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Mountain Ocarinas; Quality durable inline ocarinas
Topic Started: 20 Nov 2009, 04:02 PM (39,263 Views)
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Yeah, that's the first thing I noticed about MO's sound, it's kinda buzzy. It seems to work well for the kind of music that Ubizmo plays, don't think it would work so well with my style of music however.
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Getting a Warmstone G for chrissy :D
it's going to be fan-folk-tastic :)
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the notes on other ocarinas are nearly too pure to me in many ways. I really enjoy playing a lot of fast paced Celtic music, and I think the MO is better equipped for that sort of music in many ways.

Definately a difference in tone between MO and other ocs. Most of the stuff I play isn't all that suitable for them, but they are perfect for Irish/Celtic/medieval sort of music..
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Well, having multiple negatives can slightly change the meaning of the sentence, though it's not usually intentional and people actually meant what it would mean if it only had one.

Example:
when asked if you know where someone is: I don't know where he's not.
That doesn't actually answer the question, it just states that you don't know all of the places that the person is not currently at.
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