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    Chicago Trumpet

    Rich, no secrets really, have you checked the sustain ped cc? It is useful to remove from trumpet1 the hi freq attack that is only good for accents: i use it even on non-legato phrasing. Other than that, i think a difference might be using a breath controller instead of inputting cc1 by the wheel... and remember that the instrument alone sounds much different than in ensemble. You can check it yourself, here you find the midi file of trumpet1 in "Chic".

    http://mio.discoremoto.virgilio.it/r...ti/ChicTpt.mid

    Apply this to JABB trumpet1 and you should get this:

    http://mio.discoremoto.virgilio.it/r.../ChicTpt01.mp3


    Hope that this helps

    best

    Roberto

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    Re: Chicago Trumpet

    Quote Originally Posted by oldbob
    Rich, no secrets really, have you checked the sustain ped cc? It is useful to remove from trumpet1 the hi freq attack that is only good for accents: i use it even on non-legato phrasing. Other than that, i think a difference might be using a breath controller instead of inputting cc1 by the wheel... and remember that the instrument alone sounds much different than in ensemble. You can check it yourself, here you find the midi file of trumpet1 in "Chic".

    http://mio.discoremoto.virgilio.it/r...ti/ChicTpt.mid

    Apply this to JABB trumpet1 and you should get this:

    http://mio.discoremoto.virgilio.it/r.../ChicTpt01.mp3


    Hope that this helps

    best

    Roberto
    Indeed it does. Clearly there's way more to this than playing notes. Love the way you articulated the four 16th notes. Now I think I have a better idea of this.

    Still the overall sound is not 100% convincing, so it has to be in your mixing skills. The ensemble sound is amazing.

    Once again, thanks for sharing this. It really helps to be able to see how other people are getting the results they are, especially when they are as spectacular as yours.

    Best,


    Rich

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    Re: Chicago Trumpet

    Rich, this is just what i intended the solo trumpet to show off... . I think that when the whole brass family is playing what is most important is instruments' articulation, legato/staccato/portamento etc. Individual timbre defects are masked in my opinion. Thank you for your kind words, and i look forward to hearing a composition of yours

    Roberto

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    Re: Chicago Trumpet

    Hi Roberto,

    The links to your files seem to be down. Pity, bcs I would like to hear the examples.

    Cheers,
    David.

  5. #5

    Re: Chicago Trumpet

    Quote Originally Posted by daftest
    Hi Roberto,

    The links to your files seem to be down. Pity, bcs I would like to hear the examples.

    Cheers,
    David.
    Me too.
    ---Rick

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    Re: Chicago Trumpet

    HI,
    Anybody got the CHICAGO TRUMPET examples??? Anybody can send it to me or update the links?
    THANKS in advance

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