Show Posts

This section allows you to view all posts made by this member. Note that you can only see posts made in areas you currently have access to.


Topics - Arabian Horse

Pages: [1]
1
Please tell me what is an approximate fair price for this instrument, in your opinion?

What can you guys tell me about the quality of this OUD I've been considering based on the following photos?

2
Riq, Mazhar, bendir, Tar... Lover / Know a New! - *Mod: Remo Frame Drums
« on: December 05, 2015, 10:13:59 AM »
Want to know more about Frame Drum? Here's some other to know :)   
Tablatone
Remo’s drum shell and drumhead innovation creates a new percussion instrument, the Tablatone Frame Drum.
   
Tamborim
The tamborim is 6” diameter and is a single headed drum played with one stick and held with opposite hand. The Remo tamborim is very popular among the samba groups in Brasil, USA and abroad.
   
Dayereh
Remo’s Dayereh is a lightweight tunable frame drum that fits comfortably in your hands.
   
Thinline
The Thinline Frame drums designed for beginners and professionals
   
Daf
Remo’s Daf drum produces rich Tek tones and full Bass tones while also featuring hundreds of chrome metal rings.
   
Renaissance
8400 Series pre-tuned Renaissance frame drum Features Remo Renaissance drumhead and thumb hole cut-out on the 12”, 14”, 16” and 22” drums
   
Tar
Remo Tars are constructed using a SKYNDEEP fixed drumhead pitched to produce the desired overtones that professionals listen for. A light texture gives the drumheads a very real, natural feel. With just the right amount of overtones, Remo Tars not only look incredible, they sound amazing!
   
Fiberskyn
The Remo Fiberskyn Frame Drum has a wide body shell and is provided with a thumb notch cut-out on the 12”, 14”, 16” and 22” drums.
   
Bendir
Bendir is a North African frame drum with a thumb hole and simple snare mechanism on the underside of the head to create its characteristic buzzing sound. The Bendir is played with the hand and used in both secular and religious music.

3
Doumbek, Darbuka Lovers / Knowledge regarding Darbuka !
« on: December 04, 2015, 08:00:33 AM »
It is not known exactly when Darbuka was first made, it is known to be of ancient origin indeed.
Darbuka is a goblet shaped hand drum used mostly in music originating near the Middle East. It’s thin, responsive drumhead as well as resonance help it produce a distinctively crisp sound.

By origin, darbukas may be made of clay, metal, or wood. Modern darbukas are also sometimes made of synthetic materials, including fiberglass. Modern metal darbukas are commonly made of aluminum or copper. Some aluminum darbukas may have a mother-of-pearl inlay, which is purely decorative.
 Traditional drum heads were animal skin, commonly goat and also fish but modern drums commonly use synthetic materials for drum heads.

4
Advice, Tips and Questions Regarding the Oud / Why starts learning Oud now?
« on: December 03, 2015, 07:15:18 AM »
You are an Oud lover, but doesn't know how to play it. OMG  ::) You running out of time. Start learning Oud from today.
Why?

1. The music played on Oud can be anything you want it to be. It can be energetic, lively, dramatic, melancholic, and also very fun.
2. If you like to bend the rules, try something new, get out of old paradigms, or just want to play notes that you can’t find on a piano, the Oud is only for you.
3. The Oud is the boss of the bosses of the modern Guitar.
4. The Oud is definitely a challenging instrument, but it isn’t as difficult as the Piano, drums or so on.
5. Anyone who has listened to music knows that it creates different effects on the body.

Pages: [1]