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Topic: MORPHING Generation CELLO: something promising...

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    Exclamation MORPHING Generation CELLO: something promising...

    I think that the following thread is quite intersting for evaluation of the new upcoming technologies: the Cello seems to be another stimulating sample of it...

    The Gofriller Cello played by different artists; different sound!

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    Oct 2000
    Orcas Island

    Re: MORPHING Generation CELLO: something promising...


    Thanks for posting this. Here is a copy of the original post:

    Quote Originally Posted by Garritan
    Fabio has taken Joaz' version of "The Swan" (posted in the Listening Room) and has made a different interpretation from his MIDI file.

    "The Swan" - Interpretation by Fabio
    If you want to listen to a higher res aif file instead of the mp3 you can download it here: http://www.garritan.com/Strad/fabio-SwanIR.aif (It's 31MB)

    Both Fabio and Joaz are helping in the testing of this new instrument and their differing versions show the versatility of the instrument. Please do not make this into a Fabio vs. Joaz discussion (and please note that Fabio used a more recent version of the Gofriller). Both did excellent and very different renditions.

    The fact that the same software solo instrument can make two completely different versions is and exciting development.

    We are no longer dealing with the same static samples, but with new technology that provides for artistic interpretation. Two different interpretations of the same piece shows the expressive nature of this instrument and how timbre manipulations are possible.

    Thanks Fabio and Joaz for showing what is possible and for helping us with the development of the Gofriller Cello.


    Gary Garritan

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    Re: MORPHING Generation CELLO: something promising...

    Hearing the two different versions has been most

    Perhaps this very same approach could be taken
    with a few other pieces, as well!


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