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    Good Morning Africa

    Do you want to hear how GPO blends into world music?

    ftp://213.189.138.53/GoodMorningAfrica.mp3

    This is a temp track for a upcoming project and therefore not finished - just to give a idea...

    Instruments used:
    Contrabass Clarinette
    English Horn 1 Solo
    GPO Strings
    Non-GPO:
    Duduk Rare Instruments
    Sounds of music maker 2004
    Korg Karma

    hope you enjoy
    fmfgs

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    Smile Re: Good Morning Africa

    Very nicely evocative, fm! I can almost see the giraffe moving along in their stately manner over the Kalahari. (That image may be amplified currently by ready the 4th book in the "No. 1 Ladies Detective Agency" by Alexander McCall Smith!)

    So was "Music Maker 2004" your "sequencer" for this? I hadn't heard of it before, so I looked it up and it seems like it is either a VST (equivalent) or a Cubase equivalent.

    I took a quick listen to the demo (at mtlc.com) on the Duduk instruments and it's quite impressive.

    Cool stuff! KevinKauai

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    Re: Good Morning Africa

    WOW! This is fantastic!! VERY polished and professional! It never ceases to amaze me how versatile the GPO can be.
    You have really incorporated all those instruments organically. VERY well done!
    I'm a fellow Korg user too! (TritonLe)

    Thanks so much for sharing this!


    Jerry Wickham


    Quote Originally Posted by fmfgs
    Do you want to hear how GPO blends into world music?

    ftp://213.189.138.53/GoodMorningAfrica.mp3

    This is a temp track for a upcoming project and therefore not finished - just to give a idea...

    Instruments used:
    Contrabass Clarinette
    English Horn 1 Solo
    GPO Strings
    Non-GPO:
    Duduk Rare Instruments
    Sounds of music maker 2004
    Korg Karma

    hope you enjoy
    fmfgs

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    Re: Good Morning Africa

    Quote Originally Posted by KevinKauai

    So was "Music Maker 2004" your "sequencer" for this? I

    Cool stuff! KevinKauai
    Thank you Kevin
    music maker is a cheap tool for kids to do there loop based productions. It comes with a library of modern loops in different styles. Besides that this (and the Korg Karma) is the favorite music tool of my 9 year old son, I like using it for quick tracks in styles that are usually "not my cup of tea". Since it is very fast and intuitive to work with, I sometimes create orchestral loops and combine them with my growing library. And its fun to see the face of "pros" when you tell them you made your praised track with a toy...
    For sequencing I use cubase since it came out on the atari...
    rené

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