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Opal and Ruby. Duo. Clarinet and piano.

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Opal and Ruby. Duo. Clarinet and piano.

Postby Francois2010 » Thu Apr 03, 2014 7:10 pm

Hello!
Opal and Ruby. Duo for clarinet and piano.
Notion 3 and Miroslav intruments.
April 1 2014.

Your comments on the sound rendering and composition are welcome!

Link: https://soundcloud.com/francois2010/opa ... l-and-ruby

Thank you! :)
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Re: Opal and Ruby. Duo. Clarinet and piano.

Postby saintdufus » Wed Apr 09, 2014 6:50 pm

Hi Francois,

This is an interesting piece.

How long have you been composing? Do you have other works I can listen to?

Thanks.
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Re: Opal and Ruby. Duo. Clarinet and piano.

Postby Francois2010 » Thu Apr 10, 2014 11:18 am

Thank you saintdufus.

I submitted several compositions here https://soundcloud.com/francois2010. They were all edited with N3 or N4. Some old compositions were taken with N3 and N4.

I actively compose music since 2000.

:)
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Re: Opal and Ruby. Duo. Clarinet and piano.

Postby saintdufus » Thu Apr 10, 2014 10:11 pm

Francois2010 wrote:Thank you saintdufus.

I submitted several compositions here https://soundcloud.com/francois2010. They were all edited with N3 or N4. Some old compositions were taken with N3 and N4.

I actively compose music since 2000.

:)


Thanks, Francois: I'm currently enjoying "Double Mountain Wind"--it has a baroque feel to me, I like the lively counterpoint.

Question: did you produce that file with Notation 3 or 4? Some of the instrument sounds seem a little more "computery" than in some of the other compositions I've heard in this forum, i.e. they don't sound as realistic. Is this due to the older version of the program perhaps?
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