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Desc:The acoustic instrument used on The Witch OST
Category:Arts, Horror
Tags:The Witch, OST, mark korven
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Comment count is 9
Mister Yuck - 2018-10-06
That is very, very neat.
That guy - 2018-10-07
I love that movie.
15th - 2018-10-08
Me too. I think it's on Netflix right now.

simon666 - 2018-10-07
The YouTube channel is called: Great Big Story. Their videos are on average 2-3 minutes long. Ah the times we live in. But cool instrument.
Maggot Brain - 2018-10-07
cool but you made a hurdy-gurdy.
Old_Zircon - 2018-10-07
This is nowhere near as sophisticated as a hurdy gurdy.

More like "cool but you made a more polished version of the stuff we used to build at band practice when I was 16."

This is fine but it's just a spring reverb, a couple diddley bows and the giant mbira my friend Tim made out of scrap aluminum in 10th grade, all stuck together. I've got literally dozens of cassette tapes o us doing stuff like this back then.

Nothing wrong with it but nothing even vaguely unusual.

Old_Zircon - 2018-10-07
And just to be absolutely clear, I'm not saying "I made stuff like this in high school" to make myself sound cool or special. Quite the opposite.

Old_Zircon - 2018-10-07
If I wanted to be a self aggrandizing dick I'd talk about building this in my living room for about $300 using mostly hand tools and 19th century woodworking techniques, including hand winding the pickups on a pickup winder I designed and built, hand rubbed the finish with no sanding using a hybrid shellac/varnish method I came up with on the spot, and didn't do any design work or planning other than the dimensions of the neck, so nailing some metal to a board doesn't really impress me.


BUT I will say that he plays it pretty well, so that's cool.

You People Are Idiots - 2018-10-09
but does it djent?

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