Instruments



I love music, and musical instruments. I love to collect and experiment with them. I do not try to be a professional, but I set my goals with each, but are personal goals. Over the years I will expand my collection. I'll be the Orchestraman, as the luthier of Klavier, a music store in Murcia (Spain) nicknamed me.
And I will be proud when I am that.




Soprano Flute

Category: woodwind.
Features: woodwind instruments are those who formerly were made of wood. Have holes and the sound depends on the length of the tube. The mouth is different from the metal wind instruments ones.
Purchase date: 2009-2010 I suppose.
Material: plastic.
Mark: Zen-On (Japan). Bought in a normal store in my town.
Description: this flute I bought when I was in 4th ESO. I almost did not put it here, because it is a very common instrument, but being a woodwind instrument that I still keep and I can play, I wanted to add it. It brings back good memories. I have to practice the flute someday...




Electric Guitar

Category: plucked string.
Features: plucked string instruments consist of a sounding board and various strings that are pressed with fingers or plectrum. In the case of the electric guitar, it has not sounding board, has pills.
Standard Tuning: mi-si-sol-re-la-mi.
Purchase date: May 28, 2010.
Material: wood.
Material: Warlock Ofusa BK (BC Rich). Bought in Musical Igualada (Murcia, Spain) together with amplifier and accessories, such as the casing and wiring. The accessories were also purchased from this store.
Description: the electric guitar we could say that it is the first serious musical instrument I ever had, and the first one I paid with my money. I think every musician who started listening to metal, always buy an electric guitar, and I was no exception. When I saw it in the store, I knew that it had to be mine. I started playing Rammstein, and my goal with the electric guitar was playing Frantic Disembowelment of Cannibal Corpse. I do not know if I could play it now, I would have to remember and practice, but eventually, I got it, so I am very satisfied. I am not a professional guitarist, but I developed enough, and I have satisfied my goal.
Accessories: Dunlop Crybaby, bought the September 6, 2010. This pedal caught my attention, which is what makes the wah wah effect. Honestly, I liked how Marilyn Manson used it in Mechanical Animals, and so I bought it, even before the distortion pedal, which by then as a beginner, the amplifier sound was good for me. Today, I do not regret of the spending despite I barely use it; Boss Metal Zone MT-2, bought the November 19, 2010. It is the distortion pedal. It offers a lot of play with sounds, and to use the guitar at home, it is a good pedal as it much improves the sound; Tube slide, bought the first on a date I don’t remember remember, and the second on December 4, 2014, because the first one fell and broke, because it’s made of glass. It is a very simple and cheap thing, which simply you put on a finger and pass it through the strings, and makes the effect of slide. Something that I have just for curiousity.




Electroacoustic Guitar



Category: plucked string.
Features: plucked string instruments consist of a sounding board and various strings that are pressed with fingers or plectrum. This particular instrument has a power amplifier pill.
Standard Tuning: mi-si-sol-re-la-mi.
Purchase date: November 2, 2010.
Material: lime and maple wood.
Mark: Axmann. Bought in Lidl (Murcia, Spain) but as I searched, it seems to belong to Visionmusic.de (Germany).
Description: I remember I bought this guitar by chance. I do not remember with who was the first time I saw, but I remember coming back to the place with my uncle Angel and then I bought it. I liked the design, and rarely (if ever) played this guitar, I played very little, but I wanted to have an acoustic guitar, and what better than an electroacoustic one. Honestly, playing chords is something that I am horrible, but I have not had much interest. But I could improvise some accompaniment.
Accessories: Capo, which was at home and do not remember anything about date. Simply I had this in my house of had another guitar that was almost unusable and I saved it for this guitar. I think that over the years I've only used once, because curiosity.





Electric Drums



Category: percussion.
Features: percussion instruments are played percussing, hitting the membranes or certain pieces of wood or metal. In this particular instrument, there are some plastic pads connected by cables to a soundcard.
Purchase date: if I remember correctly, in December 2010.
Material: plastic.
Mark: Tribal Portable Digital Drums TD-25 (which says on the box). At Google I have found it with the name of DD-305 Digital Drum Kit. Purchased in Musical Igualada (Murcia, Spain), along with several pedals and various repairs, until I got tired of carrying it to be repaired.
Description: drums for me has become the most fun instrument of all. When I started it was with a homemade plates and boxes drums, as usually starts everybody, and I remember it cost me a lot to get the coordination. When I bought this electric drums, I progressed a lot, even I played with double pedal, since I configured the two pedals to be the bass drum. But the pedals are very sensitive, and not comparable with the real drums. This has been broken countless times, since cable outlets to breaks in the pads, which had to be glued, and yet... But I have good memories of this instrument, and thanks to it, I learnt how to play drums in a very advanced level. I started with Rammstein, and my goal was to play songs of Dimmu Borgir and Cradle of Filth as Gateways or One Foul Step From The Abyss, and I got it, so that goal is achieved.



Drums

Category: percussion.
Features: percussion instruments are played percussing, hitting the membranes or certain pieces of wood or metal. This instrument consists of metal and membrane and instruments. This instrument consists of kick, snare, tom-toms and cymbals.
Purchase date: many years ago, my uncle Angel bought it. It is his drums, and he is now an adult. We assemble it in my grandmother’s house, in his old room, so I could play with a real drums. The date that we assembled it, was between 2012-2013.
Material: plastic and metal, although there are other materials I think.
Mark: Pearl, but pieces like cymbals say that are of different mark. I do not know the store where it was purchased.
Description: as I said before, if the electric drums was funny, the real drums can not be compared. It is the most fun instrument of all. Until you can unburden with it. I haven’t double pedal with this drums, but whenever I can, I try to simulate it to keep the practice. The same songs I could play with the electric drums, I played with this drums. Unfortunately, one of the cymbals have a broken lift. But it is an instrument that whenever I go to play it, I'm a lot of time there and I just end unburden after that session of musical bestiality.






Piano

Category: plucked string, or keyboard, although in this case, is simply an electronic keyboard.
Features: real piano works by mallets that hit the strings, so it is plucked, but can also be considered as keyboard. In this case, being an electronic keyboard, keyboard is the only because the sound is produced by a sound card.
Purchase date: if I remember correctly, at Christmas 2010.
Material: plastic.
Mark: I do not know exactly, just know that was bought in Lidl (Murcia, Spain), same as the electroacoustic guitar, and belongs to a store called Streetlife-music.com (Germany).
Description: for lots of years I have had the piano far from me until one day, I do not remember when, I definitively settled it near me to play it more often. Today, it is the instrument I have less played and I find the most difficult to control, but little by little I'm moving and playing more, and of course, falling in love with it. I have no goal yet, but possibly would be able to play two-handed songs and to play the Turkish March of Mozart.



Violin

Category: bowed strings.
Features: bowed string instruments are rubbed by a bow with horsehair and resin where by friction, sound the sounds. It has a soundboard and various strings.
Standard Tuning: mi-la-re-sol.
Purchase date: February 8, 2013.
Material: wood and plastic. Not a good or expensive violin is beginner. I will buy one more expensive in a few years.
Mark: Vision-VA 4/4. Bought at Stockmusical.com (Spain).
Description: the violin has always took my attention but I started to love it when I started listening to classical music more indeep. It is not an expensive instrument, and it does not sound as I would like, but it gave me enough to begin this wonderful journey that is learning the violin. My goal is to play The Four Seasons by Vivaldi, and I'm sure someday I'll get it. Currently I have a better violin, but this one is reserved for my future son or daughter.



Erhu

Original name: 二胡. Erhu. It means "two strings".
Category: bowed strings.
Features: bowed string instruments are rubbed by a bow with horsehair and resin where by friction, sound the sounds. The soundboard of this instrument is very small, and has real snake skin. It has no frets.
Standard Tuning: la-re.
Purchase date: October 16, 2014.
Material: sandalwood and anaconda skin.
Mark: handmade. In the soundboard appears carved 閻柏明精制. It means “made by Yan-Bo-Ming (閻柏明 means Yan-Bo-Ming, being Bo-Ming the name and Yan the surname)”. Thanks to Ruya Zeng by the translation. She too translated the invoice, where I saw that was skin specifically of anaconda. The store where I bought it I know that is in Suzhou (China), because the vendor who I bought it in Madrid (Spain) said me that he bought it there, but he didn’t remember the store.
Description: the first time I heard this instrument was thanks to a traditional chinese instruments vst I found by chance and curiosity. The sound of the vst erhu was used in my album The Infinite Dreamlands for first time, and when I heard that special sound in the vst, I searched the sound of the true erhu, and fell in love instantly. I wanted to have that instrument in my hands, and now that I finally have this wonderful artwork I have so much affection to it that it is my most precious instrument. Its melancholy sound makes it a part of my soul.
Inscription in Ancient Chinese: the erhu has an inscription in the mast written in Ancient Chinese, that nobody could translate, even university teachers of China. But thanks to Ivana Liu, I know what it means, because she recognized it in a poem she read. The poem’s name is 山居秋暝 (Mountain Life at Dusk in Autumn) and it is by 王维 (Wang Wei).

