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    Once again Eric, Thanks for RMX

    Eric,

    Had a very short time to write this cue and RMX saved my bacon again. Many thanks for a great product (any new SAGE's coming soon.)?


    http://www.robelliottmusic.com/mp3s/...fe%20outro.mp3


    Rob
    Rob Elliott Music
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    Re: Once again Eric, Thanks for RMX

    (Great work, by the way -- I loved that piece. Very nice and subtle use of RMX/effects)...

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    Re: Once again Eric, Thanks for RMX

    Thanks Toykotain - RMX makes it easy AND fast.

    Rob
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    Re: Once again Eric, Thanks for RMX

    That's really cool.
    The jam out at the end makes me wish I was brought up a pianist instead of a guitarist .

    Kyle
    www.NineVoltAudio.com
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    My guitarist brother would beg to differ

    Thanks though for your nice comments Kyle. This brief outro has some quite cool CGI stuff going on. It was fun to work this section (personally wished it was a longer outro - to stretch out a bit

    Rob
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    Re: Once again Eric, Thanks for RMX

    Once again, I'm hearing what I think are the vsl chamber strings?

    I've really been tempted to take the plunge on them. From a production/effectiveness/etc, would you say they've served you well, Rob? The spic/marc tonality seems really pointed, which I like.

    Nice gear shift with the piano blocking outro; great unique sound.

    Nice piece!

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    Re: Once again Eric, Thanks for RMX

    Quote Originally Posted by Flare
    Once again, I'm hearing what I think are the vsl chamber strings?

    I've really been tempted to take the plunge on them. From a production/effectiveness/etc, would you say they've served you well, Rob? The spic/marc tonality seems really pointed, which I like.

    Nice gear shift with the piano blocking outro; great unique sound.

    Nice piece!

    Thanks Flare for the nice comments. I really have appreciated the Chamber strings in my projects. They are quite useful. Can't beat them for divisi writing. They will not give you that lush 'hollywood sound' - but there are many moments like in this cue where you need something else. With the spic patches - I often think of them as part of my percussion section

    IMHO - money well spent.


    Rob
    Rob Elliott Music
    www.robelliottmusic.com

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    Re: Once again Eric, Thanks for RMX

    Just picked up Worra's TBO and stuck that on this track - WOW!!! For those looking for a VERY expressive and flexible (all kinds of dynamic range) - this is the one.

    Rob
    Rob Elliott Music
    www.robelliottmusic.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by NineVOltAudio
    That's really cool.
    The jam out at the end makes me wish I was brought up a pianist instead of a guitarist .

    Kyle
    www.NineVoltAudio.com
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    I personally, can't imagine the world without the Ninevolt stuff.... so Kyle... I'm glad you're a guitarist,......... and not necessarily a pianist. Woooot!!!!!

    Quote:.........."there are no mistakes"

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    Wink Re: Once again Eric, Thanks for RMX

    And Rob,..... really nice work here!!!!

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