I've finally posted the audio file I was talking about weeks ago.
There is something distinctly different about the timbre. Any ideas
what causes that, or have you heard a set of pipes that sounds like
that before? Or maybe they're not GHB? The file I posted is called
Bonnie Dundee, and it's in ogg vorbis format. Hopefully you can play
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> I have a recording of the Queen's Royal Pipers, and on one of the
> tracks there's a solo piper, and the timbre of his chanter sounds like
> a cross between GHB and an English Horn. Now, I admit I'm just an
> adoring fan, so I don't know all of the different other kinds of
> non-GHB bagpipes out there, so if I were to post an audio file to the
> files section, could I solicit one of you with sharp ears to have a go
> at ID'ing the type or maker of the pipes? I'll wait for moderator
> permission to post an audio file (not WAV, will probably be mp2, mp3,
> or ogg vorbis, if your audio players can handle that format.)