Thanks So much Jerome.
I'm playing a Persian Hammer Dulcimer (Santoor) although they sound very close to the western dulcimers but due to the special 1/4 notes and scales that we have I'm not sure if it can be helpful for me.
As you know dulcimers have a lot of wires to tune (in my case 72) and they are easily get of tune and switching between scales are not that easy because we have limited notes (in may case only 24 notes). So I designed and made a MIDI-Hammer Dulcimer which you can basically play with hammers and it will send the MIDI info (Notes + velocity) to the computer or DAW. Then by sampling and choosing the right scales you can play forever without a need for tuning as well as switching the scales will be as easy as pressing a button
I had some latency issues but by installing ASIO I resolved it tonight and it sounds really good. Now All I need is a learn on how to record/sample my instrument properly. Because at the moment I'm just using my laptop MIC which is quiet noisy.
Any guidance on how to do this? I'm an amture musican and don't have proper recording equipment. Is there a place I can take my instrument to and get it recorded? Thx for all the help.