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    Something completely different - no music

    I try to listen to your pieces as much as possible, but sometimes one or two slips through. I apologize for that. But what I want with this question/subject is to invite you all to tell the audience how you achieved a particular sound.

    In some pieces the strings sound a bit artificial, in others more lively and as in real life (just to mention a group of instruments, it applies also to other instruments). But the question for newbies (I think I am still a newbie) remains: How did he/she do this. What did he/she do to make this or that sound like a "real life" performance?

    Today I listened again to some demo's in the Gar. demo area and found out that there are some "hidden" articulations, accents, timbres and nuances I couldn't realize with all my testing, trying, etc.

    It really should help us, new GPO-ers

    Raymond

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    Re: Something completely different - no music

    Raymond,

    maybe it would be too time-consuming if every composer writes down his/her full working process with every piece. If something sounds well to you then the best would be if you ask directly in the thread of the piece.

    Hannes
    All your strings belong to me!
    www.strings-on-demand.com

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    Re: Something completely different - no music

    This type of message would be more appropriate in the General Discussion area.

    Larry
    Larry G. Alexander
    www.alexandermusic.com

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    Re: Something completely different - no music

    I withdraw the question.

    Raymond

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    Re: Something completely different - no music

    Quote Originally Posted by Raymond62
    I withdraw the question.

    Raymond
    Don't get your knickers in a wad. When you make a non-music-file post like that, someone's composition is simultaneously shoved off into never-never land at the bottom of the page. There is a separate forum for general discussion. That is all to which I'm referring.

    Regards,

    Larry
    Larry G. Alexander
    www.alexandermusic.com

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    Re: Something completely different - no music

    Quote Originally Posted by Larry G. Alexander
    Don't get your knickers in a wad. When you make a non-music-file post like that, someone's composition is simultaneously shoved off into never-never land at the bottom of the page. There is a separate forum for general discussion. That is all to which I'm referring.

    Regards,

    Larry

    Larry, sorry, it was not personal, but I saw the foolishness(spelling!) of this question. Later I will rephrase it in General Discussion.

    Raymond

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    Re: Something completely different - no music

    Quote Originally Posted by Raymond62
    Larry, sorry, it was not personal, but I saw the foolishness(spelling!) of this question. Later I will rephrase it in General Discussion.

    Raymond
    Your question wasn't foolishness (and you spelled it correctly.)

    Larry
    Larry G. Alexander
    www.alexandermusic.com

  8. #8

    Re: Something completely different - no music

    Just as a general comment, Raymond, all of us are
    "newbies" -- even those who have been at it for years!

    I've made the point elsewhere that learning these tools
    is, in many ways, very much like learning a "real"
    instrument.

    Just as, say, a pianist, even after decades of experience,
    continues to grow and learn; so also with these tools.

    For that reason, there are no foolish questions -- other
    than the ones you do not ask
    .

    My best,


    David
    www.DavidSosnowski.com
    .

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    Re: Something completely different - no music

    Quote Originally Posted by etLux
    Just as a general comment, Raymond, all of us are
    "newbies" -- even those who have been at it for years!.
    Thank you. I will rephrase it tomorrow in general discussion.
    But .... some hints on the basis of a well known piece, with examples can be another tutorial titled: "To get that violin sound" or something like that.

    Raymond - let's end this discussion in this thread.

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