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phazed
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Posted : Aug 27, 2007 16:25
I recently saw this video of one guy playin a really cool instrument called Hang Drum. It sounds like a bassy xylophone. And it looks like a small UFO. Are there any tracks with these sounds? Would appreciate if links are available.
thanks in advance!

Here is a sample http://www.oddmusic.com/clips/hang.mp3
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nohmada


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Posted : Aug 30, 2007 02:43
you should check myspace,
i ran into some ppl that play/use hang in their music.

(unly such a shame that it's do hard to get one of them.. )           www.nohmada.com
www.myspace.com/nohmada
nohmada


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Posted : Aug 30, 2007 02:46
you should check myspace,
i ran into some ppl that play/use hang in their music.

(unly such a shame that it's do hard to get one of them.. )           www.nohmada.com
www.myspace.com/nohmada
phazed
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Posted : Aug 30, 2007 17:07
thanks!           -.-. .... --- --- ... . / .-.. --- ...- .
nohmada


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Posted : Aug 30, 2007 18:47
also:
http://www.hang-music.com/

enjoy!           www.nohmada.com
www.myspace.com/nohmada
moksha_mind
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Posted : Sep 15, 2007 23:41
The hang is definitely a divine instrument. I had the good fortune of playing one at a didgeridoo festival a couple of years ago.

Unfortunately I do not know of anyone in the psy chill genre using one yet (or samples) if you like the 'vibe' of the hang then check out "Blue Beryl" by Digital Samsara. As a hang fan, there are lots of nice overtones there you will appreciate. also research music of mbira, steel drums, and traditional gamelan which have a similar feel. (although there is nothing like a hang! playing one has to be a highlight for me!

For some good hang solo tracks (ok, no star wars jokes check out the website of Alan Tower. http://alantower.net/hang.html

he is a prominent local artist in the bay area that is into the hang, and regularly plays live if you are in the area be sure to catch him
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MadScientist
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Posted : Oct 28, 2007 16:14
a friend of mine got a samplecd of a hangdrum if I remember right...seems I need to have a deeper look at it soon           https://soundcloud.com/hazak

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Outolintu
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Posted : Oct 28, 2007 19:22
what's up with these hang guys?
can't get in touch with them for more info on
the hang itself and where to get one.
e-mails are prohibited and the hang topic is locked.
sloppy business

...erhhmm sorry forget it.
just saw the prices for which peeps are selling 2nd hand hangs. couldn't believe they are so expensive (from 1200 euro to 6000 dollars)! it's a cool instrument but not THAT cool...


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moksha_mind
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Posted : Oct 30, 2007 07:11
I knew I should have followed my bliss and got one way back then! (when somewhat affordable)

for that much though, a good steel drum and some electronic ingenuity could pass??

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Auditory

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Posted : Dec 6, 2007 22:49
anybody heard of a middle eastern style of music called Bhangara?
mk47
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Posted : Jan 10, 2008 11:12
no middle eastern .. its an indian style of music from the punjab chk out daler mehendi ,mika,sukhbir,malkit singh .. etc
damon
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Posted : Jan 12, 2008 03:38
Bhangra Fever!           http://www.chillumafia.com
Lesser Soul
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Posted : Feb 10, 2008 22:32
Quote:

On 2007-12-06 22:49, Auditory wrote:
anybody heard of a middle eastern style of music called Bhangara?



you probably would be interested in the drums " Dhol" ..that make the bhangra beat and not the shit music all quoted above make with those drums here's a link that might help you

http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio3/world/onyourstreet/dholhistory.shtml

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damon
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Posted : Feb 20, 2008 03:16
DIY hang drum:







          http://www.chillumafia.com
moksha_mind
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Posted : Feb 20, 2008 22:29
nice find damon! I can't believe how good it sounds too. I think I'll have to make one. thanks           "The sparrow is sorry for the peacock for the burden of its tail" -Rabindranath Tagore

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