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  1. Re: Microphone recommends for home studio recording?

    I've only used a Rode NT1000 that I bought around 10 years ago or more and I've used it for acoustic instruments and voice. I've never felt like I needed to buy anything else, although I'm not a pro...
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    Re: Like they don't know me

    Thank you, Rob! Well, about the sound I have to say that, although the mando sounds great by itself indeed, it's recorded through a condenser mic and then equalyzed and compressed -I tried to...
  3. Re: Dominick Leslie guest DJ on WTJU sept 4th

    Thanks, great stuff! By the way, I enrolled on Dominick's lessons starting at the end of september at Plant Seeds Of Music. Can't wait to begin!
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    Re: Like they don't know me

    Thanks, guys! :)
  5. Re: A tune I wrote for octave mandolin - Something Squirrelly

    Very cool, man!
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    Like they don't know me

    Hi everyone,

    I'm sharing a little musical catharsis with you all. I recently went through one of these moments when you feel like you're not in sync with your loved ones. Like they didn't know me...
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    Re: Stolen Mandolin

    You mean the thief called you? Did he want to sell it to you?
  8. Re: An instrumental tune for octave mandolin

    Thank you so much, Mando Bob!

    I have a couple more videos of short tunes I've recently written and posted here on the Cafe. You can check them out on youtube:...
  9. An instrumental tune for octave mandolin

    Hi folks!

    Here's a little composition for octave mandolin that I just recorded with my Weber Bitterroot F4.

    Hope you like it!


    Isaac
  10. Re: Who makes a good inexpensive Octave Mandolin?

    Where do you advertise your instruments, then? I'm very interested in knowing european websites for second hand mandolin family instruments. Thanks!
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    Re: Drunk at the party

    It's called VSDC video editor. It's an amazing free software with a tone of different ways to edit your videos. I think that the deal is that you only pay for technical assistance, if you need it....
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    Re: Drunk at the party

    Thank you, guys!!
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    Drunk at the party

    Hello everyone!

    I just wanted to share with you a jazzy song for two mandolins and fake audience that I've written. It's been a lot of fun!

    Best,

    Isaac
  14. Musica Exercise: From Mandolin Duet to Electric Band

    Hi everyone!

    As has happened to a lot of people, this lockdown has left indefinitely inactive what was supposed to be my new band. And, after the first three or four weeks of trying to write new...
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    Re: Tonegard alternatives

    I hear you! I don't want to steer the threat in the wrong direction, but let me mention that, regarding customs, a couple of minor bad luck experiences in that area include paying almost 100€ for a...
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    Re: Tonegard alternatives

    Being in Spain I'm always kind of scared of purchases in the US because of obvious customs surprises, but I bought two from Elderly Instruments a couple of years ago and they arrived with no problems...
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    Re: Early 1900s mandolins

    Wow, your Gibson Style O is breathtaking!!
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    Re: Early 1900s mandolins

    I think you're totally right: Sounds like an instrument that's been cared for so it's very playable and sounds great, but too many repairs and new hardware for a collector. I think its best part is...
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    Re: Early 1900s mandolins

    Thanks everyone for your replies. Very helpful!

    I have started talking with the owner. He's not in Spain (I am), so I can't assess the instrument's condition myself. Hiring a luthier to do so...
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    Early 1900s mandolins

    Hi everyone,

    For long I have wondered what's the state of intruments built in the early 1900s. Of course, every intrument has a different story and condition, but I'm thinking more about what a...
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    Re: Free PDF's of Technical Exercises

    Wow, thanks a lot! I just downloaded the pdfs and I'm sure they'll be of great help. I'm always eager to find technical resources and these look invaluable!

    Best,

    Isaac
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    Re: buying first mando without playing?

    Hello there. I've had a similar experience about the need to buy without trying the instruments and maybe it could help you. I live in Barcelona, Spain, and the chance to go out and play good...
  23. Re: so cool sounding, Sierra Hull on split tuning

    Ok, my first -maybe last- try was kind of a nightmare :whistling:
  24. Re: so cool sounding, Sierra Hull on split tuning

    Wow! I really need to try this split tuning on my octave, although it looks like I'll have to change the use of the right hand... Luckily, the change of tuning seems to be a quick one...
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    Re: Lightweight Octave Mandolin Cases

    I recently bought an awesome second hand Weber F4 Bitterroot octave and had the same problem with its original hard case. It's sturdy as it can be, but not really practical for taking it outside the...
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