Traditional Irish music on the melodica

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  • #6059
    Daren Banarsë
    Daren Banarsë
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    Thanks Jarrad, I just tried with a tube – yes you can do triple tonguing/triplets!

    #6060

    Jarrad
    Participant

    Hmm, I guess I’ll have to try harder then, haha! Are you blocking the mouthpiece entirely or only semi? I’m somewhat familiar with reed instrument tonguing, do you know if this is a similar process?

    #6061
    Daren Banarsë
    Daren Banarsë
    Keymaster

    No, not blocking the mouthpiece at all. Just making the sound te-ke-te while blowing

    #6069

    Gui Prioli
    Participant

    Thanks a lot for the very clarifying video, Daren. It really seems to be a problem of gapping, but as I have never done it and I’m playing with a borrowed melodica, I think I prefer to take it to someone who already knows how to do it.

    I also wanted to share with you that I recently bought my own P37D Yamaha. I’m loving it, it sounds great and it’s a lot bigger than my friend’s brazilian model. I used a lot of information from this forum to make up my mind on which melodica to buy, so thanks a lot everyone! =D

    #6070

    Melodica-Me
    Participant

    Hello Gui, I would like to know more about the Melodica you have been using, the Soprofon 37 Universal. Can you tell me a little about it. I have seen pictures but do not know what it sounds like. I Know that they are made in Brazil, are they found only in Brazil, I have not seen any other place.

    Melodica-Me
    Monsters of Melodica

    #6127

    Gui Prioli
    Participant

    Hey Melodica-Me!

    Just published some info about the Soprofon 37 Universal: http://www.melodicaworld.com/forums/topic/soprofon-37-universal/

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