Solfeggietto by chunter
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Solfegietto by Carl Phillip Emanuel Bach
Often used to teach children hand interaction technique, I learned this piece and mistakenly tried to use it for college auditions. I've always liked its harmonic structure.
Though I auditioned many, all the sounds ended up being from Proteus VX.
Non-Renoise mix plugs include TAL's U.S.E. (one-pole EQ), Mdsp Compressor (very punchy and simple), Bootsy EQ, Bootsy Tessla, and KarmaFX reverb.
Comment by Storm on 2009-08-25 14:12:46
Clean job your Track is good
Comment by Airmann on 2009-08-25 14:53:05
First impression: nice Proteus 80ies synth-instrumentation and a good mix. A solid work, well done.
BTW: how do you like the Proteus VX ? I own the Proteus Sample pack stuff and the installer and licsensing stuff caused me headaches (in fact I still can't use it, so far).
Moreover, the bootsy stuff is nice and many say those plugs are a high quality secret weapon.
More later :-)
Comment by attwad on 2009-08-26 23:51:13
reminded me of the old school neo-classical guitarists that I used to listen to, this song is a good choice :p
nicely produced too and I'll go check on some of the plugs that you used ;)
Comment by emeu on 2009-08-28 08:05:24
I liked that you identified the dynamics of the original and developed peaks and valleys that go well with it.
Comment by Sonicade on 2009-09-03 10:55:32
Who doesn't like arpeggios? Agreed with the nice job on the dynamics. Fun synth interpretation of this classic.
Comment by Airmann on 2009-09-07 13:42:01
Congrats :-). After re-hearing agree about the dynamics ! Also I like your variations: full voices, one voice, breaks and so on. That's pretty well done. Greetings