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    how were princ. of orch. examples created?

    hi.. I apologize if this was already answered.. I didn't see it.

    what software/hardware was used to create the examples?

    http://www.northernsounds.com/forum/...splay.php?f=77

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    Re: how were princ. of orch. examples created?

    The sound are Garritan, naturally, and I believe the clips were made from scratch in Adobe/Macromedia Flash.
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    Re: how were princ. of orch. examples created?

    but what about the sound itself? how were they sequenced/procued?

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    Re: how were princ. of orch. examples created?

    Most of the audio examples were sequenced in Sonar by Robert. Some were also rendered directly in Finale.

    Half of the scores were done in Finale (by Bob DeCelle) and the other half in Sibelius (By Lukascz). Sean combined the scores and audio mp3s in Flash to animate them.

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    Re: how were princ. of orch. examples created?

    thank you!

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