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    A Winter Dream

    Here's an old work of mine that I've updated in Logic Pro X.

    Instruments & Voices

    CFX Concert Grand
    GPO 5 Full Organ
    Garritan Harps Salvi Harp
    GPO 5 Timpani
    GPO 5 Snares
    GPO 5 Cymbal
    Cinematic Strings Full Ensemble
    Cinematic Strings 1st Violins
    Cinematic Strings 2nd violins
    Cinematic Strings Cellos
    Cinematic Strings Basses
    EW English Horn
    EW German Cymbal
    CineWinds Oboe
    CineWinds Flute
    CineBrass Trumpets
    CineBrass Horns
    CineBrass Solo Horn
    CineBrass Full Ensemble
    CineBrass Trombones
    CineBrass Tuba & Bass Trombone
    Ik Multimedia Electric Guitar
    Soundiron Olympus Elements Mens Choir
    Soundiron Olympus Elements Womens Choir
    Alt Vista Back Beat Bass
    Logic Pro X Church Door Organ
    u-he Diva HS Baroqualog
    Martin D-16RGT Acoustic Guitar(miked)


    A Winter Dream

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    Re: A Winter Dream

    Hi Phil,

    Dreaming of winter... Hmm...

    Anyway, the piece is absolutely better than the dream. (You guessed it, I'm not fond of winter). But I do like this brilliant composition. It has so many quality elements in a short time and mainly some delicious instruments (what you made of them): brings en for sure the solo horn. Just magnificent.
    You did a great job again, even if this is an older piece. The new rendition is simply wonderful.

    Thanks for sharing,
    Jos
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    Re: A Winter Dream

    Quote Originally Posted by Max Hamburg View Post
    Hi Phil,

    Dreaming of winter... Hmm...

    Anyway, the piece is absolutely better than the dream. (You guessed it, I'm not fond of winter). But I do like this brilliant composition. It has so many quality elements in a short time and mainly some delicious instruments (what you made of them): brings en for sure the solo horn. Just magnificent.
    You did a great job again, even if this is an older piece. The new rendition is simply wonderful.

    Thanks for sharing,
    Jos
    Thanks so much for the positive comments Jos!

    I spent a lot of time on this creating seperate instrument tracks for each section to refine the mixing besides updating the instruments.

    Yes, it begins with an ominous tone and then more of a seasonal expression to hopefully counter the short days and long nights.




    Phil

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    Re: A Winter Dream

    Phil,

    You have created an intersting piece,
    with alternating impressive and different
    atmospheres, which blend well together.

    Well done!


    ~ Yudit ~

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    Re: A Winter Dream

    Nicely done Phil, enjoyed the different styles you included, and a nice mixing, a base lesson for me...
    Thanks

    Ted

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    Re: A Winter Dream

    Quote Originally Posted by sunbird View Post
    Phil,

    You have created an intersting piece,
    with alternating impressive and different
    atmospheres, which blend well together.

    Well done!


    ~ Yudit ~

    Yudit,

    Thanks for listening to this one and the thoughtful comments.





    Phil

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    Re: A Winter Dream

    Quote Originally Posted by tedvanya View Post
    Nicely done Phil, enjoyed the different styles you included, and a nice mixing, a base lesson for me...
    Thanks

    Ted
    Hi Ted,

    I think the first part(the descending bass line) was inspired by an old rock anthem.


    Thanks for listening!




    Phil

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