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    Mozart woodwinds

    I finished a small learning project I started some weeks ago. To learn using woodwinds I rendered the first part of Mozarts divertimento KV439 no 2 for hoboe, clarinet and bassoon. It is a short piece, 1 minute and some seconds. I hope you enjoy it and please comment it, criticize it. TIA.
    Here is the link :divertimento
    Gerard

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    Re: Mozart woodwinds

    Superb. Your balance is dead on. I think some of the passages are a little too clipped. Enjoyed it very much.
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    Lovely! Good work getting the woodwinds to balance well as an ensemble -- often difficult!

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    Re: Mozart woodwinds

    Hi Gerard -

    You made the woodwinds sound wonderful. Very realistic.

    Although, I must agree with valhalx about the clipping. But only at the beginning of the piece. After you hit the halfway mark, it was extremely smooth sailing.

    Regardless the piece was immensely enjoyable.

    Thanks.

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