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9.1) Electronic bagpipes? Are you kidding?




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This article is from the Bagpipe FAQ, by Denise McNickle denisem@southwind.net with numerous contributions by others.

9.1) Electronic bagpipes? Are you kidding?

Not at all. Electronic pipes have been around for several years now.
Incidentally, most electronic pipes do not involve the use of a bag. The sort
of configuration you might expect to see will include a chanter (often
plastic) which is connected to a box containing the electronics. The chanter
usually operates via some type of sensor - either touch pads or embedded
sensors. The "electronic bagpipes" referred to here are all meant to simulate
the GHB. The author is unaware of any electronic versions of other pipes.

 

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