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 Post subject: Giorgio Pacchioni's Ocarina Library
PostPosted: 18 Dec 2013, 13:33 

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I've tried numerous times during the past sox months to access this library. Do any of you have the same difficulty?

it can be assured that I am no computer geek, but after all the "submission blanks", visual tests, etc plus passwords, what else is one to do?

Any help would be appreciated.

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 Post subject: Re: Giorgio Pacchioni's Ocarina Library
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Works okay for me now, but it took some doing to get it working in the first place.

It's a truly horrible piece of website design. Worth struggling with though.


http://www.campin.me.uk


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 Post subject: Re: Giorgio Pacchioni's Ocarina Library
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well I have tried and tried and if you Jack seem to have trouble, then I don't and wont have a chance.
Anyway I would like to open the library and also that of Kresimir's, but his file sizes are huge for me to download. (oh shucks, and then there are times for complaints, Nah....only wish for info).

AND BTW, I noticed your comment on the other forum discussing a quiet ocarina. As I am waiting for the last couple of experimental ocarinas to be fired, I searched and found a box full of bamboo tubular flutes in the keys of d (with an extended foot c note) and g (with an extended f note). These flutes are nice and mellow....the main difference between the ocarina and these closed bamboo examples are in the wind channel.

Now, I think I am learning. The last fired batch were of "normal looking" shape and LOUD. way too loud for me to play inside our little home---well I had to find out the whys and why nots of this. I will be trying again to make quieter ocarina...


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