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album art Sweet Joy!
by mlpbadarak

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Released: Jul 17, 2010 | 11:23 AM
Category: Classical
Application: GarageBand
Loop Use: No loops

File Type: .mp3
File Size: 1.04 MB

Plays: 695
Downloads: 0
Weekly Plays: 2
Weekly Downloads: 0
Statistic reset day: Saturday

License: No derivative works allowed
something for Horn Quartet

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EdPeahota Artist

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That was beautiful man , I miss the days when I was in the Royal Brass Band at Czestochowa
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7 years ago
soulima Artist

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Idiomatic horn writing, Mary. The sound quality is quite good as GB? Brasses are terribly difficult to emulate; this sounds quite good. Do you know if the GB French Horn is an actual sample or an emulation? The music itself reminds me of something Darius Milhaud might write...something along the lines of,'La cheminee du roi Rene'. Any idea why everything is legato? It works well, just wondering why you didn't choose to do more articulation. Always a pleasure to hear your music!
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mlpbadarak Artist

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These are Garritan Library sound samples I got with my Finale 2010.

Next we record with real people playing real horns, in a real acoustic space. WooHOO!
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KeithOtis Artist

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Comes out distorted on my system, but the progressions are superb! What a piece! What a composer!
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PaulWilkins Artist

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@ The latest GPO 4 now has Project Sam Brass samples so are much better. This rendition is very good. The progressions are very good the only quirk is that you have used the same sample for each horn untouched. One way to get clarity via samples when all are playing the same note on crossover is to eq and delay each player differently - most players don't start at the exact time so the build in breath as it is pushed out - hence the note sounds different against the others while playing.

Just a tip but I agree with John idiomatic Horn writing well done !
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