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new music L'aigle en vol
Last post Wed, Jun 14 2006 by cerupcat, 4 replies.
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Posted on Wed, May 31 2006 08:03
by thierry.ecuvillon
Joined on Wed, May 04 2005, france, Posts 206
"L'aigle en vol " mean the flying eagle

http://thierry.ecuvillon.free.fr/VSL/Aigle.en.vol.mp3


(piano is "the grand 2")

Big Smile
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Thierry Ecuvillon : Composer (france)
Opus 1+2/ Solo Strings / Overdrive/Saxophone1 /Logic Pro X / Exs 24 / Altiverb/VE Pro 6
Posted on Sun, Jun 11 2006 09:50
by thierry.ecuvillon
Joined on Wed, May 04 2005, france, Posts 206
any comment?
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Thierry Ecuvillon : Composer (france)
Opus 1+2/ Solo Strings / Overdrive/Saxophone1 /Logic Pro X / Exs 24 / Altiverb/VE Pro 6
Posted on Sun, Jun 11 2006 10:11
by magates
Joined on Thu, Aug 14 2003, Los Angeles CA, Posts 484
need a guitar with more than one velocity layer I think - sounds fake - (or use a softer velocity layer if you do have more than one layer) especialy when everything else sounds about as real as it can get.

It sounds "new age" - if that is what you are going for, cool, you achieved it. I am not a fan of "new age" myself but this is as good an example as I have heard of it.

The things I don't like about new age are lack of a coherent and "singable" melody and a nibulus harmonic sense.
Posted on Wed, Jun 14 2006 05:30
by cerupcat
Joined on Thu, Apr 06 2006, Posts 10
I like the style and sound a lot. I was wondering what settings you have "the grand 2" on and what reverb setting you're using? I can't get mine to sound as good for some reason =( Also did you play the piano live first?
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