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Topic: VSL VI oboe demo -- Britten's Pan

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    VSL VI oboe demo -- Britten's Pan

    Here is my version of Benjamin Britten's Pan from Six Metamorphoses after Ovid for unaccompanied oboe.

    This piece is a bit more modern than my usual selections but I think the repeated staccato passages are a lot of fun.

    Hope you like it.

    Best,
    Jay

    http://vsl.co.at/Player.aspx?DemoId=4686&Lang=1

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    Re: VSL VI oboe demo -- Britten's Pan

    Very nice. (As usual...)


    What reverb do you use ?

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    Re: VSL VI oboe demo -- Britten's Pan

    Hi Crystal--

    The reverb is Wizooverb W2.

    Best,
    Jay

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    Jay, it is a very expressive solo. The sound is modulated in a so musical way. A possible improvement, as you do sometime: a little of noises (keys and reed-mouth, breath) is nearly expected by the listener, because of the high realism!

    cheers

    Fabio

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    Re: VSL VI oboe demo -- Britten's Pan

    Tip-Top Jay. Nice legato runs.

    regards Joe

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    Re: VSL VI oboe demo -- Britten's Pan

    Wow! Nice oboe sound. Very expressive and realistic. Good job on the demo!

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    Re: VSL VI oboe demo -- Britten's Pan

    There's something about this oboe's tone that hurts my ears, as if a certain mid frequency is exaggerated. Does the oboe always sounds that nasal or am I hypersensitive today?


    Alex

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