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    New Bill Evans Jazz Demo Of The Bardstown Bosendorfer

    Here is a new Bill Evans jazz demo of the Bardstown Bosendorfer... \"How My Heart Sings\"

    This demo was performed and produced by Alan Russell.

    Enjoy!

    http://www.bardstownaudio.com/mp3/Sings.mp3

    Kip McGinnis
    Bardstown Audio
    www.bardstownaudio.com

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    Re: New Bill Evans Jazz Demo Of The Bardstown Bosendorfer

    quite nice! All sampled?? If so, from whence come the trumpet and sax??
    my trumpets don\'t sound like that. [img]images/icons/wink.gif[/img]


    christianb

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    Re: New Bill Evans Jazz Demo Of The Bardstown Bosendorfer

    Originally posted by christianb:
    quite nice! All sampled?? If so, from whence come the trumpet and sax??
    my trumpets don\'t sound like that. [img]images/icons/wink.gif[/img]


    christianb
    <font size=\"2\" face=\"Verdana, Arial\">Christianb,

    Glad you like the demo!

    The piano is the 16 bit Giga version of the Bardstown Bosendorfer, and the bass is Dan Dean\'s acoustic bass. As good as the 16 bit Giga version of the Bardstown Bosendorfer sounds, the 24 bit version of this piano does sound a bit better. The trumpet, trombone, and sax, are the onboard instruments from the Yamaha Motif 8.

    Kindest regards,

    Kip McGinnis
    Bardstown Audio
    www.bardstownaudio.com

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    Re: New Bill Evans Jazz Demo Of The Bardstown Bosendorfer

    Hi,

    just a small correction.....No trumpet in that cut, it was the Motif\'s 8 Trombone (This to me is their best internal sound) I tend to chorus it well above it\'s compass but it\'s lower end in the normal range is quite nice especially with the touch sensitivity facilities of the Motif 8.
    (Take a look on my Official Website Below to listen to these brass instruments in other scores)
    The Alto Sax (vib) - another Motif 8 internal is their best Sax IMHO. We have a few guys on:
    http://motif.falldowngoboom.org/ doing some tweaking...In that link go to \"VOICES\" where I scored A tenor and Trombone (2 cuts) under the name: http://motif.falldowngoboom.org/voices/JimsTenor4Alan.mp3

    and

    http://motif.falldowngoboom.org/voices/Jims-Trumpet&Trombone4Alan.mp3

    Jim Stang Did the Tweaking..

    We still have mega miles to go before somebody can create a very convincing REED IMHO..As for now I continue to write in the mainstream with what we have.


    Alan Russell

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    Re: New Bill Evans Jazz Demo Of The Bardstown Bosendorfer

    not to sound arrogant but the stock sax sounds on my XV5050 sound much better (to me anyways).

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    Re: New Bill Evans Jazz Demo Of The Bardstown Bosendorfer

    Hi,

    We have miles to go here as far as Sax samples go letalone the small amount of bytes coming out (representing any given reed) of these Keyboard work stations. As for now, I\'ll keep scoring and chorusing. Did You like the Trombone?

    If you really enjoy the sax inside your workstation, why not share it with us in a small arrangement. I\'d love to hear other samples. It gives me something to aim down the pyke..

    Ok....?

    Alan Russell

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