山居秋暝 by 

空山新雨后,天气晚来秋。
明月松间照,清泉石上流。
竹喧归浣女,莲动下渔舟。
随意春芳歇,王自可留。
Mountain Life at Dusk in Autumn by Wang Wei

The void mountains offer an after-shower scene,
The sky and the air an autumn eve set in.
The bright moon upon the pine glade illumines,
And clear creek over the rocks frolics.
Bamboos sound, the washing girls are homebound;
Lotus stirs, a fishing boat downstream found.
Even though spring leaves and blooms are nowhere,
As such, noble ones like me can sure stay here.

Wang Wei belongs to the VI century, the Tang Dynasty. The phrase of the erhu is 明月松间照,清泉石上流, meaning "the bright moon upon the pine glade illumines, And clear creek over the rocks frolics”.
Other inscriptions: there are other inscriptions in chinese in the tuning pergs. The inscription in chinese 紫檀 精品 means something like “sandalwood (Dalbergia rosewood) (紫檀) of quality (精品)”. Thanks to Ivana Liu for the translation, only to add that she in that of “of quality” said “this erhu is good”. The other inscription is in Ancient Chinese and hasn’t been posible to decipher it... yet.





Voice

Category: human voice.
Features: the voice is an instrument that all humans have and can develop. The notes that each person can achieve with their particular record is measured with the tessitura. I am tenor.
Start date: could be said that I started singing more seriously when I recorded the song Mein Herz Brennt Piano Version the December 26, 2014. Despite this, I have done albums singing with shrieks and whispering, but that is not what I mean when I talk about singing.
Information of the microphone: I don’t know where this was bought, just know that is in Murcia (Spain). The mark is Takstar Dynamic Microphone E-340.
Description: my interest in improving my voice is fairly recent compared to the acquisition of other instruments, but it is something that eventually hope to improve.





Metronome and Music Stand

Category: accessories.
Features: the metronome is used to measure the tempo of the music. The stand serves to hold scores.
Purchase date: the stand was purchased in Klavier in Murcia (Spain) between 2013-2014, I do not remember the date. The metronome was purchased in Musical Igualada (Murcia) on April 29, 2014.
Material: plastic and metal, I guess.
Mark: the stand I don’t know. The metronome is Metronome Cherub WSM-330.
Description: the reason I add this is here because these things are musical utilities that are part of my collection. Although I use it very bit, I like to have them.



Tuners

Category: utility.
Features: electric tuners are very useful when tuning instruments. The american nomenclature of musical notes is used. I have two, one that works by cable and microphone and other  that works by vibration, hooking the neck of the instrument.
Purchase date: I do not remember the dates, although the cable and microphone one would be in 2010 because the electric guitar, and the vibration one was in late 2014, because the erhu. One was purchased in Musical Igualada and another in Klavier (Murcia, Spain).
Material: plastic.
Mark: both tuners are Korg.
Description: although I think I have the ear advanced (although not as advanced as I would like, I would like more) I am still unable to tune by ear, so the tuners for me are essential.



Dizi

Original name: 笛子. Dizi.
Category: woodwind.
Features: woodwind instruments are those who formerly were made of wood. Have holes and the sound depends on the length of the tube. The mouth is different from the metal wind instruments ones.
Purchase date: february 3, 2015.
Material: white bamboo.
Mark: Wen Yuan C key Dizi with Engraved Poem 文苑C子. Purchased at Easonmusicstore.
Description: this is a C key Chinese bamboo flute engraved with a Chinese poem. It is made from bamboo and the ends are fashioned from bone. It has a copper joint in the middle for fine tuning of the instrument. The flute is wound with nylon to prevent cracks due to changes in weather conditions. The sound produced is bright, crisp and clear. Good for beginner to intermediate players. Comes with a velvet case, one pack of dimo (flute membrane) and one piece of Er Jiao.
Engraved Poem: the flute has an inscription of a poem. Thanks to Ivana Liu for the translation. The poem’s name is 淮上与友人 (In Yangzhou, say goodbye to friend; Saying goodbye with friend in the Yangzte River ferry) and its author is 郑谷 (Zheng Gu). He belongs to the IX century, Tang Dynasty. Here below is the full poem, but the inscripion of my dizi are only the last two lines.

