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    Fanfare for the new year 2009

    A Brass Choir: a brief Fanfare.

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    Re: Fanfare for the new year 2009

    Gary, nice work on this brass piece. I think the players could be spread out more on the stage, panned a bit wider maybe and with some more reverb.
    This one will keep the tuba player awake and on his/her toes.
    Thanks for posting and sharing this, and of course.....Happy New Year!

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    Re: Fanfare for the new year 2009

    Hi Bigears,
    I can see a difference in spreading the instruments. I gave changed the set-up in this piecer & added some.
    Gary

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    Re: Fanfare for the new year 2009

    Got a blank page with your link, after several tries. Any suggestions?

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    Re: Fanfare for the new year 2009

    Hi Dominic,
    Go to any of my post and click on the ARTIST PAGE. Then scroll down to any piece you want to hear.
    Thanks for listening.
    When I open this link, it plays. I guess all providers aren't completely user friendly.

    Gary

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    Re: Fanfare for the new year 2009

    A nice fanfare Gary.

    I think you have plenty of verb now if you changed that also.



    Phil

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    Gary:

    The brass choir "moves out." A real good image of
    what a modern brass fanfare should sound like.

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    Re: Fanfare for the new year 2009

    Thanks for listening, Phil. I had to listen again since this was done awhile ago.

    Thanks for listening, Jack. It's always a choice about making a fanfare too short or too long. The answer is that it should be "just right."

    Gary

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    Hiya, Gary

    I'm very glad this thread of yours got revived - I missed it the first time around.

    Invigorating fanfare!---I really like it. The ending left me in the lurch--not sure I felt satisfied by that.

    You obviously have worked on this since your initial posting, considering that what I heard had a healthy amount of reverb and a nice dimension in its stereo.

    Really good work!

    Randy B.

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    Re: Fanfare for the new year 2009

    Thanks for listening, Randdy.
    I can see what uou mean about the ending. I will probably repeat the last figure & transpose it up or down.

    Gary

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