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    First steps with GOS

    I have GS since about 4 weeks and GOS since about 2 weeks. Last nigth I could reproduce a short exempt of one of my compositions with the library. It is a different style of music, as most of the samples I could hear on the internet using GOS. It is on my site at http://www.iwanroth-sax.com, the path is English -My Studio -the name is Diadem. It is a short exempt out of an 9 minute orchestra piece. 1.1 mb, download between 1 and 5 minutes.
    Any feed back and comments will be highly appreciated

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    IGOR

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    Re: First steps with GOS

    I like the piece Igor, very abstract and modern. I\'d like to hear more of it though!
    I thought maybe the reverb level could come up a little more to create a slightly larger hall sound. Of course, it\'s hard to judge on mp3 and these little polk audio computer speakers and it\'s all subjective anyway.
    Nice job.


    [This message has been edited by Damon (edited 11-15-2001).]

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    Re: First steps with GOS

    Thank you for listening. The reverb is made with Altiverb. I just got it yesterday, so the least you can say is that I am not an expert with it, but to me it is the best reverb that I ever used.

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    IGOR

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    Re: First steps with GOS

    Hey Igor,

    I would like to listen to it, but your website seems to be down. Can you look at it?

    Martin

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    Re: First steps with GOS

    Hi Martin,
    I just went to my homepage and for me it did worked fine, but maybe they had temporary failure

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    Re: First steps with GOS

    Try http://www.iwanroth-sax.com/

    There was a comma making the original link bad


    I listened IGOR, really wild and entertaining. I think the mix could do beter with some more placement in the stereo field but the reverb sounds nice. Great for your first try with GOS. I think there needs to be som eediting of short bow velocities and articulations to get away from the samples getting played twice next to each other.

    Still its a great piece

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    Really...I am an Idiot

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    Re: First steps with GOS

    Thanks for listening King Idiot and for your comments, which I really do appreciate. I know that I have a lot to learn in order ti use GOS to the full potential and it will take some time. But I am gratefull for all comments and for the help I do receive on this chatpage.



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    IGOR

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    Re: First steps with GOS

    Than you Martini,

    This is food for my soul! I did also remade a String Quartet with GigaSudio, but unfortunately I do have no Garritan Solo Strings, so I had to it with Siedlaczec. Maybe I will some day? Gary. if you read this, think about it, you already have your first client for the Garittan Solo Strings. Since I have some experience with (real) strings - my first instrument was violin, I would be honored to be a betatester.



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    IGOR

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    Re: First steps with GOS

    <BLOCKQUOTE><font size=\"1\" face=\"Verdana, Arial\">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by IGOR:
    I did also remade a String Quartet with GigaSudio, but unfortunately I do have no Garritan Solo Strings, so I had to it with Siedlaczec.<HR></BLOCKQUOTE>

    Hi Igor,

    I would really like to hear your string quartet. I never heard chamber music performed with GS... and I am very curious to hear how it sounds like. Of course, we would all love to get Gary\'s solo strings... but while waiting, did you think about Dan Dean\'s?

    Martin

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    Re: First steps with GOS

    Hi Martini,
    Thanks again!
    I will probably put the String Quartet on the net after I have ¨treated¨ it with Altiverb, but since, at least I do think so, my music is very dependent on sounds and articulations, it gives with the Siedlaczek, is not really as I want. I do not know the Dan Deans solo strings, it is as good as GOS? I ordered the Dan Deans Woodwind, but have not received then yet. Since I bought numerous libraries I finally do not use, I want to be sure of the quality.


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    IGOR

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