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PostPosted: Sun Jul 31, 2005 1:03 pm 
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Time for a life recording of a composition

"twi.light" is one of my most famous piece for guitar duo.
It is played all over the world and is several time recorded.
It was composed originally with Overture 3.0

Below you'll find a link to a recording of a performance of the piece by
Gabriel Guillén (Venezuela) (first guitar --> tremolo) and Bernard Hebb (USA) (second guitar).
The recording was done by studio.v4m.net, Vienna

http://music.v4m.net/productions/TwiLig ... iLight.mp3

Enjoy it,

:-) Jovan


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PostPosted: Fri Jan 20, 2006 6:39 pm 
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I did enjoy it. :lol:

But, I noticed a small thing that may or may not be in the original recording. At 3:32, the engineer seems to have reacted to a strong note from the right channel guitar and immediately cut back the levels.

Until that moment the balance is wonderful. But, from that point on the balance is just not there on my system.

I could also be an artifact of the MP3 coverter that was used.

But, that wasn't the important thing for me. As I've told you both publically and privately, it's a real treat having you on these forums and I always look forward to listening to your works.


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PostPosted: Sat Jan 21, 2006 10:32 pm 
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I must be a bad man because I would want to make this a small chamber piece by adding violin, viola, cello and clarinet parts to it.

It is a nice example of registerial color in the instrument too and would be a good thing for a composer to listen to, just for educating the ear. It's very nice.


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