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 Post subject: a bit off-topic, recording making
PostPosted: 13 Nov 2014, 03:29 

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As I was suffering through tonight's international news, I turned to another desk and started drilling fingerholes for another test to produce recorder fingering on a PVC tube (cylindrical tube). As the years have passed and numerous unsuccessful trials made, tonight's test was quite positive.

This alto has single holes for the lowest two notes. As I have just cleaned the tube and played it for a few moments, I have noticed this test will not play all the various fingerings for all the notes--trills are workable and for a simple PVC test, the flute is acceptable! Can't wait until I try a tenor in C.

for those laughing at this point, yes, an inserted "adjustment" was used for tuning the octaves. Two octaves can be played the last note is a bit harsh, but that can be fixed on another trial.

a fun and good night!!

Andy


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