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Twisterium says

Well, sounds nice! :) What’s next?

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bosone says

I am working with a mandolin! :)

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bosone says

i’m continuing the serie… I have just uploaded a new “happy clappy” track with mallets featuring a mandolin as the main instrument. just wait for 12-13 days to listen to it! :)

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bosone says

just published the new track with a mandolin! :) find it in my portfolio… ;)

next one will require some time to arrange and i’m very busy at the momoent… but it will titled “this is not an ukulele” – will sound like an ukuele but i have no ukuleles at home (and no, i will not use a capo on a guitar)... :)

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bosone says

a new track in my serie “This is not an ukulele” sounds similar to an ukulele but in fact is a small chinese lute bought in shanghai several years ago… (yes, there are mallets!)

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/BLdT9kYCYAA6kJy.jpg

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Dockelektro says

I personally like your balalaika tracks not only because they sound different, but because the arrangement and chord progression is different. It’s getting difficult to tell the difference among all those ukelele tracks. Good work!

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bosone says

thanks a lot! :) indeed, the motivation to use those instrument was exaclty the one you told… create some “different” but still with the “happy mood” characteristics of the ukulele tracks!

thanks again for listeining!

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Kurlykovs says

Hey man. May I ask you what mic have you used to record it? :)

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bosone says

hi! I have used a Neumann tlm 102 coupled with a focusrite ISA one… is it a good recording according to you!?

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Kurlykovs says

Yeah I like it. It sounds good, I have two balalaikas my self but they are just not with me at the moment (I move around a little bit too much) :) and it looks like you’ve put a lot of $$$$ in to the mic and pre amp. :D

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