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    Dama Española

    Here's an old tune I'd forgotten about. I'd used choral, solo vocal and string sections with it but here I have cut that back to piano, bass and wood and renamed it.


    Dama Española

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    I like this.. I could hear it with a smokey samba or Caribbean beat to it. Quite compact and to the point.

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    Re: Dama Española

    Quote Originally Posted by angelonyc View Post
    I like this.. I could hear it with a smokey samba or Caribbean beat to it. Quite compact and to the point.
    angelonyc,


    I’m happy you enjoyed this song. I originally had a more developed arrangement for it but for some reason I like this one better. It’s probably having to do with using samples.



    Phil

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    Re: Dama Española

    Hi Phil,

    I enjoyed hearing your Dama Española.

    I'm curious to know which piano you used
    and which are its settings. I like the sound of it.

    Thanks for posting.


    ~ Yudit ~

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    Re: Dama Española

    Quote Originally Posted by sunbird View Post
    Hi Phil,

    I enjoyed hearing your Dama Española.

    I'm curious to know which piano you used
    and which are its settings. I like the sound of it.

    Thanks for posting.


    ~ Yudit ~
    Glad you enjoyed it!

    The piano is the Garritan CFX Concert Grand, using the Full-Classic default settings.

    There is also a less expensive lite version available but it definetely lacks the warmth and fullness of the standard version. There is also a “Compact” (lite?) load option included with the full version that loads quickly and fits well into a larger mix.

    You can A-B them at the Garritan Products site.




    Phil

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