This was posted over at the Sonar forum, and I thought y'all would enjoy it. 37 different cello parts. The music is beautiful and the video is a lot of fun. Enjoy!
A fantastic media presentation and kudos to Ethan Winer for such a magnificent performance. Actually, being a videographer plus a musician, I thought the video was every bit as good as the cello performance.
Awesome creativity in this video.
Thans for bringing this to us, Shazbot
P.S. Beat ya, David.........LOL
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Brilliant! I love this guy!
Although I'm not sure about the title. The tempo seemed pretty constant to me
THAT was spectacular. Amazing. It makes me realize how so many different sounds can come from a single insrument. And, with his technique, it made me realize how far away from virtuosity I truly am at my own instruments. (piano - guitar - strings)
(time to go practice. )
Nothing like a little kick in the pants to get motivated.
HE'S AN ARTIST. full stop.
Beatiful. One cello is wonderful, 37 is paradise It almost makes me want to dig my old cello out of the mothballs
A beautiful, fantastic reminder in two capacities:
1) We're just fooling ourselves that our virtual instruments can capture the expression capable in real instruments. (But if we recognize this fact, we're for the better, not worse: perspective is a powerful tool.)
2) Conversely, real instruments can realise even more expressive potential when combined with the power of technology.
What can I say? I am Floored. !!!!!!!!!!!!
(The Nut )
All I have to say... Awesome.