The Blarney Pilgrims Podcast Episode 20: Jim Dalton (Mandolin, banjo)

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    Sunday morning sessions at The Coach and Horses, Finsbury Park; summer road trips to Ireland and back, via relatives’ houses, fleadhs, sessions and the Holyhead ferry; learning to play in Anne Caulfield’s house in Luton; competing and adjudicating; becoming a teacher of music and recording your first album. All that AND Barings Bank. Nick Leeson how are ye!

    You can probably tell from the tape, this was a LOT of fun. Thanks Theresa.

    https://www.blarneypilgrims.com/episodes/theresa-ogrady-banjo-tenor-guitar-mandolin

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    http://syntheway.net - Fiddler’s Dram / Whiskey Before Breakfast (Traditional Irish, Bluegrass) using Syntheway Banjodoline Virtual Banjo and Mandolin VSTi (Banjo preset) for Windows. Mac OS X see requirements below.

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    Webpage: http://syntheway.com/Banjodoline.htm

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    • Multimode Filter. The use of values automatically computed by a multimode filter gives a wide range of interesting tones. Filter switch includes: LP (Low pass), HP (High pass), BP1 CSG (Band pass 1, constant skirt gain), BP2 C0PG (Band pass 2, constant 0db peak gain), Notch (Band-stop/Band-rejection) filters with adjustable Resonance and Cutoff Frequency range extends up to Nyquist. Gain Compensation option for LP, HP and BP1 filter types.

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