Vibrato problem

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Grulu
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Vibrato problem

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Hi,
I noticed that when i want to do vibrato on F sound using D hole, my Warbl plays D sound instead vibrato. Vibrato works on all other holes when there is at least one hole space between them. Is it normal or some firmware issue ? I am using Tin whistle fingering chart.
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Re: Vibrato problem

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I believe that what's happening is that when you lower the D finger all the way it plays an F natural, because there is a cross-fingering pattern for that note. You'll see that in the fingering chart here:

https://warbl.xyz/WARBL%20Fingering%20Charts.pdf

You can still play vibrato by lowering your finger partway, but if you lower it all the way it will play the F natural. Another alternative if you're using the standard tin whistle chart is that you can play the vibrato with your fourth finger. If you're using the "chromatic" chart, lowering the 4th finger all the way will again play an F natural because it flattens any note by on semitone.
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Re: Vibrato problem

Post by Grulu »

Ok, now i understand :) Thank you for explaining that to me.
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