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    My first attempt and using BOTH JABB and Sonar

    "A short cruise through the semi-abandoned side streets and alleys of L.A during the wee hours of a hot mid-summer's night"

    This is my first attempt and using BOTH JABB and Sonar. (got both packages on the same day)

    A Short Cruise ...

    http://www.sibeliusmusic.com/cgi-bin...&scoreid=72607

    There are some balance problems that I am still working on and updated MP3s should appear over the next days and weeks. And I have not even started on tweaking all various parameters to make it “live”. Any practical (and specific) advice on using Sonar is welcomed. I have printed out the sonar tutorial on http://www.garritan.com/ and working my way through it a second time).

    Ed Sharpe
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    Re: My first attempt and using BOTH JABB and Sonar

    Quote Originally Posted by Ed Sharpe
    "A short cruise through the semi-abandoned side streets and alleys of L.A during the wee hours of a hot mid-summer's night"

    This is my first attempt and using BOTH JABB and Sonar. (got both packages on the same day)

    A Short Cruise ...

    http://www.sibeliusmusic.com/cgi-bin...&scoreid=72607

    There are some balance problems that I am still working on and updated MP3s should appear over the next days and weeks. And I have not even started on tweaking all various parameters to make it “live”. Any practical (and specific) advice on using Sonar is welcomed. I have printed out the sonar tutorial on http://www.garritan.com/ and working my way through it a second time).

    Ed Sharpe
    Well, Ed, while waiting for the download, I will probably have plenty of time to make a fresh cup of French Roast coffee. Dial-up is SLOW.

    Your understanding and abilities in your chosen idiom is so far beyond me that I may not have anything to say. You are so thorough and meticulous that I can' t imagine it being anything besides very good. But I will surely listen at least twice.

    Richard

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