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    Short Demo GOS, DDSB & SS & SW etc...

    I am composing a short piece of music for a children\'s play of my father\'s elementary school. Since I am using some sounds that some of you might be interested in, I picked up first 40 sec of my music and put on my site.

    Here is the address www.wisemanproject.com/ken-pdemo.mp3
    I hope this helps some of you.

    Strings - GOS and DDSS
    Brass - DDSB
    Woodwind - DDSW
    Effect - Giga Studio

    I use Giga Studio 160 in Windows XP.

    Any coments and questions are welcome.

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    Re: Short Demo GOS, DDSB & SS & SW etc...

    Hello Mr.Ken-P,

    Very nice demo The sound quality is really great for 128 kbps! What do you use to get your mp3s to sound so good?
    I enjoyed the composition. It made me smile. It reminds me of happy little children
    Nice job.

    Damon
    http://damonbbradley.tripod.com/damonbradley/

    [This message has been edited by Damon (edited 12-25-2001).]

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    Re: Short Demo GOS, DDSB & SS & SW etc...

    Agreed. Beautiful work. This is worthy of far more than a play at an elementary school.

    Dan Dean should be proud, too. You make his samples sound really fine.

    Dasher

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    Re: Short Demo GOS, DDSB & SS & SW etc...

    Thank you for your listening!

    I use a certain mac software that has \"Xing\" encording engine to make mp3 file.

    Sound quality of MP3 file largely depends on an encording engine that a software has. For me, bit rate is less important.

    I studied and compared some of encording engine such as \"Xing\" \"Fraunhofer IIS\" \"303tek\" and \"GOGO\" before. But I think \"Xing\" is the best so far.

    And I also like Sound Forge\'s encording engine.

    Sorry my stupit English!

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    Re: Short Demo GOS, DDSB & SS & SW etc...

    Ken,

    I\'m not talking about the encoding-I\'m talking about YOUR preformance/engineering/mixing.

    MP3 encoders differ in quality, but great music shines through anyway. I have a sample of an 11KHZ mono file of John Coltrane\'s \"A Love Supreme\" and it still gives me chills to hear it!

    Dasher

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    Re: Short Demo GOS, DDSB & SS & SW etc...

    Everyone! Thank you for listening and your coments!

    I put a complete demo on my site (still short though).
    This is the address. www.wisemanproject.com/deriy.mp3

    Some of people who asked me to send my \"Pegasus\"\'s midi data before e-mailed about providing this midi data. So if you want to have midi data, e-mail me, I am happy to send it to you. ken-p@pacbell.net

    Woodwind - DDSW
    Brass - DDSB
    Strings - GOS and DDSS
    Piano - Steinway B
    Other - UOP
    Effect - Giga Studio 160
    No self-edited sound

    Sorry my stupit English!

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    Very nice..
    Brian

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    >>>Sorry my stupit English!<<<<


    I\'ve always loved this quote from you Ken To be honest you\'re english has gotten much better. In fact its never been \"stupit\"


    Your music, of course, is nowhere near stupid, great work.

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    Really...I am an Idiot

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    Re: Short Demo GOS, DDSB & SS & SW etc...

    Ken, everything I\'ve heard of yours so far is beatuiful. I\'m curious, who are your influences?

    Keep up the good work.

    Dale North

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    Re: Short Demo GOS, DDSB & SS & SW etc...

    >>>I\'m curious, who are your influences?

    ...mmm...I am the twenty-year Japanese. And I had growen in Japan for18 years. Like other Japanese people in my generation, I had always played video-games and watched Japanese animations. So I have to say that my primary musical influences are those soundtracks (most of these music are orchestral form).
    In addition, in Japan, orchestra instrumental version of pops music (even rock) is very very popular. So maybe that kind of Song-Orchestra music had influenced me.

    If I name one Hollywood movie composer who have influenced me, the person will be John Williams. Because of his \"HomeAlone\" music (somewhere in my memory), I started to compose, when I was 10. The melody, strings, and woodwind is so pretty and beautiful!

    sorry for my stupid English

    [This message has been edited by Ken-P (edited 01-03-2002).]

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