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D.B.Lolaq
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  • Roermond
  • Netherlands
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Overtone flute construction
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Started this discussion. Last reply by D.B.Lolaq Aug 9, 2011.

 

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D.B.Lolaq replied to the discussion 'Overtone flute construction'
"I think making a fipple in an elder flute (or any other kind of wood) is harder than making a fipple in a plastic tube, but correcting mistakes on the other hand will be easier. When the blowing channel is placed too low for the airflow to hit the…"
Aug 9, 2011
Sebastiaan De jonge replied to the discussion 'Overtone flute construction'
"Overtone flutes need to be 50-55 times the length of the bore diameter to sound really well. They definitely work better as fipple blown than end blown due to the necessary length implied by the bore/length ratio. Finger holes are easily determined…"
Aug 9, 2011
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"I've never understood why people who don't understand music, but who do understand law & (especially) money claim to come to the rescue when copyright seems to be infringed. Usually it's not the affected musician who benefits from…"
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D.B.Lolaq posted a discussion

Overtone flute construction

There's no instrument with a more simple construction than the overtone flute. Just a tube, a blowhole or a fipple and a person doing the work with his breath. Simple as it is in construction, the overtone flute encourages you to build one yourself. But as with all simple things, the devil is in the detail.There are many materials to build a flute from: bamboo, different woods, even copper or pvc. And the blowhole or fipple can be made in many different ways. Any builders out here (and there…See More
Nov 19, 2009
D.B.Lolaq replied to the discussion 'Microphone'
"I'm an instrumentalist and I don't like the fuss with microphones lying all around, so i use just a couple. When recording on computer I use a Shure 8900 hooked to a Behringer mic100 tube pre-amp to warm up the sound, especially the…"
Nov 19, 2009
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D.B.Lolaq left a comment for 'Marteinn Bjarnar Thordarson'
"Most drone music is rather cold, but yours is humane and warm. I'm experimenting with the style myself now (I hope I can upload something in a while) and your music is a great inspiration."
Aug 7, 2009
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D.B.Lolaq commented on the blog post 'VOX STRIDENS'
"Hi Marco, There seems to be something wrong with the above link. I wanted to take a listen, but had to look up the dharmasound website via google. I'll listen to your work this weekend (after having enjoyed a nearly cloudless spring…"
Apr 18, 2009
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About me:
Multi-instrumentalist from the Netherlands. My first steps into the world of music were my father's classical records and recorder lessons (some sort of fipple-flute). Later on, as a teen, I widened my musical world with rock, grunge and metal. Bands like Soundgarden and other riff-based bands made me conscious of the power of simple melodies played over repeated rhythmical patterns and their use of "unusual" scales mesmerised me. Later on a friend of mine brought me in contact with folk and traditional music, which seemed a natural development to me.

My aim is to make music that stands in a long tradition, influenced by the almost forgotten music and nature of northwestern Europe.

When composing, I usually try to catch the spirit of the old folktales of my home region, the southeastern parts of the Netherlands, where until the beginning of the 20st century, stories were told about dwarfs and other odd people living on the edge of society - literally, in their heather-sod homes.
As a band we are:
D.B.Lolaq (aka Peter Janssen, but what's in a name?)
Instruments:
assorted flutes & whistles, fretless mandolin, guitar, bull-roarer, percussion, digital effects.
Influences:
Hedningarna, Garmarna, pre-medieval music, Vladiswar Nadishana (hearing him play brought me to playing the overtone flute), Sedayne, Betula Pendula, even a little bit of heavy metal (Soundgarden, Sepultura), Miles Davis (especially his modal period).

And for the non-musical things that inspire me: Nature - even in a crowded country like the Netherlands you can always stumble across a wild boar or deer (if you know where to look for them)- people (I always wonder why people act and react the way they do), philosophy; medieval philosophy in particular.
Homepage:
http://dblolaq.blogspot.com/

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At 8:36pm on February 21, 2009, OMN said…
Hello D.B.

welcome to OMN and thank you for your music. If you have any questions you can read here some frequently asked questions. If have any issues - I hope not - please use this form to contact the admins.

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