Very lively and sparkling. The tempo nuances were superb and the harspichord part was brilliant. The Ambience reverb was a little thick, though, so the individual parts tended to wash out. Thoroughly enjoyable.
For those curious for different type of interpretation, here is a GPO rendition of the same Brandenburg Concerto:
The upper harpsichord parts are missing (leaving only the unfigured bass?), and the performance is not as lively, being based on algorithms. The individual lines are more distinct, probably because of the use of convolution reverb.
The algorithmic-based SuperConductor performance is by Dr. Manfred Clynes, converted using a KeyKit program, mixed in the Muzys sequencer using the free 350seat impulses from www.noisevault.com and the free SIR reverb.
I'll be starting a thread soon about computer-assisted algorithmic performance, but the cats among us can browse the other GPO snippets at my site: http://ybacuo.wusik.com
Excellent Fabio....we could say Fabiolus!! YbaCuO may be correct in that a tad less reverb might be better......there again perhaps not. I don't think YbaCuO's version is terribly different in that respect.
YbaCuO's effort is also good....remarkably so, as it is using algorithms! I look forward to the thread as algorithmic composition has always interested me.
I am glad you discovered your work here. I am glad it encouraged you. You are a master! You may be pleased to know I played this at some conferences and people were very impressed. I hope you share more of your work.