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    Smile Pizzicato Margherita

    Hi Folks,

    Sorry I've not posted for quite a while - I've been busy with too many other things.

    I recently set myself the task of writing a set of pieces each one focusing on a different set of sounds from GPO.

    The first one I finished is called "Pizzicato Magherita", and you've guessed it - it uses pizzicato strings.

    The only problem I had was that with all those lovely GPO sounds sat In my computer I couldn't help adding some woodwind and percussion sounds: Pizzicato Margherita - Full

    By the way - "Play Song" is a wma file, "Download" is and Mp3

    Let me know which one you prefer.

    P.S. Both of these tracks seem quiet. Has anyone got any suggestions for using compression/limiting with classical music - I've always stayed clear so I don't ruin the sound by mistake.

    Mark
    As in music - so in life!

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    Re: Pizzicato Margherita

    Hi,

    I've been away from these forums and music for quite a few weeks now, because of personal things I needed to take care of, so coming back to these two pieces, really made my day! Really good for the soul! I liked them both, and I can't say which one I liked better. Just that they were both, just what the doctor ordered!! Thanks!

    Char.




    Quote Originally Posted by musomark
    Hi Folks,

    Sorry I've not posted for quite a while - I've been busy with too many other things.

    I recently set myself the task of writing a set of pieces each one focusing on a different set of sounds from GPO.

    The first one I finished is called "Pizzicato Magherita", and you've guessed it - it uses pizzicato strings.

    The only problem I had was that with all those lovely GPO sounds sat In my computer I couldn't help adding some woodwind and percussion sounds: Pizzicato Margherita - Full

    By the way - "Play Song" is a wma file, "Download" is and Mp3

    Let me know which one you prefer.

    P.S. Both of these tracks seem quiet. Has anyone got any suggestions for using compression/limiting with classical music - I've always stayed clear so I don't ruin the sound by mistake.

    Mark

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