This is a rather subjective list of resources at present. Simply presenting my favourite stuff to you. It will be added to in the future as more people give me ideas and suggestions that they have found of interest. in the meantime I hope you find this list of some use.
Tunepal is absolutely fabulous. Not only can you look up tunes, if you know there names, and get the dots. You can also play a tune into you phone/tablet and Tunepal will find the tune and the music, for you! AMAZING.
Cleartune is the best tuner app I have found so far. Very clear and easy to use.
This is very subjective list of one at present because this is the studio that I run myself. My greatest love is to record folk artists but I don’t often get the chance as there aren’t so many around. If you want to record a track or a whole album, in the studio or at another venue with my mobile set-up, then please consider me as a possibility as I’m great value and I’ve been recording for 15 years now.
Metloef Irish drums - excellent Bodhrans
Oakwood instruments - where I got my bouzouki
John Stephen Ryan - violin maker and repairer - very skilled and lovely man. Set up my violin which is now like a fabulous new instrument.
Derek Roberts Violins - Although a maker he also sells cheaper instruments that are set up correctly and sound much better for it. A vast improvement from ‘off the shelf’ options!
Pete Shaw - Musician and Teacher with a large resource of tunes etc
Audiotree - good local CD production company - great to deal with and great value