As a big fan of Andean music, Carlos tried to learn how to play several authentic instruments. He managed to master, flute, siku, ocarina, pututos, and even whistles. Then he tried to learn how to play wind instruments from other cultures, including dizi (China), didjeridoo (Australia), and pan-flute (Romania) as well as Irish and American Indian flutes.
The deep love Carlos had for the ancient music of indigenous people and their instruments hoped the musician create unique projects. It wasn’t easy to book Carlos Carty due to his busy schedule and specific approach to work. He was constantly researching something and looking for new-old melodies.
While living in Brazil, Carty came to know a big variety of percussions. He was invited to Globo TV, festivals, and school seminars, where he taught the kids to develop their talent and not forget their roots.