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Mark
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Laying down a string section:
03/01/13 at 03:07:28
 
This is my first time working with sampled strings... It's for incidental music to accompany a juried [photo] slide show in NYC... My ex-girlfriend is a photographer, and she wanted music to go with the photos, which will be presented with one of those computer fed wall projectors, which I know very little about...

It's a B&W photo essay on a volcano in Costa Rica...

So I just used my keyboard to play some sampled strings...

Here's the result so far:

http://soundcloud.com/signet/file0147


Better with headphones, no doubt...


Comments welcome... (m.)
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Re: Laying down a string section:
Reply #1 - 03/05/13 at 15:36:30
 
Nice.  I can see the footage of the volcano in my mind.

My son does this kind of things for video sound tracks.  He has a Korg workstation.  Can't remember the model.
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Re: Laying down a string section:
Reply #2 - 03/05/13 at 22:29:18
 
Thanks... Korg makes some good stuff... I do most of my work on a Yamaha CP 300, then dump it onto Audacity... I tried to post the slide show, but the format won't allow for it...  (m.)
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