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    imitating Bill McBirnie

    Hello everybody.
    This post is inspired by Dan Kury's abilities to mimic anything hi wants
    I remember those recordings very well.

    SWAM Flute and a breath controller were used in this excerpt:
    https://soundcloud.com/sfiks/imitating-bill-mcbirnie

    Original is here:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=48OQ1us3KWk

    Thank you for listening!
    Last edited by sfiks; 10-20-2017 at 06:38 PM. Reason: URL change
    sfiks

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    Re: imitating Bill McBirnie

    as a good Indian friend of mine would say....
    weddy goot!
    weddy goot!

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    Re: imitating Bill McBirnie

    Quote Originally Posted by DPDAN View Post
    as a good Indian friend of mine would say....
    weddy goot!
    weddy goot!
    I knew you would appreciate the effort
    Thank you for finding time to listen!
    sfiks

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    Re: imitating Bill McBirnie

    a pleasure

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    Well, I'm an official demo maker of SampleModeling, and I can't say anything else than: WOW!

    Such a detailed work! Very professional.

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    Re: imitating Bill McBirnie

    Glad you like it, Fabio!
    Quote Originally Posted by Fabio View Post
    Well, I'm an official demo maker of SampleModeling, and I can't say anything else than: WOW!

    Such a detailed work! Very professional.
    I'm a big fan of their instruments. This is just for you
    https://vimeo.com/147644278
    sfiks

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    Thumbs up Re: imitating Bill McBirnie

    Quote Originally Posted by sfiks View Post
    Glad you like it, Fabio!


    I'm a big fan of their instruments. This is just for you
    thanks, appreciated...

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    Re: imitating Bill McBirnie

    Ah yes, "Willow Weep For Me," the haunting folk hit for Chad And Jeremy. A bit more laid back than their rather jaunty treatment, and quite a bit more jazzy, but a pleasure to listen to nonetheless!

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