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    Re: Foreign Affairs

    It sounds very synthy...real synthesizerish. The attacks are not 'natural'. Needs a lot of tweaking.

    It's also not the heighth of consideration for others to just post an impersonal URL and nothing else.

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    Larry
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    Re: Foreign Affairs

    I enjoyed the writing in this, Jack, nice job! This
    piece has some real meat and gravy to it.

    The tricks and techniques of rendering will come in
    time; but for starters [gosh, you don't usually hear
    me say this] you might add more reverb to this;
    it's quite dry.

    My best,


    David
    www.DavidSosnowski.com
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    Re: Foreign Affairs

    Quote Originally Posted by Larry G. Alexander
    It's also not the heighth of consideration for others to just post an impersonal URL and nothing else.

    Since the link takes you to a page where there is a comment, I didn't think a comment at this point is needed. I have noticed some others who do the same thing. However, I realize it looks a bit abrupt. My apologies - no offense intended.

    Jack

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    Re: Foreign Affairs

    Quote Originally Posted by etLux
    but for starters [gosh, you don't usually hear
    me say this] you might add more reverb to this;
    it's quite dry.


    .
    Thanks for your comments, David.

    It's completely dry. I did try to incorporate Ambience (Recital Hall 2), but somehow I preferred the dry version - the parts seemed to come through more clearly, and even some of the instrument sounds seemed better to me. If there was a preset called Studio, maybe that would give me what I'm trying to achieve. The only things I've tried with Ambience is moving the 'wet' and 'dry' sliders.

    However, I surrender. Obviously it needs reverb.

    Regards,

    Jack

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    Re: Foreign Affairs

    This is another kick at the can. Reverb added. I tried it a few different ways, but the results came out almost the same. I used the Recital Hall presets.

    http://www.mp3unsigned.com/Showband.asp?id=12750

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