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    a piece for strings

    hi all, I'd like you to listen to this piece I am developing. It's a rather classical kind of composition, rather serious I mean, but anyway here it is, it's temporarily called "misgiving", thank you



    http://www.robertosoggetti.com/misgiving_wip2.mp3


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    Re: a piece for strings

    hello roberto,

    once again a great piece of music. I liked the melodies and the struction of composition very much...especially that "hermannesque" style from 02:08 on. acousticwise/reverbwise I thought the strings could have been placed more convincing in a small room acoustics, the strings were kinda too upfront at the speaker. but might be you didn't focus so much on that. did you play the tune by hand in a sequecer or did you realize it with a a notation prog? which library did you use?.

    greetings


    wolf

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    Re: a piece for strings

    thanks a lot Wolf, when you have the time, please listen to this second version, where I have added more reverb, and most important I have changed the harmonic content of the central part as it sounded a bit disjointed with the rest. I'm willing to continue reworking this until I'm satisfied...

    www.robertosoggetti.com/Misgiving_wip_2.mp3

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    Re: a piece for strings

    Quote Originally Posted by GigaLove View Post
    hello roberto,

    once again a great piece of music. I liked the melodies and the struction of composition very much...especially that "hermannesque" style from 02:08 on. acousticwise/reverbwise I thought the strings could have been placed more convincing in a small room acoustics, the strings were kinda too upfront at the speaker. but might be you didn't focus so much on that. did you play the tune by hand in a sequecer or did you realize it with a a notation prog? which library did you use?.

    greetings


    wolf
    Hi Wolf

    I will put my money on this being Cinematic Strings! I'll stick my neck out and say the warmth is immediately recognisable and stands apart from other libraries - regardless of sophistication, marketing hype and cost. Roberto has put them to great use in this and produced a composition and sound rarely achieved or heard in the sample world. If I'm wrong and it's not CS, I'll still congratulate OldBob for a superb contribution - and will give full credit in advance to the makers of the library involved.

    Regards, Graham

    www.soundclick.com/grahamkeitch

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    Re: a piece for strings

    hi Graham, yes you are right, it's Cinematic Strings... thanks a lot for listening and your comment! I've listened to some of your music and love it!

    best

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    Re: a piece for strings

    Quote Originally Posted by GigaLove View Post
    hello roberto,

    once again a great piece of music. I liked the melodies and the struction of composition very much...especially that "hermannesque" style from 02:08 on. acousticwise/reverbwise I thought the strings could have been placed more convincing in a small room acoustics, the strings were kinda too upfront at the speaker. but might be you didn't focus so much on that. did you play the tune by hand in a sequecer or did you realize it with a a notation prog? which library did you use?.

    greetings


    wolf
    Wolf, sorry I forgot to answer your questions! Yes, as I always do I have played every track live in Logic, notation programs are too static for what my experience has been... the library is "cinematic strings"

    kind regards

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    Re: a piece for strings

    That is beautiful music, Mister Roberto! I am now listening for the fifth time!

    I enjoyed it a lot. Thanks for posting.

    Best Regards,
    Larry G. Alexander
    www.alexandermusic.com

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    Re: a piece for strings

    Quote Originally Posted by Larry G. Alexander View Post
    That is beautiful music, Mister Roberto! I am now listening for the fifth time!

    I enjoyed it a lot. Thanks for posting.

    Best Regards,
    thanks a lot, Larry, much appreciated!

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