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    Oktoberfest Marsch by Gunther

    Hi everyone!

    This is Gunther's Oktoberfest Marsch rendered with the new
    CONCERT & MARCHING BAND

    It is not overly bass heavy and not full of reverb.
    I think it is a good representation of what a marching band would sound like in the street during a parade.

    The band has stopped to play this number for the crowd.
    Thank you Gunther for allowing me to make this demo of your song.

    Dan

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    Re: Oktoberfest Marsch by Gunther

    Hahahaa! This is cool, man!

    Sounds like I'm at the circus! Kinda makes me want to go get some greasey, buttery popcorn....mmmmmm....
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    Re: Oktoberfest Marsch by Gunther

    yeah! and some cotton candy!


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    Re: Oktoberfest Marsch by Gunther

    Dan and Gunther

    This is outstanding! It sounds amazing and very festive. Fantastic work from both of you. Thank you.
    Kind Regards

    Louis Dekker
    My Music Site

    Pour être grand, il faut avoir été petit.

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    Re: Oktoberfest Marsch by Gunther

    Fun surprise, Dan - I knew Gunther wanted to hear his piece through the new Marching Band library, this is cool that you've gone ahead and done it for him!

    I appreciate the oudoors "in the street" effect, it worked great.

    Another good CoMB demo!

    Randy B.
    (rbowser)

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    Re: Oktoberfest Marsch by Gunther

    Quote Originally Posted by DPDAN
    yeah! and some cotton candy!


    Ugh.....yuck.....man I hate cotton candy.....that stuff bring back too many memories of throwing up on the tilt-o-whirl...
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    Re: Oktoberfest Marsch by Gunther

    Dan,

    Very cool transition to CMB. I sure Gunther appreciates it.

    Gary

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    Re: Oktoberfest Marsch by Gunther

    You changed it from beer mugs and pretzels to hot dogs and cotton candy. This reminds me of Cedar Point, an amusement park a few miles from my parents’ house. I will say, though, that the change was very well done. And the second part of the march (trio?) sounded even more like an American patriotic march.
    Trent P. McDonald

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    Re: Oktoberfest Marsch by Gunther

    Quote Originally Posted by GaryBric
    Dan,

    Very cool transition to CMB. I sure Gunther appreciates it.

    Gary

    www.garybricault.com
    I do. Dan did a very great job!

    If you, like me, are working with a program like Cubase, you can`t exchange the libraries with whish a music was composed without many editing... . I always compose "with" a library!

    All instruments from different libraries have their own attack, sustain- and release time and so on and so on... .

    In my demo with GPO I let the players from all instruments playing like they have drunk some beer... .

    So now, I have downloaded this great arranging from Dan, put it into my cubase and let it play together with my GPO arrangement. And...? WOW!

    It is all synchron! So I know how much work Dan spent to get this result!

    Dan, you are very great!

    Gunther
    "Music is the shorthand of emotion." Leo Tolstoy

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    Re: Oktoberfest Marsch by Gunther

    "...All instruments from different libraries have their own attack, sustain- and release time and so on and so on..."

    Such a good point, Gunther. It never really works to just use a MIDI file, found, played or notated, and run it through a bunch of different instruments and/or sounds and expect it to sound right. Depending on the instrument choices made, a big session or two or three of editing is in store.

    Randy B.
    (rbowser)

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