I was chosen as the orchestral composer and sound designer for this computer game in development code-named, \"The Akane Project,\" and I was sketching some themes. I wasn\'t too particularly excited about this, but than I rerecorded the trumpet parts with a live performance performed by me. I am so surprised how much depth it adds compared to the other trumpets I used. (All samples from the Kurzweil K2500XS) Comments Good/Bad or advice on sketching ideas for an adventure game would be more than welcome. ( http://home.talkcity.com/MiracleMile/a_sapp/Brass.mp3 ) - If the link doesn\'t work, copy and paste the link onto the address bar, that usually works.
[This message has been edited by A_Sapp (edited 03-18-2002).]
I meant eq the highs a little. Boost them that is. (The mix sounds a little muddy) About the high D, is it a part of the Gmajor chord in the beginning?)
Bb trumpet, right? transposed notation? The ever-confusing question.
Anyway, congratulations on your new purchases, hope you\'ll have as much fun with gigastudio as I\'m having!
Hey buddy, that was a high D above staff. Yea, and you\'re right, the microphone I was using was that of my friend. It cost 30 bucks. Tommorow, after a year of waiting, I\'ll be investing into Gigastudio and a sweet condenser mic with shock mount and phantom power. I\'m glad my Kurzweil lets you plug in a mic into it, so I can use the same reverb the other samples are using. When you said needs more highs, do you mean as in eq-ing, or the performance?