Ashoor, when dealing with a Zurna you need to remember it's a very loud instrument so your going to need to use a microphone which has a high sensitivity rating.ASHOOR said:Phenomon and Biryani, I think this is your speciality lol
how to bestb record from dola w zorna? we know that these two musical instruments are not digital so there is no way of recording from them directly.
Any other way? from a recorder only?
no they suck lol. I want a Zurna to actually have the authentic vibrating tone of the reed, not the virtual cacophony of crackling asss people call Keyboard Zurna.Neon said:How about a digital one that emulates the zurna sound? You can get them off a computer program...
I wouldn't mind it if the synthetic zurna had that "vibrating" tone that real zurnas have. Without that vibration, it's obvious the zurna from the keyboard.Neon said:I hate synthetic Zurna too. The sound is too nauseating.
No synthetic sound can ever perfectly imitate the real thing.mrzurnaci said:I wouldn't mind it if the synthetic zurna had that "vibrating" tone that real zurnas have. Without that vibration, it's obvious the zurna from the keyboard.
One Idea i had to mitigate this for music would be to record every individual scale of a Zurna note and edit each one so that you can loop them or modify them in whatever way and still sound like someone is playing a natural zurna!