Amaze your friends and relatives by playing Scottish melodies, just blow into the microphone and touch the right keys to dip your house and everything else in a magical atmosphere. Approach this wonderful but little known musical instrument and discover the scot that's inside you!
▪ Blow into the microphone to play, it’s like a real Scottish bagpipe! The virtual air bag fills up and you can start playing.
▪ Tutorials; follow them to immediately start playing magical melodies! They will help and teach you how to play some melodies.
▪ Simple but realistic; the virtual Bagpipe is easier to play than the real one, everybody can play it, but we still preserved a great realism;
▪ Amazing animations and “Flat Design” graphic!
… and much more!
Play, and become a master like Hevia!
Connect your device to an external speaker for a better sound.
The most famous bagpipe is the Scottish Great Highland Bagpipe, but there are many kinds of it from many countries, like the French Musette de cour, the Italians zampogna, piva, müsa and baghèt, the Spanish gaita, …
It is essentially made by the reeds (drones) that play a base bass sound, a bag that the player inflates by blowing air into it (and which is the "lung" of the instrument) and by a "Chanter" upon which the player creates the melody.
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1. gently blow into the microphone, the drones will start playing the typical background sound of the bagpipe;
2. touch one hole at a time to hear the notes;
3. keep an eye the air indicator, when the air is about to finish you will need to blow into the microphone again or the bagpipe will stop playing!
4. to stop the sound simply press the STOP button.
Ratings and Reviews
I would recommend....
..... it to anyone who likes this sort of thing but it could do with more tutorial songs to play like the The Black Bear.
The chanter is difficult to see clearly enough against the background colour. A light, plain coloured background would be better. The “holes” could have white rings round the edges. I had trouble doing the crunluath because of this.😂
Good points are: you can turn on auto blowing on in settings.
You can just press “play” and play whatever you want. I tried “Arthur Bignold of lochrosque” ((if that’s how it’s spelled)
I can play the pipes...not
Good wee app, after only 5-10 minutes i was able to play Highland Cathedral on it 😀
Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.