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Topic: OT: TV show intro using Garritan, SCARBEE and more

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    Cool OT: TV show intro using Garritan, SCARBEE and more

    This is a little TV "show intro" is put together late last week. I had a lot of fun putting it together, and am kind of glad it was rejected so I could go ahead and add it to my reel.



    Here's the short run on production notes:

    Sequenced in Cubase 5
    Garritan: Steinway (Under Lid), GPO Lush strings, Strad, Gofriller
    Yamaha Rev-X Hall from Steinberg MR816CSX interface on FX Send 1
    SCARBEE Red Bass (Steinberg Amp Sim applied as insert)
    Groove Agent 3 “Bonzo” playing ½ time to B, then straight time to the end
    Arturia Origin synth “Matrix12 Pad” (routed as external instrument in C5)
    Tone2 Warmverb trancegate applied as insert on Origin
    iZotope Trash as inserts on slide and rhythm guitar tracks
    Steinberg’s internal amp simulator as insert on “slow hand” lead
    SmartAV Tango console with extension bay to automate the mix
    iZotope Ozone 4 to finalize the mix


    Special thanks to Chris Franz for playing the guitar parts. And of course, thanks to Steinberg, Garritan, SCARBEE, Arturia, Tone2, Sven Bornemark, and the folks at iZotope and SmartAV for making this amazing music technology possible.

    Thanks for listening!
    Houston Haynes - Titan Line Music

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    Re: OT: TV show intro using Garritan, SCARBEE and more

    thanks for making it available for me to hear. I like it!!!
    rsp
    richard sven
    sound sculptist
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    Re: OT: TV show intro using Garritan, SCARBEE and more

    Nice job! Liked the piece!
    Music and humor are healthy for the soul.

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    Re: OT: TV show intro using Garritan, SCARBEE and more

    Hey - thanks. Looking forward to doing more cues with this type of rhythm section. It kind of felt like getting back to the old days when I could play to a reasonable degree (without quantization).
    Houston Haynes - Titan Line Music

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