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Posted on Mon, Dec 31 2018 01:33
by fahl5
Joined on Fri, Feb 04 2005, Hall One, Posts 952

Another Student of Liszt is Isaac Albeniz

Navarra

Is published posthumus. Its large pianistic orchestrated melodies tend to be a kind of the pianistic equivalent to Puccinis orchestral Style in that time. A Piano(sampleset) which wants to convince with that kind of pianistic 'Verismo', must be able to sing.

Las Estaciones op.201

A seldom heard and played simple group of intimate characterpieces about the four seasons between late romantic and the early impressionism of the beginning 20th century.

http://klassik-resampled.de ... 3648 mp3 with a whole Week (=7 Days /=171 hours) of sample based interpretations of complete Scores from 7 Centuries

http://synchron.12sf.de
a) ...Synchron-Strings explored in 40 mp3 with more than four hours of complete and ambitious scores from 19th, 20th and 21th century produced with Synchron-Strings.

b) ...Synchron-Steinway explored in 48 mp3 with nearly three hours of complete and ambitious scores from 18th 19th 20th and 21th century produced with Synchron-Steinway.
Posted on Wed, Jan 09 2019 07:21
by musicos
Joined on Sat, Dec 29 2018, Posts 14

Hi Fahl,

The Navarra is a great piece, very well done! Never heard that piece before.

Can you tell me which preset did you use with the VSL Steinway for that piece?

Thanks!

Posted on Wed, Jan 09 2019 11:15
by fahl5
Joined on Fri, Feb 04 2005, Hall One, Posts 952

Originally Posted by: musicos Go to Quoted Post

Hi Fahl,

The Navarra is a great piece, very well done! Never heard that piece before.

Can you tell me which preset did you use with the VSL Steinway for that piece?

Thanks!

Thank you for your friendly reaction.

I've attached my own custom Preset already in a previous Synchron Steinway-Exploration-Posting

In general I do my own "presets" since I am trying to go for the most pure original recording. Thats why I tend to shape the ambiance of my recording exclusivly from the different available Microphonepositions of my full version.

Do not take me wrong, it is for a decent Studio of course realistic to, to have the ability to enhance the ambiance with additional Reverb and so I think it is in general quite reasonable, that the Synchron-Player and the Synchron-Pianos-Player offer that option.

While as a Pianist I am looking for the right balance of intimacy and warm charming ambiance. To me it is like many other questions of taste to find the right point between to much and not enough. At least I think you definitly have to reduce Ambiance as long as you explicitly notice, that there is ambiance, but on the other hand you definitly should care for better ambiance as long as you notice that there is no or not enough ambiance:.

I personally believe espacially with solopianomusic that the different Microphone positions are able to provide enough ambiance to prevent the impression of lacking ambiance, but at the same time they allow to keep the amount of ambiance as subtle that it does not disturb the total attention for nothing else but the music itself.

I hope I was able to answer your question.

http://klassik-resampled.de ... 3648 mp3 with a whole Week (=7 Days /=171 hours) of sample based interpretations of complete Scores from 7 Centuries

http://synchron.12sf.de
a) ...Synchron-Strings explored in 40 mp3 with more than four hours of complete and ambitious scores from 19th, 20th and 21th century produced with Synchron-Strings.

b) ...Synchron-Steinway explored in 48 mp3 with nearly three hours of complete and ambitious scores from 18th 19th 20th and 21th century produced with Synchron-Steinway.
Posted on Sat, Jan 12 2019 09:49
by musicos
Joined on Sat, Dec 29 2018, Posts 14

Hi Fahl,

Thank you fo sharing the your preset on the other post. It is much appreciated!

I will check it out.

I usually have used factory presets in the past.

I will have to go in and check out all the mics and adjusting their balance etc to see what I can come up with. I have not done this before so it will be interesting. 

I will probably first need to get used the sound of the different mics, then somehow combine them to make a pleasing combination?

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