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!
In part three of our very popular trouble shooting series, Rob speaks more about reed manipulation for chanter reeds and drone reed. Fully of plenty of instruction and also very practical questions this
This wonderful class on tuning and troubleshooting sound issues start a little abruptly but get to the heart of tuning issues. Many of the most common issues are presented and answer suggested! A must see if you aren't 100% happy with your sound!
Bruce shares his bagpipe set-up tips and how to make sure your bagpipe is working at its best at all times. Cane drone reeds vs. synthetic? Picking chanter reeds? Hide bags vs. synthetic zip? Bruce covers a range of helpful information! Date of Original Live Class: Wednesday, June 8th, 2016 at 7:00pm Course Name: Special
In this class, we finish off the bagpipe tree of sound by looking at the ins and outs of tuning. Date of Original Live Class: Tuesday, June 7th, 2016 at 7:30am Course Name: Technique Development Class Name: Tuning Overview Class Instructor: Andrew Douglas Access This Class Recording:
Your bagpipes need to working at optimum levels if you want to perform well. Bruce walks through his handy checklist for making sure your bagpipe is in peak form. Working through general maintenance, setting reeds, and other tricks to make sure everything is working well. Great advice from one of the world's experts!
In this class Callum looks at the hazards of tuning up on rough conditions. There's tons of ways that the instrument can change but Callum synthesizes the issues into the basics concepts so you'll learn how to combat any conditions. Is it raining in your practice room? No problem, Callum's got you covered!
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.