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The King`s Entry - Short orchestral piece
Last post Sun, Feb 22 2015 by stefan_telser, 6 replies.
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Posted on Thu, Oct 16 2014 09:56
by stefan_telser
Joined on Wed, Mar 14 2007, Nuremberg, Posts 130

Hi all,

"The King's Entry Into Jerusalem"

This piece was produced with Chamber Strings, Mute Trumpet (Brass I - extended) Flute (Woodwinds I - extended) and some additional instruments from the Standard Edition.

https://soundcloud.com/stefan-telser-1/the-kings-entry-into-jerusalem

Editing and mixing was done in Cubase 7.0.

I'd be grateful for any comments (no matter if you like it or not).

Thanks

Stefan

Posted on Fri, Oct 17 2014 10:44
by Stephen Rees
Joined on Thu, Apr 02 2009, Posts 28

Hi Stefan,

I enjoyed it Smile

Only comment from me would be to consider allowing your brass player from about 0.22s onwards some pauses for breath.

Posted on Sat, Oct 18 2014 07:14
by stefan_telser
Joined on Wed, Mar 14 2007, Nuremberg, Posts 130

Thanks Stephen!

Very good observation about the brass players breath.

Stefan

Posted on Fri, Feb 13 2015 07:16
by Blackcap145
Joined on Fri, Feb 13 2015, Pakistan, Posts 1






Only comment from me would be to consider allowing your brass player from about 0.22s onwards some pauses for breath....???

 








watson
Posted on Sat, Feb 14 2015 20:55
by Fiver
Joined on Mon, Sep 09 2013, Posts 49

Yes, I very much like the slow processional sound that basically builds into a march as the piece progresses, and I think you handle the solo instruments at the beginning nicely. 

My only critiques would be that the strings at 0.22 come in a little sharply for me, and might do better with a softer attack (or maybe a little more focus on reverb?). They also sound a little choppy around 0.43, maybe in need of thickening?

 

That's just my two cents. Great stuff!

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Posted on Sun, Feb 22 2015 15:10
by stefan_telser
Joined on Wed, Mar 14 2007, Nuremberg, Posts 130

Thanks so much for listening and your comments!

I still feel that I'm very much concerned with just handling the software properly instead of getting the music right. I work with Sibelius and Cubase both of which are rather complex. Not to mention to pick the right samples in VSL.

I bought myself Professional Orchetsraton from Peter Alexander Lawrence and try to midi mockup as many of his examples as possible with VSL. I find his coverage of the various instuments and their ranges quite helpful.

As I said this is primarily just to finally get a grip of the software involved. Takes a lot of time, thought.

Best Stefan

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