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So interesting sounds, it's fun. The portamento is whimsical for a minor
tune. Sounds to me like something that would play behind a mime performing
a sad pantomime. Solid playing as always. :)
On Tue, Feb 12, 2013 at 3:14 PM, Julien Claassen wrote:
> Hello everyone!
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So interesting sounds, it's fun. The portamento is whi=
msical for a minor tune. Sounds to me like something that would play behind=
a mime performing a sad pantomime. Solid playing as always. :)Dan<=
Feb 12, 2013 at 3:14 PM, Julien Claassen <email@example.com> wrote:
=A0 So I had a holiday in paradise. Meaning: I was surrounded by a very goo=
d friend, loads of vintage equipment and Ardour3. And I am grateful for all=
three. So I used a few minutes to record another piece of Bach. It's t=
he B Minor prelude (once again) played on an ARP Pro Soloist (trumpet) and =
an ARP Oddysey. Unfortunately I had to spread my arms to the left and right=
playing the piece. So the performance is not as good, as you might wish. S=
till it was an experience I loved and so I'm sharing, hoping that a few=
gear nerds might get something out of it.
=A0 And for the ogg-less (poor bastards :-) )
=A0 Processing consists of some high and lowpass filtering, using the GLAME=
filters, the TAP stereo echo of the Oddy and the CAPS Plate reverb 2x2 for=
teh Pro Soloist.
=A0 Any feedback is welcome. I hope you can enjoy it.
=A0 Warmly yours
=A0 =A0 =A0 =A0 =A0Julien
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