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    Eine Kleine Nacht Musik

    I haven't had a lot of time to work on my music recently, but have done a short project on Mozart's "Eine Kleine Nacht Musik" in honor of his 250th birthday. Like my other posted project of Vivaldi's Four Season "Spring" I was aiming a realistic strings with this one. Both can be found at:

    http://people.internet2.edu/~rdhobby

    Russ

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    Russ, some of the string work in this is great!

    Nice job on it! Wish I could get them to behave even nearly as well with this kind of material, I'll tell ya.

    Fine interpretation of the Mozart, as well.

    I might suggest the mix is a bit "wide", perhaps; at least when listening on headphones.

    David
    www.DavidSosnowski.com

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    Russ

    This is a great job. I agree with David, that you did an excellent job on the string work.

    I might also suggest that you bring the layered instruments a little closer to each other. Like David mentioned, it seems a little wide. It comes across as though there are two different spaces with different instruments in each. I hope that makes sense .

    Great way to celebrate the Master's birthday!
    Kind Regards

    Louis Dekker
    My Music Site

    Pour être grand, il faut avoir été petit.

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    Re: Eine Kleine Nacht Musik

    Thanks for the comments. Yeah, it would make sense to have it sound more like listening from the audience rather than the conductor. I start out with the wide sound so that I can clearly hear the contribution of each section (like the conductor) as I work on them. I guess now I need the performance version. Headphones would certainly accentuate the effect. Kind of in one ear...... and in the other!

    Russ

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