淮上与友人别 by 郑谷 

 扬子江头杨柳春, 杨花愁杀渡江人。 

数声风笛离亭晚, 君向潇湘我向秦。
In Yangzhou, say goodbye to friend by Zheng Gu 

Green willows are along the Yangtze River shore. Those flying catkins provoke the sadness of wanderers, who prepare leaving their hometown by boat. Breeze is blowing. We will bid farewell to each other with some flute form Liting pavilion. You're going to the town where Xiaoshui River and Xiang River flows through (now in Hunan province), and I'm going to the capital Chang'an.

What the poem expresses is the farewell of two friends. One has to go to the north, and other to the south. They are saying goodbye in the Liting Pavilion, or Li Pavilion, a kind of pavilion where people say farewell to the family and friends. But it is a farewell of non-forget, because that friendship is in the heart. Here a literal translation:

淮上与友人别 by 郑谷 

扬子江头杨柳春, 杨花愁杀渡江人。 

数声风笛离亭晚, 君向潇湘我向秦。
In Yangzhou, say goodbye to friend by Zheng Gu 

Yangtze head Yangliu Chun, Yanghwa worry kill people crossing. Bagpipe sound from the booth a few nights, I asked Jun to Xiaoxiang Qin.


Other inscriptions: the flute has other little inscription that says 文苑, that is, Wen Yuan, a place in Ancient China where poets and scholars exchanged their ideas. Finally as curiosity, to add what is said in the little box of the 笛膜 or dimo, that is the flute membrane. What is says is 敦煌笛膜, that means Dunhuang dimo.





Transverse Flute

Category: woodwind.
Features: woodwind instruments are those who formerly were made of wood. Have holes and the sound depends on the length of the tube. The mouth is different from the metal wind instruments ones.
Purchase date: february 6, 2015.
Material: nickel-silver.
Mark: Flute Roy Benson FL-402R GEWA. Purchased at Klavier (Murcia, Spain).
Description: this transverse flute is a flaute with head, body, leg and keys of nickel-silver, open holes and aligned Sol. It has natural cork stoppers and of white felt and pisoni pads. Including rod, cleaning cloth and case with holster. The truth is that it was my first expensive woodwind instrument, and I really do not regret. I doubted at first, because the wind instruments are very expensive, even for beginners, and I will not buy an instrument for beginners because they are horrible, I just intermediate as minimum. But in the end the purchase has gone well and I have a good intermediate instrument that hopefully will last me a long time, possibly forever. It's a beautiful instrument to which I have been long time wanting to have. Now I have to learn.





Gong

Category: percussion.
Features: percussion instruments are played percussing, hitting the membranes or certain pieces of wood or metal. This instrument has to be beaten by a mallet, although beating it of different way you can listen a different sound, as for example, with a finger.
Purchase date: no idea, but I found it in april 2015 in my home.
Material: bronze.
Mark: no idea.
Description: it is a very little gong, only twelve centimetres of diameter, but it is interesting and beautiful. It is curious that beating it with the fingers, the sound is softer, but beating it with a pen, it is different. I've cleaned as much as I could with a metal cleaner and it will stay as it is now. I have a beater, which also will use, along with other equal, with the Glockenspiel. This beater gives a softer sound, while plastic beaters of the Glockenspiel generate a more metallic sound.




Maracas

Category: percussion.
Features: percussion instruments are played percussing, hitting the membranes or certain pieces of wood or metal. This instrument, to make the sound, you just have to shake it.
Purchase date: no idea, but I found them in april 2015 in my home.
Material: I suppose wood, is what it seems, and the sound is made with little stones and rice.
Mark: no idea.
Description: two maracas that seem of a very good quality. They are big, and have a curious decoration. I had to repair them, due that the handle was taken off, and one of them even didn’t have little stone, so I took a spoonful of rice, and it was enough. Later I sticked the handles with glue and they are now perfect.



