Here is another fun fiddle tune jig called Coleraine! I hope you like it! =)
This was one of the first tunes I learned in a fiddle jam. I had never been to a jam before and was really nervous about trying to play. As soon as I heard this tune, it instantly became one of my favorites, and I had to learn it! To me, it has sort of a "royalty" melody to it.. I always imagine a king walking around a big fancy castle all noble and king-like. Maybe that's just me? It's really fun to play, and I hope you like this version! =)
There's something really neat about minor Irish tunes. They are so much fun to play!
This location is in Arvada just off of Interstate 70 heading west into the Rocky Mountains in Colorado. When I drove past it for the first time, I knew I'd have to go back and make a video! The music and violin part is an overlay as there were lots of "highway noises" in the background. There is a neat little walking path for pedestrians and bicyclists, which was nice. A few people stopped and wanted to take my picture. They sent me the pictures later, which was really nice of them. They turned out great! This is a good spot for a photo-shoot!
Thank you for watching!
Software and equipment used:
Software used (for Macintosh):
Garageband for attempted sound mixing
Final Cut Pro for video editing
Sunset enhanced with the Anamorphic Lens Flare plugin from FCPEffects:
Plugins for sound effects (I have A LOT to learn in this department!):
East West plugins – Goliath Virtual Instrument
Best Service Forest Kingdom II by Eduardo Tarilonte (See: bestservice.de)
Microphone for audio recording: