OK, here's the deal with this.
We did a little throwaway song at the end of an album two years ago. It's kind of a little Pink Floyd meets Lucky Man chill out song. A compilation has requested to use it and we thought we could find a much more interesting way of doing the song for it.
So, we got the bright idea that we could play with all the new fun toys and do a symphonic version of it. This will be our test for
A) how does GOS sound with a band, and
B) how does it sound layered with real strings???
So here's Stage One: scratch piano (GPO!!), drums, a vocal and the GOS strings. BTW I tried payering the GOS strings with the lush patches from GPO and the effect was pretty stunning. Unfortunately GPO was putting out some garbage in the audio. I suspect it's related to the controller wheel data but I have to fgure that out. So this version is al GOS. (of course this is a really rough mix- there's not even bass yet!!)
Stage Two should occur by early next week and have the real violin, viola and cello added. I'll post reults as soon as I have them!!
BTW if you want a comparison with the original, here it is:
This file has a glitch in the middle- I just couldn't get the tune to rip!! I tried two copies of it, too.