[LAU] Free instrument sample library

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Date: Saturday, March 23, 2013 - 4:48 pm

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My name is Nicholas Schoonover and I am interested in creating a free
instrument sample library. I am in my senior year at Wayne State University
studying audio engineering. I have access to a professional studio and
basically all of the musicians in my universities orchestra, symphony
bands, jazz bands, choirs, and various small ensembles. I have talked to a
fellow student of mine who is also interested in helping out. I understand
all of the audio aspects of things, but am a little hazy on everything
else. I have a decent amount of experience for my age in recording
instrumentalists from doing audition tape work and from my schooling. I am
busy for the rest of this semester with school, internship, and job. I was
planning on starting to undergo this project over the summer when I will
have more time and the school's studio will be more available. I don't
personally use linux for much audio because I am trying to make a career
out of it, but I do use Musescore a decent amount because I find it
comparable in performance to Sibelius and Finale. Because of this, I would
love it if the sample library I create could be incorporated by Musescore.
Is there someone who is already working on a project like this who I could
help out? Any direction you could give me would be appreciated.

Thanks,

Nicholas Schoonover

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rested in creating a free
instrument sample library. I am in my senior year at Wayne State
University studying audio engineering. I have access to a
professional studio and basically all of the musicians in my=A0universities=
=A0orchestra, symphony bands, jazz bands, choirs, and
various small ensembles. I have talked to a fellow student of mine
who is also interested in helping out. I understand all of the audio
aspects of things, but am a little hazy on everything else. I have a
decent amount of experience for my age in recording instrumentalists
from doing audition tape work and from my schooling. I am busy for
the rest of this semester with school, internship, and job. I was
planning on starting to undergo this project over the summer when I
will have more time and the school's studio will be more available. I
don't personally use linux for much audio because I am trying to make
a career out of it, but I do use Musescore a decent amount because I
find it comparable in performance to Sibelius and Finale. Because of
this, I would love it if the sample library I create could be
incorporated by Musescore. Is there someone who is already working on a pro=
ject like this who I could help out? Any direction you could give me would =
be
appreciated.Thanks,Nicholas Schoonover

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[LAU] Free instrument sample library, Nicholas Schoonover, (Sat Mar 23, 4:48 pm)
Re: [LAU] Free instrument sample library, Reuben Martin, (Sun Mar 24, 12:38 am)
Re: [LAU] Free instrument sample library, Julien Claassen, (Sat Mar 23, 5:42 pm)
Re: [LAU] Free instrument sample library, Daniel Worth, (Sat Mar 23, 5:08 pm)
Re: [LAU] Free instrument sample library, Hartmut Noack, (Sat Mar 23, 6:03 pm)
Re: [LAU] Free instrument sample library, Brett McCoy, (Sat Mar 23, 5:01 pm)
Re: [LAU] Free instrument sample library, Patrick Shirkey, (Sat Mar 23, 5:19 pm)
Re: [LAU] Free instrument sample library, Brett McCoy, (Sat Mar 23, 5:26 pm)
Re: [LAU] Free instrument sample library, Patrick Shirkey, (Sat Mar 23, 5:44 pm)