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Share your musical journey / Re: Hawaii Aloha
« on: February 23, 2019, 11:07:56 am »
I LOVE the music of Hawaii, and Israel has one of the most beautiful voices ever.

Thank you so much for these songs!

Share your musical journey / Re: Inisheer
« on: February 23, 2019, 10:50:08 am »
Are there instructions somewhere to help understand the code?: I don't understand what that means.  Thanks for the music.

X: 1
T: Inisheer
R: waltz
M: 3/4
L: 1/8
K: Dmix
B3A Bd | B3A Bd | E3B AB | D3B AG |
B3A Bd | B3A Bd | G3B A/2G/2F |1 G3E DG :|2 G3A Bd ||
e3f ed | B3A Bd | ef ed B/2c/2d |
e3A Bd | e3f ed | B3A Bd | G3B A/2G/2F |
G3A Bd | e3f ed | B3A Bd | gf ed B/2c/2d |
e3A Bd | e3f ed | B3A Bd | D3B A/2G/2F | G6 ||

Suggestions / Re: belt clip
« on: December 29, 2018, 10:20:00 am »
How about attaching a (neck) cord to the clip and then attaching the cord to a carabiner on your belt loop?

I tried attaching a neck cord to the clip and then attaching the cord to a carabiner, but I don't like having anything hanging off the end of the Coda.  ...a little distracting.
I also tried just attaching a neck cord like the mountain ocarinas.  I think that works a little better.  The Coda is a little bulky, but light and I just have to flip it up to play.  The coda is much lighter than most of my clay ocarinas so it doesn't weigh me down... and it is handy that way.

Suggestions / Re: belt clip
« on: December 26, 2018, 08:15:22 am »
I tried clipping the Coda to the front pocket of my jeans (the most comfortable for me) and this will probably work in the summer when I am not wearing a bulky jacket.  That is how I was wearing it when I got out of my vehicle and the Coda went flying.  Fortunately for me, it didn't go into the lane of traffic, but to the side and in front, instead of behind, because it was so light and quiet when it fell I might not have noticed it.  The black Coda stood out nicely against the white snow.
My point is that it may need a more secure place to travel than the front of your jeans.  As a woman, I don't usually have other pockets, so I may have to resort to carrying it in my purse. (not a bad option, although not preferred) I can take it out of my purse when I get home.
I am experimenting to see if I can manage to keep it on my person at all times.

Suggestions / Re: Toward a More Coda Christmas
« on: December 26, 2018, 07:25:06 am »
I would love to try your other Christmas Carols!  The Coda sounds so good playing Christmas carols. 

General Discussion / My new Coda just arrived
« on: December 22, 2018, 11:51:16 am »
My new Coda just arrived last evening and I didn't get to try it until this morning.  The fingerings are a lot like the double ocarinas I have so I just plunged in and to my delight was able to cover most of the book and all of the Free Christmas Carols download.  What a lovely surprise.  My chief purpose for buying a Coda was to have an instrument that I could bring with me all the time.  I work in a church that has beautiful accoustics but I don't like to lug an instrument around on the off chance that I will have an opportunity to play it.  This is the perfect size, has as good a sound as most of my ocarinas and I know I can bring it with me without worrying about it getting broken. 
The upper chamber is still a challenge.  I am assuming that I need to blow harder in the upper chamber and softer in the lower chamber like the flute?
The Christmas carols download was a lovely mix and I really appreciated the challenging music in the book accompanying the Coda.  The Coda is well worth the money and I hope that it really catches on.

Introductions / Greetings from Canada
« on: December 19, 2018, 06:57:29 am »
I started my woodwind experience with the Mountain ocarinas, then went to recorders, then to the flute, then to clay ocarinas (from mini to triple bass)
I love my flute but it can be difficult.  I love the ocarinas for their consistency.  I love the thought of being able to take an instrument with me.

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