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    Suite Of Change For Wind Ensemble

    Three episodes of different naćure.
    for Winds.
    Gary



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    Re: Suite Of Change For Wind Ensemble

    Hello, Gary - You certainly are a prolific fellow! You, Larry, Ron, GaryBric - you guys are impossible to keep up with!

    There's that characteristic quirkiness I associate with the Mosse sound, and in one of the most satisfying settings I've heard from your studio. The off kilter ambling of your Wind Ensemble in the first piece is great fun.

    Volume on the more mysterious second movement was extremely low at first - I wasn't positive the MP3 was still playing until I checked, then boosted my volume knob.

    Similar volume issue at the start of the 3rd movement - which is probably my favorite in this suite by the way.

    Your reverb is back!--and sounding fine.

    It was a great time I had just now listening, Gary - Thanks!

    Randy B.

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    Re: Suite Of Change For Wind Ensemble

    Thanks for listening, Randy.
    I recorded this about 4 times. At first, it seemed like every player had a mike. I turned down the master in the mixer, but then the vibes didn't sound. Then I turned down low register instruments-bass clar. bari, tromb., euph. & tuba and turned up the vibes. The vibes were at the highest setting but still low.
    What do you think about continuity? Does it fit together? I'm thinking it may need another movement or extend the 3rd segment. Any thoughts?
    Gary

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    Re: Suite Of Change For Wind Ensemble

    Quirky, quizzical, and a smile-bringer, Gary; particularly
    the first section... I like the talk-back bouncing rhythmically
    among the parts in that.

    Nice [musical] balance across the whole of it; though, as
    Randy noted, a little more work on getting instrument and
    overall volume levels in better trim would benefit the rendering.

    My best,



    David
    www.DavidSosnowski.com
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