The first two pieces are ready now. Rendered to the best I could with Sonar. It was quite an undertaking to do. You will notice a difference in panning than normal. I used the seating plan of the Philharmonia Orchestra: Luzern 2002. Google for "Orchestral Seat Plans"".
Symphonic Poem - The Hague - part 1 - Boxnet
Symphonic Poem - The Hague - part 2 - Boxnet
[I just found out that the MP3 versions don't have the quality I had in mind]
Poem-part1 - eSnips
Poem-part2 - eSnips
[a much better quality - less compression - takes ages to download]
Symphonic Poem about The Hague - part 1. It tells the story of a walk through the Royal City of The Hague. At sunrise the city awakes and all activities come to life, like heavy drilling, workmen at building construction sites, heavy traffic and suddenly one passes the Royal Palace, The historical Houses of Parliament and other famous buildings, some street musicians play their tunes and suddenly you get back into the "modern" world to end this impressionistic walk.
Symphonic Poem about The Hague - part 2. At the end of World War II, March 3rd 1945, due to a tragic error, the British bombers, bombarded a part of the town, instead of the V2 launching area nearby. This piece pictures the grieve after the silence fell in again and people woke up from their initial shock to find their beloved ones dead and their houses ruined and in flames. Two months later the war ended.
I used SIR with Convolution LEXICON PCM90Halls/ORCH-concerthall.
Enjoy and any comments are welcome,
Now going for the two other pieces, more lightfooted than the first two, I promise,