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Sarabande (from Vaughan Williams Phantasy Quintet)


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stevepurring

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Transcription to study control of strings in Garritan Personal Orchestra
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Uploaded: Jun 07, 2009 - 01:49:06 AM
Last Updated: Jun 07, 2009 - 01:49:06 AM Last Played: Oct 19, 2016 - 02:08:43 PM
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Feter said 2970 days ago (June 7th, 2009)
Sarabande
Hmmm ..this is interesting I never been into Vaughn's music ..but I m enjoying
this ...its always those who love strings or compose music (like me) suffer
from the synth sound that came out of these softwares ..but ye there are GREAT
soundfonts those helped me and helped many others on this site to over come
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to the humble quality of the strings I used ..I m sure Mjers will help you
right away by finding free strings soundfonts that you ll enjoy much more ...
I enjoyed this so much the only thing is I wished to hear better strings
sound which easy to obtain ..and I really thank you for sharing such great Art !!!
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Dj French Toast said 2970 days ago (June 7th, 2009)
I think
Fetters right ..altho I do hear the intense care and love that went into this as with all orchestrated synth music its kinda distracting from its potential greatness . I did enjoy this alot man very nicely constructed :)
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LunaTrick said 2969 days ago (June 7th, 2009)
I have a lot of time..
For this thoroughly English composer of great pastorales. Interesting character too... relative of Darwin and friend to the great secular theologian, Bertrand Russell. Very nice treatment here... the pacing is good and the spirit is encapsulated.
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drakonis said 2968 days ago (June 8th, 2009)
Ralphie!
I enjoyed this... nice gentle choice to play with strings. In general, this actually sounds quite good, the GPO samples are excellent with the right touches, so I have heard. As for this recording, I would suggest a few things to help get rid of the synthetic sounds... first, the tremolo seemed too even and it starts at the beginning of each note, as opposed to coming in near the end of the played note. I don't know if GPO lets you delay the start of tremolo until partway in to the note? Also, in headphones, the spread/panning of the instruments is a little wide for me, I would pull the violins (L) and celli (R) a little closer to center, but keep the relative spread as you have it, that is good. Finally, the overall equalization seems a slight bit muffled. Perhaps boost the bass & treble a little on the master track? Those are my thoughts.
ttfn,
Drakonis
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