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    Baroque Pepper

    As "Alexander" did, I also explored the power of the harpsichord of the GPO.
    This little piece was made for piano and I mastered it for The Grand 2. Now having GPO, I wondered how it sounded with a harpsichord. To my surprise rather good. It is a 4 voice piece and I recorded this using Cubasis with 4 harpsichords, one for every voice.

    After having amended some of the volumes in the Kontakt player, together with an additional equalization and reverb, I am quite satisfied about the result.

    To share my composition with you, click on the following link (thanks to DPDAN):

    Pepperoni no.12 (from a suite of 15 little piano pieces)

    Raymond

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    Re: Baroque Pepper

    Excellent. I'd like to hear the other 14 sometime.

    Tom

    P.S. I'd be especially interested in the veggies with shrimp and Canadian bacon!

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    Raymond,

    Very interesting piece. The harpsichord gives it a very unique flavor. Great work in the production of this.

    Gary

    www.garybricault.com

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    Re: Baroque Pepper

    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Hopkins
    Excellent. I'd like to hear the other 14 sometime.
    P.S. I'd be especially interested in the veggies with shrimp and Canadian bacon!
    I tried the other ones with Garritan Steinway (in the GPO). It didn't sound as good as I expected. So I will wait until my pocket money allows me to purchase the free standing Steinway.

    And about the veggies (is that vegetables?), shrimps and Canadian bacon, maybe somebody can compose a Menu (as Rossini once said - in another context). Satie made a piece "in the form of a pear" .. so that is just a start.

    Raymond

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    Re: Baroque Pepper

    Well done, Raymond -- an interesting piece; the
    writing in it is quite clear, a distinctive voice and
    flavor to it.

    I'm with Tom on this -- how about getting the
    rest of these together, and giving us all a listen?

    I'd also like to give a listen to the piano version,
    when you get there. This writing seems like it
    would be particularly comfortable there.

    David
    www.DavidSosnowski.com
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