Indiana Bones

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FriFlo
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Re: Indiana Bones

Post by FriFlo » Sun 29 Apr 2018 22:56

Thanks for all the great hints! I can’t work on that session right now, but at some time I might review some of it. Some of it might just be a matter of taste ... e.g. the high cello melody (side theme) is very silky am makes a nice contrast to the a theme. Adding the horn sure makes the melody come out nicer, but some of the silk gets lost. :-) Adding the piano definitely is a good idea, though!

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Kyle Judkins
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Re: Indiana Bones

Post by Kyle Judkins » Sun 29 Apr 2018 23:00

Would be very fun to have a good comparison with Cinepiano... Which is my new favorite piano

Mainly because of the booty rattling triple Forte

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Re: Indiana Bones

Post by Headshot » Tue 1 May 2018 00:50

FriFlo wrote: Sun 29 Apr 2018 22:56 Thanks for all the great hints!
You're welcome
Kyle Judkins wrote: Sun 29 Apr 2018 23:00 Mainly because of the booty rattling triple Forte
Share an example !

Raph
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Re: Indiana Bones

Post by Raph » Mon 7 May 2018 08:55

Very impressed by the 8Dio FH, I really thought at first it was SM because of the expressivity.

I have Cinematic Studio Piano and never used it with the room-mic only (I constantly add some -6dB close, by fear of losing "definition").

Concerning the lack of clarity at the end, seems indeed a matter of orchestration. I recommend ScoreClub's Orchestrating the Line 2, which deals with this issue of depth and focal point. See also Mahler's Symphony 1 3rd movement, Elgar's Enigma Variations (VII and XII) as well as Holst's Jupiter for great Violas + Cellos unison examples.

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