by Syntheway Virtual Musical Instruments channel
Tags: The Kesh Jig, Pan Flute, Syntheway
http://syntheway.net - The Kesh Jig (Traditional Irish) arranged for Flute and Accordion (DAL "Pan" Flute, and Harmodion "Accordion" VST Plugins Software) VST Virtual Instruments: 1.- DAL Flute VSTi (Pan Flute mode) Windows, Mac OS X http://dalflute.syntheway.net 2.- Harmodion VSTi (Accordion presets) Windows http://harmodion.syntheway.net Additional Plugin: Includes SF2 bass samples hosted on Fantasize SoundFont Player VSTi * Note: Also known as The Castle Jig, Kerrigan’s Jig, The Kesh Mountain, The Kincora Jig, The Mountaineers’ March.
by Adventures in Fitness
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Tags: fitness industry, fitness professionals, personal trainer
A regular light-hearted podcast with Phil & Glen, two personal trainers in N.Ireland. Broadcasting each time from a different venue, we meet & and interview new & established people in the local health & fitness industry and discuss the latest topics.
by Nickaway's beach phlog
Tags: water clarity, red tide, high tide
Hi good morning mate it's Nick Away. Had a storm come through about 4:00 this morning. It's still cracking it on about for an hour or so it got some well needed rain on the Ireland ___ and there was anchovy(?) riding the surf right on the surf line first got a lot of girls work them over water is pretty high and it is high tide of course and it's dropping major in the course of the day and there's very little wind and the water clarity look good. No new wind and definitely no red tide at the moment. Anyhow this is Nick Away from Break Away you all have a great day. This report is brought to you by Break Away US dot com and Nick Away media or Nick Away dot com. Thanks for your support. Want to know what the beach is like. Break Away does a daily beach report Monday to Friday. This report is sponsored by spoon alert reach out and touch them with spoon is long cast in words. The fish
by Ron's phlog
Tags: jenny morgan, tourism ireland, visiting ireland
Greetings, world! Admittedly, this is nerdy, but we'll make the most of it as we create 'audio postcards' about responsible travel. Today we're starting Responsible Tourism Week and this is the second reading of the Tweets from the start of Responsible Tourism Week, Day #2 Details http://storify.com/ronmader/rtweek2012 http://planeta.wikispaces.com/rtweek2012
by Birmingham Skeptics
I chat with the marvellous Becs O’Neill of the Dublin Skeptics about science, skepticism and religion in Ireland. You can hear more of her at www.skeprechauns.com. Enjoy.