I haven't posted anything in forever. Well, it's way past time. I am posting a NEW version of something I worked on years ago. Quick synopsis.
Quite some time ago I did a Wind Ensemble transcription of Howard Hanson's orchestral work Symphony No. 3. It's been finished for a while but it never has had a final edit. For reasons I can't get into right now I am home for a couple of months. In that time I hope to finish everything up and get this to the publisher soon. One thing I have never been able to get is a decent recording even using Finale. I love Finale, but it is, first and foremost a music composition program. With the big help of Randy Bowser and some others, I finally figured out how to use Sonar X1. It took me some time, but was it ever worth it. What a difference! The rendering is so much better.
I am still a grade one amateur with Sonar and still have a long way to go. I learn something new just about every day I use it. The rendering may not be perfect, but it is much better than what I had before. I'm working on the other movements and hope to have them done soon.
Oh, and why did I pick the third movement? No reason. Just because!