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Recording Bagpipes


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).


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.

any tips?



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