This is my "Pucker Up". (Appropriate for Valentine's Day, I suppose.)
The Whistler sample library is featured. (Actual human whistling samples)
Hey Larry! I think the whistling samples are surprisingly effective. I find it hard to buy samples like that though, because they are so specific and provide such limited use for me. It is always nice to get a listen on some different sounds. Thanks for posting this.
Great fun, Larry! Very nice! All the stuff of yours I've listened to has been so creative and fun to listen to. Nice!
I've been away from the listening room for far too long, so I've decided to get back involved again. I would be interested in where to pick up that whistling library. Don't know if it's anything would ever use, but one never knows! Take care, Larry!
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Thanks for the kind words. I appreciate your input.
I wish I could whistle that well
This has a great feel to it, and I really enjoy the combination of whistling with...anything, really, but great instrument choices!
I really enjoy the dance quality this has, as well.
Thanks for sharing!
Oooookay, Larry -- I'll bite on your post, even though it was only this morning that I discovered your other very recent post. (slight tsk tsk implied)
That is really fun, your "Pucker Up" - And of course we're all focusing on the extremely nifty whistling sound/instrument you found. Here - for those too lazy to look it up:
--3rd row down, first on the left.
I have a piece in "Tom Sawyer" with whistling - I used different sound sources, but this would've been great to have at the time!
Nice music too, by the way. 8-)
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This brings back some very old remembrance of some sort of human flute contests in the very old days of television. What they achieved was really wonderful. What you did too, Larry. Thank you,