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    Adagio in G minor

    I did this experiment as a string ensemble building exercise combining different string sounds together. This was done using all GPO4 using only Aria options for EQ
    and PerfectSpace for reverb.

    Adagio in G Minor

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    Re: Adagio in G minor

    The ensemble has a very lush and believable sound. Only the solo sounds just too clean/filtered, and the crescendo (at 0:53) is a bit too much (perhaps too fast), for the rest I think your experiment has fully succeeded. How did you do it?
    Theo

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    Re: Adagio in G minor

    I used Finale PrintMusic to enter the score, and I also built an ensemble of strings in Aria so that the combination of section and solo players combined produced a more full sound. For example, on the Violin I part, I use the Violin I Section patch plus the Solo Player 1 and 2 to get a more combined sound. The humanizing feature of Finale was all derived from the musical notation that was added to the score when I entered the parts into the score. The reverb was added as part of the Finale setup so it was a totally self contained experiment.

    Quote Originally Posted by FLWrd View Post
    The ensemble has a very lush and believable sound. Only the solo sounds just too clean/filtered, and the crescendo (at 0:53) is a bit too much (perhaps too fast), for the rest I think your experiment has fully succeeded. How did you do it?

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    Re: Adagio in G minor

    Have I heard this before.

    I think you're getting a real good sound with the strings.


    Phil

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