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  1. #1
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    Vote for Orchestration Challenge 16

    It's time to vote for Orchestral Challenge #16

    As the winner of Challenge 15, Theme Meister Owen (englishgent) created the theme for this round.

    We received 3 entries this time (perhaps because of Spring break).

    Many thanks to Owen for the theme. Thanks again to Sean for putting this all together and hosting the entries. And a big thanks to all of the participants.

    This is a "one-vote-per-person" poll. We'll keep the voting open for about two weeks.

    The choices are:

    Entry 1 - http://www.wizardwalk.com/duel2/Entry01_Chall16.mp3
    Entry 2 - http://www.wizardwalk.com/duel2/Entry02_Chall16.mp3
    Entry 3 - http://www.wizardwalk.com/duel2/Entry03_Chall16.mp3


    Have fun and good luck!

    Gary Garritan

  2. #2

    Re: Vote for Orchestration Challenge 16

    Wow. I know this is said basically every challenge, but those were all amazing!!!
    I'm kinda glad I didn't enter, I don't think i could've topped any of those! Great job for those who took the time to enter, and thanks englishgent for the fabulous (and obviously versatile) theme!
    Michael Obermeyer, Jr.
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  3. #3

    Re: Vote for Orchestration Challenge 16

    Awesome! The vote is up!

    Good luck!
    string quartet (ˈstriŋ kwȯr-ˈtet) n. a good violinist, a bad violinist, an ex-violinist, and someone who hates violinists, all getting together to complain about composers

  4. #4

    Re: Vote for Orchestration Challenge 16

    Celtic and awesome. Nice renditions everyone! I am sorry I couldn't get in on the fun this time. I had major issues with my computer, OS hard drive, graphics card and audio interface. Other than that, all is going just peachy.

    I have most of my issues resolved through 2 weeks of formating hard drives and re-installing software (now where is that authorization code for GPO anyway?)

    I know this is a small entry group, but we have had that before. What I hear may be a small group of compositions but WOW they are great to listen to. Congratulations to all and good luck!


    [Music is the Rhythm, Harmony and Breath of Life]
    "Music is music, and a note's a note" - Louis 'Satchmo' Armstrong

    Rich

  5. #5

    Re: Vote for Orchestration Challenge 16

    Nice job, all!

    Remember, everybody, vote early, vote often.

    Best,



    David
    www.DavidSosnowski.com

  6. #6

    Re: Vote for Orchestration Challenge 16

    Well done everyone!

  7. #7

    Re: Vote for Orchestration Challenge 16

    Bumping it to see if anyone else wants to vote.

    It's less than 7 minutes of listening for all entries combined, so let's support all the participants hard work!

    Owen

  8. #8

    Re: Vote for Orchestration Challenge 16

    Quote Originally Posted by englishgent View Post
    Bumping it to see if anyone else wants to vote.

    It's less than 7 minutes of listening for all entries combined, so let's support all the participants hard work!

    Owen
    Yes, it got to the second page rather quickly. D:

    Is the unusually small amount of entries affecting the amount of voters? Hm.

    EDIT: Just realized it hasn't even been up for a week yet...
    string quartet (ˈstriŋ kwȯr-ˈtet) n. a good violinist, a bad violinist, an ex-violinist, and someone who hates violinists, all getting together to complain about composers

  9. #9

    Re: Vote for Orchestration Challenge 16

    Well Done to all!!

    All 3 entries are very well conceived and executed.

    Ron

  10. #10

    Re: Vote for Orchestration Challenge 16

    Since this is all about us learning more about the tools, I would like to guess that the first and third compositions above were accomplished with notation software. The second was "played" on a keyboard controller.

    Would it be available to find out if this is true when the voting is over?

    Recap:
    Songs 1 and 3 were done with Notation software.
    Song 2 was done with a controller.

    All the compositions were very good, but the "performance" of #2 was noticably more expressive. Hence, the guess about Notation vs Controllers.
    It's a Viking thing.

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