I certainly appreciate all of the orchestral feedback you have been offering so graceously.
I\'ve been experimenting a little bit with a well known tune from \"The Godfather\" This is the tune in D-minor.
I took the Bardstown\'s Archtop Guitar and gave it to the melody and noticed that when I chose not to include any drums or groove except for the Boresendorfer playing straight 8th notes beginning on the upbeat of one, I was able to create two counter melodies using the QLEWSO Trumpet and the 50 piece String ensemble.
Question: Does it seem feasible to any of you that when your extract or chooses to eliminate the so called \"Pop\" drum and supporting Acousstic Bass groove, you open up so much more space for additional counter melodies happening at about the same time?
Maybe this could be a small doorway into orchestral scoring. Of course I need to sift thru SO many other instruments in this 4 volume collection but it may be a beginning for me even though I have selected a well known tune (Probably considerd Pop in genre) played in a legato fashion.
Sorry I don\'t have the MP3 yet..still working on it as an example of what I\'m learning here..