. I will gladly include your credits in the final product if you like.
Looking for someone to record two bagpipe phrases for a song of mine.
I just read a thread about bagpipe recording so maybe this is the right place to look, as I don't know anyone who plays or even have one.
In exchange I can mix, compose, track guitars, bass, keys, etc for you. if anything fails, i'm willing to pay for your service
I'm new to the forum, and relatively new to the recording side of music. I came to it via recording the band I play in in my basement, as a lot of people have. One of my first paid gigs will be an interesting one - a local bagpipe band has asked me to record a solo piper. They're going to use the recording mainly for practice purposes so I might be overthinking this, but I'd like to deliver something that sounds as good as possible (all joking about bagpipes aside).
Anyone having experience Micing a bagpipe? I want to get a bagpipe in to do some sampling but it is a new adventure. Ideas, tips or tricks?
so tonight I am recording some. never have before, but I do know thy are laugh as f**k and have a very distinctive low end hum to them.
I have a fairly long live room, with high walls.
I also have an iso booth thats around 8x10x8.