In this final class in the epic 5 part series Rob wraps up final questions and talks about the last components of putting together an immaculate sounding bagpipe. Check out the conclusion of this highly popular series!
Part two of our Tuning 360 has been another wildly successful class packed with tons of great questions, tips and follow up from last weeks class. Rob covers the need to know tuning and sound setup topics!
What is the secret sauce when it comes to producing a great quality bagpipe? Well, there's more to it than just tuning, or having a good ear, or blowing steady. Tune in! Date of Original Live Class: Monday, June 6th, 2016 at 7:30am Course Name: Technique Development Class Name: Tonal Quality Overview Class Instructor: Andrew
What do you do when the answer is "no" to Dojo U's "4 questions" required for 100% bagpipe efficiency? In this class, Vin dives deep into bagpipe maintenance to move beyond the 4 questions and make sure your answer is always "yes" and you have a 100% efficient bagpipe at all times. Date of Original
In this amazing class we take a look at how to listen to and judge the tonal quality of your bagpipe. Through listening exercises and discussion you'll get a good idea of what to listen to! Date of Original Live Class: Monday, June 6th, 2016 at 12:00pm Course Name: Special Events Class Name: Tonal Quality
In this class, we talk about how to set up the perfect bagpipe learning/practice zone. What are the materials you need to be ultra successful in your practicing? Then, we discuss a workout plan to really skyrocket your development. Will you actually set up your learning zone and implement the plan?
Rob reviewed some of his major trade secrets and tips for setting up and getting a great drone sound. From practicing drone tuning to on the day set up, spare reeds, and a fool proof method for getting the best sound.
In this class we dive deep into the idea that there is a set list of baseline skills we're going to need, before we can master the art of tuning. Do not miss this class if you want to achieve a better bagpipe sound.