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    first movement of caprice

    Trio for Flute, Clarinet, and Bassoon. I've previously posted this work,
    but I feel this is close to final form. This is only the 1st movemen†.
    I would like comments on the music-not how the recording is. I think David has hit upon why my audio has suffered. I was going into each of the Gpo modules and adjusting dials. However, there is no ambience I can work wi†h o†her †han the room sizes in the MIXER.
    thanks,
    Gary

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    Re: first movement of caprice

    Hi, Gary

    Without fail I always enjoy your compositions. This is probably my favorite - Caprice indeed! Perfect title for this playful, mischievous piece of musical texture. Now I'm wondering what you have in mind for subsequent movements.

    Thanks for this very engaging piece!

    Randy B.
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    Re: first movement of caprice

    Very interesting composition. I enjoyed this. I’m looking forward to were you are going with the other movements.
    Trent P. McDonald

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    Gary, you can't get to Ambience from the Mixer in Finale;
    at least not that I know of.

    Open the VST setup dialogue (where you select and set
    up the VST's), you'll see Ambience down the bottom of
    that.

    Best,



    David
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    Re: first movement of caprice

    Thanks for listening Randy & Trent.
    David, on the Mac, the VST is called AU, but there is no ambience inside that folder. Should this be downloaded in Finale, or from Garritan?
    Thanks,

    Gary

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    Quote Originally Posted by garymosse
    Thanks for listening Randy & Trent.
    David, on the Mac, the VST is called AU, but there is no ambience inside that folder. Should this be downloaded in Finale, or from Garritan?
    Thanks,

    Gary
    Dang, forgot you were on a Mac, my friend, sorry.

    Maybe post over in General Discussion on it -- somebody will
    know the answer right away to that.

    I do vaguely seem to recall something about Ambience not
    being included on MacIntel, though (I could be wrong on
    that) -- didn't you upgrade to a MacIntel a while ago... or
    have I got that confused with someone else, Gary? I read
    quite a few posts, so I do have difficulty keeping track of
    who's running what.

    My best,



    David
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    Re: first movement of caprice

    Yes David, i do use a mac intel. I followed the threads
    about mac intel issues and it was truely confusing.
    I will check earlier pos†s.
    Thanks David.

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    Quote Originally Posted by garymosse
    Yes David, i do use a mac intel. I followed the threads
    about mac intel issues and it was truely confusing.
    I will check earlier pos†s.
    Thanks David.
    As I say, Gary, I don't follow the MacIntel side, as I'm on WinXP,
    myself; so check carefully on that Ambience matter. I'm not
    sure on that at all; just thought I saw something to that effect
    noted in one of the threads over, oh, maybe the last couple
    of weeks. I took a quick look myself, but I can't seem to locate
    it. It might be easiest to entitle a thread Ambience, Finale, and
    MacIntel
    in the support section.

    David
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    Re: first movement of caprice

    You have presented a piece with lots of interesting suprises - there are themes that repeat but in so many variations and different ways, swirls and turns most capricious.

    I really like the way you end it, it seems to me there are some subtle deviations from the form of the majority of the piece. I look forward to hearing where this is taken in teh remaining parts of the work.

    Thanks for sharing.

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    Re: first movement of caprice

    Thanks Alan,
    I am not fixed to following forms. I almost always get distracted. Your de†ec†ion of form is good news †o me since I don't always follow form.
    Gary

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