Was it a good one Bluebell? Or another plastic sounding one in the long list?zoco wrote:Seems i have another strayed diatonic blues harp soundfont. Never used it myself so i can't tell if it is a good one.
Will send you a personal message and hope this one is good for you.
Link to good samples/soundfonts at http://wiki.linuxaudio.org/wiki/free_audio_data
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I decided not to use a harp on my current song but ask a guitar player friend to add his stuff, so it will take some time until I can use it in a song actually.zoco wrote:Found a working option already? I am interested if and how you got it done.
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You linked everything that I've been searching for on the forum. Thank you so much!zoco wrote:Possible. You found one of the more expencive.
Look for chromatics. They go up much higher. https://www.amazon.com/Hohner-CX-12-JAZ ... 934&sr=1-5
These are possible too. usd 6.80. https://www.harmonica.com/hohner-bluesb ... -6449.html
You can have a very good Hohner for about usd 20-30.
Or seven for usd 23. https://www.harmonica.com/hohner-piedmont-blues-harmonica-set-7-case-7086.html/harmonicas
And for the Fender fans. 11.99 https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00KZHMZ1K/re ... B0002D00TG
A harp for everyone and each budget.
For blues i can suggest the Hohner Big River. Good quality / price ratio.