I really like the choice of dissonances in the first 00:50secs or so, they brought a neat sense of anticipation as to what the destination would end up being. It was so well done that I felt the end like a slap in the face! Finsish! Finish!
I\'m a clarinet player primarily, very nicely done! Makes me wanna lay off the VSL a bit and pick mine up for that stuff again. Out of curiosity, did you write with pen and paper or sampled clarinet first? Or did you write \"around\" a clarinet part after establishing some basics?
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MalteRathke >>did you had to do much postprocessing in Kontakt after converting from giga??
I did the major reprogramming, so that I can use it more effectively. It was easily done though, since editor of Kontakt is really easy to use. As King wrote in the other thread, new version of Kontakt has much more accurate conversion function. So, it should not be the problem.
MichaelAngelo450 >>Out of curiosity, did you write with pen and paper or sampled clarinet first? Or did you write \"around\" a clarinet part after establishing some basics?
I wrote a 3-track midi sketch first, so that the decision-maker could listen to it. Then I orchestrated it, and I recorded a clarinet looking at the sketch notation of Cubase SX.
Wonderful melody and clarient playing. I don\'t remember your website saying anything about playing the clarient.
Also, good command of VSL - which I think the trem strings can be tricky to work with from other demos I\'ve heard.
I\'m always amazed at how well real instruments blend so well with syth sounds. Wondering if processing (eq/reverb) on the samples is different when incorporating real instruments to make real/synth sound equal?