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.
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 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?
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.
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.
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.
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.