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    Introduction and Largo - Revision of my first GPO piece.

    This was my very first GPO piece, and I had a lot of tweaking to do. So today, I've edited the dynamics, added a better reverb, and edited the speed of the harp. I didn't use a sequencer, but I was able to maintain a better legato in the strings. I think it still needs a tiny bit more tweaking, but this is it for now.

    Comments are welcome!

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    Introduction and Largo

    from here:

    http://cata.dmusic.com/

    -Cata
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    Re: Introduction and Largo - Revision of my first GPO piece.

    I guess you people don't like big files?
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    Thumbs up Re: Introduction and Largo - Revision of my first GPO piece.

    It is a good rendition for instrument sound and ambience.

    It give evidence to the music quality, quite good!

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    Re: Introduction and Largo - Revision of my first GPO piece.

    At first I thought it had too much reverb, but it grew on me. As the ensemble filled out, it sounded great! Really nice crescendi - you handle this "instrument" very. The piece is quite nice, as well - took a little too much time to get to the heart of it (maybe it's just me, maybe I'm impatient today...). Still there are some remarkably effective orchestrations - around 6:40 or so was especially beautiful.


    Thanks for sharing it.

    Still don't know why I angered Rachmaninov, but he appears to have settled down...


    R. Pearl

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    Re: Introduction and Largo - Revision of my first GPO piece.

    Quote Originally Posted by Fabio
    It is a good rendition for instrument sound and ambience.

    It give evidence to the music quality, quite good!
    Thanks Fabio for listening! Glad you enjoyed it.
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    Re: Introduction and Largo - Revision of my first GPO piece.

    Quote Originally Posted by rpearl
    At first I thought it had too much reverb, but it grew on me. As the ensemble filled out, it sounded great! Really nice crescendi - you handle this "instrument" very. The piece is quite nice, as well - took a little too much time to get to the heart of it (maybe it's just me, maybe I'm impatient today...). Still there are some remarkably effective orchestrations - around 6:40 or so was especially beautiful.


    Thanks for sharing it.

    Still don't know why I angered Rachmaninov, but he appears to have settled down...


    R. Pearl
    Glad you liked itrpearl! Thanks for commenting!

    And yes, Rachmaninov has settled down quite a bit .

    Ligeti might be next...
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