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Topic: Ouverture for the coolest symphony orchestra ever!

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    Talking Ouverture for the coolest symphony orchestra ever!

    Some time ago I as privileged with the task to create a piece specificly for our symphony orchestra. Meaning that I (alas) had to manage without oboes and bassoons
    Since our orchestra is a... um, I don't wanna say junior orchestra because we'ra a heck of a lot better than that but, anyway, we're a bunch of kids, no wait, youths , so the thing was to try to manifest that through a piece of music. Now, It's not even sure we'll be playing it but nevertheless it's a decent piece of craftmanship...

    I hope you'll enjoy it - it's entitled "Ouverture"
    Regards Danial Zainali
    Reinvent powdered wigs!

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    Re: Ouverture for the coolest symphony orchestra ever!


    I do hope you orchestra still performs this.

    "Reality is merely an illusion, albeit a very persistent one." Albert Einstein


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    Re: Ouverture for the coolest symphony orchestra ever!

    Very well done, Danial!

    I certainly hope you get to have this performed; a worthwhile
    piece -- and hey, who needs a full woodwind section anyway,
    right... lol?

    With applause,

    David Sosnowski

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    Re: Ouverture for the coolest symphony orchestra ever!


    You will learn a bunch if your orchestra can perform this.
    It's not until a piece is "born" that you can be entirely
    satisfied (with what you created).

    Keep writing and welcome to the Garritan Forum.

    Jack Cannon--MacBook Pro (2015, 13") GPO4/5, JABB3, Auth. STEINWAY, YAMAHA CFX, Gofriller CELLO, Stradivari VIOLIN, COMB2, WORLD, HARPS, PIPE ORGANS, FINALE 25.5, DORICO 1.2.10, Mac Pro 2.66 GHz CPU, 8 GB RAM, DP 9.51, MOTU Traveler, MOTU Micro Express, MacBook Pro (2012, 13") 2.2 Ghz CPU, 8 GB RAM.

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    Re: Ouverture for the coolest symphony orchestra ever!


    If you are using Finale, I would highly recommend the liberal use of Human Playback for the initial recording and then save as a type one midi file in order to further render in a DAWS such as Sonar or Cubase. No matter how good the samples that are in use the mathematical perfection of note on/note off data implemented in standard notation programs tends to destroy sonorities that would be associated with normal instrumentation making everything sound like a cheap tone wheel organ (aka Lowery etc).

    Good Luck,

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