Mmmm, who do we know that's guilty of these things Brother Goujon Cluckentin??
I’m looking for any information on this awesome instrument. There is limited info through a google search. I want to make one since it looks like there aren’t any for sale unless they are antiques. Anyone on this sub have any info??
Do you guys know any chords/sheets to play any kimi no na wa songs. Thanks in advance
At 1:45, just after the “RiPpiNG aT thE SEAAmmmmS” bit.
I’ve heard it before in Japanese music and can’t, for the life of me, figure out what it is. It sounds like a percussion instrument, some kind of bell? Kind of like a glockenspiel but also.....not like a glockenspiel.
Anyway. I‘ve always loved this sound and have no idea what makes it.
That first series was fab
I have a Roland 17KV which I've been loving so far. I study a lot of Rush songs, which naturally make a lot of use of a lot of glock/cowbell stuff. I'd also like to be able to incorporate new sounds into my solos as well.
I've done research and found really cool stuff like the https://www.sweetwater.com/store/detail/malletKAT2S--kat-percussion-malletkat-express-with-sounds; however, this seems way overboard in terms of size, functionality, and price for what I'm looking for. All I need is something that has at least 6-8 pads than I can trigger and allows for customizable sounds, anything else on top of that is a bonus.
Is what I am looking for something that exists? Appreciate the help!
male vocalist, possibly released in the 2000s/2010s. starts off slow with some strings and you'd think it'd be a slow ballad but it isn't. . song has lyrics "I had/have a dream..." in it and also has some glockenspiels in it.
note: it's not Westlife's I have a dream
update: it's been solved! it was actually Dreaming by Mayer Hawthorne
Hope you enjoy the latest addition to my tracks out of The Real Book. This gem is called I Could Write a Book by Rodgers/Hard... the full song is available on Soundcloud, let me know if you want the link...
Hope you like it - Glocktastic
I'm social distancing and saving up to buy a vibraphone, so I thought I would share this video of me playing bells. I'm new to keyboard percussion, so easy on me and stay safe! https://youtu.be/xGZgjc6cmvc
Hi! This song has been stucked in my head since my father passed away four years ago and I want to find it but it's really hard because I only remember a little fragment of it. This is all the info I can say:
Thanks for all in advance and have a nice day!
P.D: Sorry for my english, is not my mother tongue.
Hi. I sampled every note of a glockenspiel going through a pitch pedal (down an octave) which gave it this really round, warbly tone.
I put the samples into Ableton, Kontakt and OP-1 patches and put them on Bandcamp for FREE (or pay what you like, if you really like them and want me to make more in the future).
Here is a video about it:
If they help you out in a project somewhere, let me know. I’d love to see where the sounds travel to.
Best wishes from our little studio in Japan,
Shawn / Lullatone
I also play guitar, bass and uke if you need that aswell
they were relatively older adults, and some of them played really really well
Hey guys! I'll be playing a rock gnome bard by the name of Gigget Glockenspiel. Known by his closer friends as Giggie Smalls, Gigget is the small man with the big plan. That plan is simple, search the world in hopes of inspiration to craft new exotic ways to make music.
His current project, which he names 'The Glock' is a mixture of several smaller instruments such as simple drums, a banjo, and of course...
With this first tinkerers project under his belt, the G man is ready to go to the ends of the world to see what might inspire him next, and maybe make a few friends along the way to
torture serenade with his musical prowess.
Player name is Nick and I look forward to playing with everyone!
Here is the inspiration for Gigget's instrument in case anyone was curious:
https://www.pinterest.com/pin/44895327507228265/?%24ios_deeplink_path=pinterest%3A%2F%2Fpin%2F44895327507228265&%24android_deeplink_path=pinterest%3A%2F%2Fpin%2F44895327507228265&_client... keep reading on reddit ➡
I have an old set of practice orchestra bells that I'd like to let my 2 year old play with. And maybe pick up again myself. The problem is it the sound is quite piercing, especially while my toddler is still learning to be gentle. I'm looking for mallets that are quiet, durable, but don't have to be of high quality. Any suggestions?
TL;DR: I went to a band fundraiser and forgot my glockenspiel in the trunk of a rental car after a fight with my dad. The car was returned with the bells still in it and I didn't notice until today. Now I'm facing the punishment of being grounded and having to buy a new one.
So my mom's car was hit in a parking lot and had to go in for repairs. My parents got a rental car temporarily and sent me to a band fundraiser which I couldn't play at (just had appendicitis and knew the drumline part but couldn't carry a drum and didn't know my new pit part yet. School said don't go if you can't play, so after a fight with my dad, I brought the bells as a decoration and did all the talking. Afterwards when my dad picked me up we put it in the trunk and went home. He started teasing me and we both got in a fight and stormed into the house when we got home. Next day the car was returned and I realized when I needed to practice that the bells and stand (which I also use for concert snare) were stil... keep reading on reddit ➡
Needing a quieter, less bright and shrill sound.