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I recorded this little folk instrumental on a Merlin M4, a 4 string diatonic instrument inspired by the dulcimer, made by the Seagull company in Quebec, Canada. This one is set up in an open D tuning. A great little instrument to noodle on, mine covers the folky tunes like this, as well as old school gospel blues and old timey classics.
This Sunday at 11am I’ll be giving a short performance at the University of Tasmania’s MakerX showcase at Burnie Arts & Function Centre. My self-produced albums will be for sale, along with information on how the featured collaborations and song-writing with international musicians were given birth via the internet, recording and mastering programs used, and some of the instruments played.