brian2

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Location: perthshire, scotland
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Gordy
11/05/15 10:09:19AM @gordon-reynolds:

Sure thing Brian.  My email is gordon@hootsmonmusic.com


robinjohnson
11/02/15 08:14:32AM @robinjohnson:

Hello, definitely up for a dulcimer meet in Edinburgh at some point! It's probably easier to get hold of me by email - I'm robindouglasjohnson@gmail.com .

As for recording, I'm no expert, but I use a "bizzy bee" contact mike (about £30, I got mine from Scayles in Edinburgh) and a cheapish guitar amp and connect the phones socket of that to the microphone socket of my laptop. It seems to work, but I do get some annoyances with distortion and the laptop occasionally going deaf that I can't figure out.


Christine Shoemaker
07/26/15 03:25:26PM @christine-shoemaker:

Thanks so much Brian!  


Blue Hand
11/12/14 01:30:02AM @blue-hand:
Hi there! Thanks for adding me. If you mean if i play other instruments the answer is yes. Piano, guitar, prcussion, overtone flute, mouthharp, dulcimr and kantele :-)
Sam Edelston
11/11/14 09:31:30AM @sam-edelston:

Pleased to meet you. Hi from metro-New York!

Sam


Helen Seiler
01/24/13 04:10:27PM @helen-seiler:
Hi Brian. I loved the three tracks you posted. Its great to hear someone getting their own sound from a dulcimer. I would love to hear more. I have been considering changing my first dulcimer (student model by Sweetwoods) over to equidistant spacing. Just for something different. Your sound clips have convinced me to try it. Can I ask what tuning u used for the songs you posted?
Peter Corser
12/23/12 06:42:19AM @peter-corser:

Hi Brian,

Apologies for my tardy response, I can only say in my defence that I've been preoccupied with various things. I'm in Edinburgh quite a lot so it would be good to meet up. There are a couple of other players in Edinburgh who I've neglected of late - I must do better in the new year.

Peter


Karen Keane
12/01/12 11:36:31AM @karen-keane:

Hello and welcome to the site. This is a great place to share ideas and listen to music. I hope you enjoy!


Gordy
12/01/12 05:50:39AM @gordon-reynolds:
Anytime Brian, I'm aways up or a tune, an' the kettle is aye oan.
Marion Seaman
11/30/12 02:01:21AM @marion-seaman:
You'll find both friends and inspiration by the bucketload here brian. WelcomeMarion
John Keane
11/29/12 07:00:57PM @john-keane:

Howdy and welcome to FOTMD!


John Henry
11/29/12 05:12:50PM @john-henry:

Hello brian ! A welcome to you from the UK/European group within FOTMD, glad that you joined us !!!

JohnH


Jim Fawcett
11/29/12 04:09:41PM @jim-fawcett:

Hey Brian, welcome aboard. Glad ya found us.


Benjamin W Barr Jr
11/29/12 03:52:48PM @benjamin-w-barr-jr:

HI Brian, and welcome to the world of the Friends of the Mountain Dulcimer. It's a good place to come, spend some time, learn and exchange ideas about the dulcimer, and to meet some good people. I noticed that you are from the UK and there is a UK group at the top of the page under the heading for groups.

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Rob N Lackey
11/29/12 02:20:39PM @rob-n-lackey:

Welcome, brian, to this little corner of dulcimer heaven. Hope you enjoy it here.

Rob