Pumpernickel and Periwinkle

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Pumpernickel and Periwinkle

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Here's a waltz that I composed over the last week as a sound test after giving my orchestra template an overhaul.
Pumpernickel and Periwinkle

Please rip it to shreds with any feedback about the composition or audio production. Thanks! :wink:
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42low wrote:Sounds great Micheal. Sounds very clear and natural.
Thanks! I forgot to mention that this uses the new reverb plugin that I've been working on with rghvdberg, which I think in part accounts for the clear sound.

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Hi,

Nothing to rip to shreds here... a great showcase of your arranging talents, your template and that nice new Reverb!

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I see an ornate ballroom, with the ladies and gentlemen suitable attired and engaged in a formal dance :D

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Terrific sound!

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Unfortunately the link seems to be broke.

Michael, could you please provide a (new) working link, I'd really like to listen to that piece, especially because I'm interested in your Ardour template.

Thanks!

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sprock wrote:Unfortunately the link seems to be broke.

Michael, could you please provide a (new) working link, I'd really like to listen to that piece, especially because I'm interested in your Ardour template.

Thanks!
Yes, it is so sad, instaud.io went bust a while back. I'll see what I can do about digging up this project and sharing it again.

I keep thinking that I should update the orchestra template, I have learned a lot since I made it. Specifically, the signal routing and busses are much more complicated than they need to be.

Edit: I found it! I just barely uploaded it to SoundCloud:
https://soundcloud.com/user-201997735/p ... periwinkle

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Very nice Michael! Great arrangement, not that I'm really qualified to comment :D
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Aristocratic facture. Amazing piece!

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