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  1. A Pirastro Oliv D string (metal wrapped gut) in excellent condition, only on a few days. Contrary to expectations it is not overly thumpy, just nice and full sounding. But I'm going back to steels. PM as I may not see replies here automatically.
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  4. Anybody in London use a contact mic (Ischell or similar)? I’d love to pop over and test one before shelling out. Cheers!
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  7. PS - anyone wanting to guarantee a timely reply do PM me. Don’t check on here that often. Cheers
  8. yes they’re designed for it specifically. They work on 3/4s too where they have a slightly lower tension alternative to 3/4 weichs, whereas on a 4/4 they’ll be at their design tension (which is still weich, but a bit less floppy). Id love to trt them on a 4/4 if I had one 😄
  9. an absolute gem. when I walk into his shop I suddenly feel like I'm in rural france with all the time in the world. an amazing guy who does amazing work!
  10. Just a few days old, save a packet.👍 4/4 Spirocore Weich Full Set.
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  12. there are other tutorials for other softwares, and all the softwares are pretty similar in principle. I have a technical background but to be honest once the router setup was done, and some basic terminal knowledge is there, I found that all the audio routing stuff was only as difficult as e.g. learning how to use Logic and route things to your audio interface in the right way. Once you grasp what the inputs and outputs in Jack are and where signals are going, it becomes clear. I'll be keeping up with this field a bit in a sort of journalistic capacity, and will soon have an article on the ISM site where I interview a few of the software developers involved. Keep an eye out and I'll try to remember to post an update here too.
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