Bells

Category: percussion.
Features: percussion instruments are played percussing, hitting the membranes or certain pieces of wood or metal. The first bell is hit by a clapper and the second one is hit by a little hammer.
Purchase date: no idea, but I found it in april 2015 in my home.
Material: it doesn’t seem silver, it seems an alloy, but I have no idea about what one.
Mark: no idea.
Description: this is just as curiosity and to add more instruments here. It is curious how these sounds are produced, especially the second bell one, which is by a small hammer.




Hulusi

Original name: 葫芦丝. Hulusi. Its meaning is hulu “cucurbit” and si “silk”. So, it means silk cucurbit or something like that, and refers to its form, that seems a cucurbit, and its sound, soft as silk.
Category: woodwind.
Features: woodwind instruments are those who formerly were made of wood. Have holes and the sound depends on the length of the tube. The mouth is different from the metal wind instruments one. This instrument has three reeds. The center reed is the main one, and this is where the notation is made. A second reed produces an accompaniment sound in Re. The third reed is just decoration, although there are instruments in which also produces accompaniment.
Purchase date: april 27, 2015.
Material: where I bought it, it says natural materials. I asked if it was wood, and they said yes. But if it’s wood, it is heavily industrialized.
Mark: Popular Grade 2 Tone Hulusi in Bb. Purchased in Easonmusicstore.
Description: this instrument is tuned in Bb. When I met this instrument, it was something like being a instruments hunter. I looked at the page where I acquired it for more instruments that would be relatively inexpensive to buy and thus to experience more instruments. This hulusi was cheap, and I heard the sound on youtube and bought it, but had little idea of it. It was a surprise when I started to try it personally. It is definitely my favorite wind instrument at least about the East part. For me, it has become the equivalent of the erhu but in wind, although the erhu is still my favorite instrument par excellence in general, the hulusi is it specifically in wind. It is a very special instrument for me.
Inscription: the hulusi has an inscription which is no a special poem, though it has a secret. Again, thanks to Ivana Liu for translating it, but this time it was relatively easy since the first two symbols even I was able to identify them. The inscription is 葫芦情歌, and means something like "cucurbit love song". I explain what it means. The first two symbols represent hulu, which means cucurbit, the same first symbols of the instrument name. The other two symbols represent qingge which means love song. This relation between hulusi (or cucurbit) and the love song is because the hulusi is a traditional Chinese instrument which men used to seduce women because of its sweet sound.




Ocarina

Category: woodwind (ceramic really, it is something different).
Features: woodwind instruments are those who formerly were made of wood. Have holes and the sound depends on the length of the tube. The mouth is different from the metal wind instruments one. The mouth of this instrument is not very complex due that it is a simple instrument.
Purchase date: may 28, 2015.
Material: cerámica.
Mark: 6 holes ocarina with ink brush painting. Black bamboo. C Key. Purchased in Easonmusicstore.
Description: the ocarina is a very simple and easy instrument. I never before had played an ocarina, the truth is that my first time I had no idea of finger positions. But I looked at the manual, although it is in Chinese, as I know how to read the Chinese musical notation, I could learn how are the positions, which comes with drawings. It's simple, I just need to get more practice. The truth is that I was surprised, I believe that this instrument will be one of my favorites too. Actually, I'm getting a taste for wind instruments. I remain being a stringman, but the wind instruments are funny while simple and small, easy to carry.





Glockenspiel

Category: percussion.
Features: percussion instruments are played percussing, hitting the membranes or certain pieces of wood or metal. This instrument is formed by metallic pieces that are hit by a beater.
Purchase date: I don’t remember it, although it was time ago. I recovered it from my home the may 13, 2015.
Material: metal.
Mark: Angel Glockenspiel AX-25N3. Purchased at Klavier (Murcia, Spain).
Description: this Glockenspiel was bought by my father to my sister time ago, maybe a couple of years ago, but I do not remember well. I remembered that we had this instrument, but did not know where it was. I discovered it was was down in the yard, on outside the house. Immediately I took it, clean it, and now it is part of my instruments. It has two plastic beaters but my intention is to use two beaters of better quality, the same ones of the Gong.




Tin Whistle

Category: woodwind.
Features: woodwind instruments are those who formerly were made of wood. Have holes and the sound depends on the length of the tube. The mouth is different from the metal wind instruments one. This little flute is similar to a normal one, although this one hasn’t back hole, and only has six holes to play notes, although you can play a wide range of notes with its corresponding notation.
Purchase date: june 13, 2015
Material: tin-plate with a wooden plug in the mouthpiece.
Mark: Clarke, the Original Tin Whistle in C. Purchased at Klavier (Murcia, Spain).
Description: when I saw the tin whistle for the first time in Klavier, it caught my attention. Then, looking on the Internet about it, I loved it, and I decided to get it when I could, to invest a little on that, and so I did. It was a great buy, but I still have to practice a lot.




