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    Arrow Small Chorale with EWQLSC

    This is a small Chorale that I am writing for a tutorial on how to use EWQLSC.
    What do you think? Does is sound enough real?


    Chorale
    The words are: Kyrie Eleison, Eleison, Lacrimosa, Gloria Cruce Salus


    All the best,
    Roberto

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    Re: Small Chorale with EWQLSC

    Very nice. There is some clipping that I hear here and there, and some artifacts towards the right that are normally heard in mp3's. Tho, I see you did this @ 320. Sound real? No. Sorry. No choir lib will ever sound real.

    Cheers.

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    Re: Small Chorale with EWQLSC

    Thanks Riff for the comments.
    Yes I know about some clipping, I am sorry but it is just a very small piece to
    exhibit what you can do with the file I provided for the tutorial and I didn't post a lot of attention to that.

    As a fan of Choral music in general, I know perfectly that is not like the real thing, I mean it obvious!
    So maybe is better if I try to repost the question:

    Does it sound good enough good?

    Thanks and Happy new year!

    Roberto

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    Re: Small Chorale with EWQLSC

    I personally think it sounds GREAT! I'd love to see the tutorial on how you achieved this when its available!

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    Re: Small Chorale with EWQLSC

    Hey Jon,
    thanks. The tutorial is already available on the ~~~~~~~~~~~~ forum.

    I don't know whether i can post something like that here.

    All the best,
    Roberto

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    Re: Small Chorale with EWQLSC

    Terrific work, Roberto!

    Sounds very much real to my ears!
    .. and the melody was wonderful.

    I saw an earlier post just recently on "the other" forum. (if it's the same one)


    ...Looking forward to working through this when I get home!

    Great work!

    ~Jeff

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    Re: Small Chorale with EWQLSC

    Very nice work Roberto, really beautiful.

    I would suggest to add just a bit of reverb (not much). The reverb tails sound a bit synthetic.

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    Re: Small Chorale with EWQLSC

    Quote Originally Posted by beach
    Hey Jon,
    thanks. The tutorial is already available on the ~~~~~~~~~~~~ forum.

    I don't know whether i can post something like that here.

    All the best,
    Roberto
    found it, and thanks again for all the work you have put into this wonderful tutorial!! If I can get my SC to sound half as good as yours, I will be an extremely happy camper! To me its very passable, especially with some added background instrumentation and/or adding a live solo voice, etc. Even on its own it sounds GREAT, and makes an great sketch pad for ideas.

    Interesting how you got around the range limits of the lib. Thats one drawback I hope gets fixed soon!

    THANKS AGAIN for sharing this with the community. I, and I'm sure many others, truly appreciate your willingness to share your expertise with others. I hope karma rewards you in the new year!
    -Jon

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    Re: Small Chorale with EWQLSC

    Quote Originally Posted by jsp2
    Terrific work, Roberto!

    Sounds very much real to my ears!
    .. and the melody was wonderful.

    I saw an earlier post just recently on "the other" forum. (if it's the same one)


    ...Looking forward to working through this when I get home!

    Great work!

    ~Jeff

    Jeff thank you very much for the kind words,
    yes the thread you are referring at is right there!!

    All the best,
    Roberto

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    Re: Small Chorale with EWQLSC

    Quote Originally Posted by Pando
    Very nice work Roberto, really beautiful.

    I would suggest to add just a bit of reverb (not much). The reverb tails sound a bit synthetic.
    Thanks Pando,
    file updated with no clips and reverb added!

    Chorale


    All the best,
    Roberto

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