If you remember me, i was active on the forum here a little last year. I posts several of my work on here to mixed reviews, learned about the machine gun effect and how to fix it, and listened to some great work and met a lot of interesting people. I took a brief hiatus, and i back logged on about two week ago. Since then, i've been quiet moving about the forum, listen to more of promising composers music and seeing what everyone is up to. This time, i wanted to share this familiar masterwork with everyone here.
Here is my recording of this wonderful work and one of my favorite symphonies: Berlioz's Symphonie Fantastique. I worked for hours on this, fine tuning each and nuance i possibly could (and worked my hardest to elimate the machine gun effect), including tempi and instrument specifications: i even had to employ several other instruments from soundfonts. So, technically, i am 'conducting' this performance.
Everything is GPO4, except the following:
The trumpets, which was a free soundfont called (trumpet vibrato)
The cornet, which was another free SF
The E-Flat clarinet, yet another free SF
The timpani in the 3rd and 4th movements (from Project Sam's True Strike)
The col legno strings, more free SFs
and the snare drum from the 4th movement, which was a giga file from the G-Town sampling project converted to use with GPO4 in the aria player.
And please, nothing technical this time. Just enjoy the music