Harmonica

Category: woodwind.
Features: woodwind instruments are those who formerly were made of wood. Have holes and the sound depends on the length of the tube. The mouth is different from the metal wind instruments one. The harmonics work by a system of reeds (lengüeta in spanish) and to produce sound simply by blow or suck air.
Purchase date: june 17, 2015
Material: metal, with reeds and cells of plastic.
Mark: Hohner Harmonica M50401 Silver Star, Key of C. Purchased at Klavier (Murcia, Spain).
Description: I saw the harmonica in this store and it had a good price, and as I am a curious with instruments, I thought about buying one to try, and to be honest, although it is very difficult to make melodies, I like it.




Soprano Woodflute
      
Category: woodwind.
Features: woodwind instruments are those who formerly were made of wood. Have holes and the sound depends on the length of the tube. The mouth is different from the metal wind instruments one.
Purchase date: many years ago when my father was young. Rediscovered june 27, 2015.
Material: wood.
Mark: no idea.
Description: it is a standard soprano flute but made of wood. It is very old, and it sounds great. I found it at my grandparents’ home in a closet, with an Indian flute, and I do not know to who it actually belonged, but it certainly has many years.



Indian Flute

Category: woodwind.
Features: woodwind instruments are those who formerly were made of wood. Have holes and the sound depends on the length of the tube. The mouth is different from the metal wind instruments one.
Purchase date: many years ago when my father was young. Rediscovered june 27, 2015.
Material: wood.
Mark: no idea.
Description: this flute was found along with the soprano wooden flute. It is also of wood, and I had to fix its mouth, because it did not sound at first. Fortunately, I managed to fix it, and it sounds great. It is similar to the Irish flute. It has an inscription that says Made in India, hence I call it Indian Flute.



Bongos

Category: percussion.
Features: percussion instruments are played percussing, hitting the membranes or certain pieces of wood or metal. This is a membranophone instrument that consists of a set of two wooden bodies slightly tapered, one smaller than the other, united by a strip of wood.
Purchase date: many years ago when my father was young. Rediscovered june 27, 2015.
Material: generally wood.
Mark: no idea.
Description: these bongos I think that were of my father, although I'm not sure. They were found the same day that the two wooden flutes. My brother played it at first, he knew how to play it. However, I do not do it well. But I like them.



Violin II

Category: bowed strings.
Features: bowed string instruments are rubbed by a bow with horsehair and resin where by friction, sound the sounds. It has a soundboard and various strings.
Standard Tuning: mi-la-re-sol.
Purchase date: July 2, 2015.
Material: mostly wood.
Mark: Violin Steiner E-GE 4/4. Purchased at Klavier (Murcia, Spain).
Description: finally I have a good quality violin with which I will enjoy. When I saw it I loved it, I really like the violins made of wood, if possible, all wood, and I loved this one. I noticed much difference with the other violin that I have, from the tune with the tuning pegs, being of this new one of wood, till sound and playability. It is wonderful and I am very happy with it. I will give you hours of fun, and I hope to meet my goal over time: to play the Four Seasons by Vivaldi.



Microphone II

Category: recording device.
Features: talking about the the voice, it is an instrument that all humans have and can develop. The notes that each person can achieve with their particular record is measured with the tessitura. I am tenor.
Start date: could be said that I started singing more seriously when I recorded the song Mein Herz Brennt Piano Version the December 26, 2014. Despite this, I have done albums singing with shrieks and whispering, but that is not what I mean when I talk about singing.
Information of the microphone: it was bought July 3, 2015, at Klavier (Murcia, Spain). The mark is DAP Audio URM-1 Usb Studio Condenser Microphone, Ordercode D1601. It is a cardioid condenser microphone that connects via usb, with which I will record both my voice and my various instruments.
Description: my interest in improving my voice is fairly recent compared to the acquisition of other instruments, but it is something that eventually hope to improve.



Family

 

To complete my current collection of instruments I wanted to do this great compilation photo where you can see my large collection of instruments. It is fantastic and I love it. When I saw all my instruments put in this way I was very excited, it was an unforgettable experience, and the best of all is that these instruments are with me and always will be.


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