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    My GOS demo

    Hi! I finally bought GOS. So I remade my first orchestra music.
    http://www.muzie.co.jp/download/14370/songs61/newpegasus.mp3

    don\'t double click, copy and paste to your Browser\'s address input.

    This is the link.
    The title is \"Pegasus\".

    Strings - GOS, AO, DDSS
    Woodwind - AO
    Piano - Giga
    Brass - AO
    Others - AO

    Effect - Giga Studio


    [This message has been edited by Ken-P (edited 11-14-2001).]

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    Re: My GOS demo

    Hey Ken,
    can\'t seem to find your song on your site.

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    Re: My GOS demo

    If that link won\'t work, try this!
    http://www.wisemanproject.com/newpegasus.mp3

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    Nice job Ken! Good composition.
    I can\'t believe that\'s the NFX reverb from Gigastudio! That\'s the second demo I\'ve heard where the reverb actually doesn\'t sound that bad.
    Keep up the good work Mr.Ken-P

    Damon

    [This message has been edited by Damon (edited 11-14-2001).]

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    Re: My GOS demo

    Hey Ken,

    Yes, the Garritan Strings have made a big difference (I remember listening to the original). This is a very nice piece, only some of the woodwinds don\'t sound great. If this is your first orchestral composition, I\'m very impressed. I look forward to number 2!

    Best Wishes,

    Chris

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    Re: My GOS demo

    Thank you, everyone!

    0:00~1:03 All strings part are AO and DDSS.

    1:04~1:20 Melody strings are AO and DDSS. Pizz parts are GOS.

    1:21~1:42 All Strings part are AO and DDSS.

    1:43~ Melody strings are AO and DDSS. Staccato parts are GOS.

    By the way, now I am taking my first harmony class in my college. But there are some differences between American and Japanese notation of harmony. These make me a little bit confused. And I visit my college\'s orchestra practice on every Tuesday night. I sit next to player and listen to them, see them, imitate what they do and turn scores for player. It is very interesting.
    In addition, I bought some woodwind, brass, and strings instruments at very cheap price
    and practice them. My friends teach me how to play. I gradually learn what instruments are able to do, and what makes music difficult and easy \"for players\".

    There are lots of things I want to learn and have to know in order to make good music and player-friendly music. I wish I had more time to study music...

    Anyway I will study human biology. Tomorrow, I have test... Do\'ho!

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