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PostPosted: Fri Oct 04, 2013 12:31 pm 
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Romanze in C for String orchestra, Op. 42, by Sibelius. Not notated with Sibelius, but Overture of course.

https://app.box.com/s/7s0csv72q9l17a22t8x0 it is in flac format.

https://app.box.com/s/he1iwgxww8t6vxlqassl also in flac format but different rendering, more delayed release samples.

All editing in Overture, no outside reverb, nor audio editing. Sample library: the String Orchestra that came with Special Edition Strings Vol 1, Vol 1 Plus. I used Vienna Instruments Pro 2 for humanizing and other settings. Two instances of Vienna Ensemble.

Somebody told me that there must also be present the delay on note off, but I cannot imagine why, because the reverb hides that "sudden note end". I may be wrong about this.

See IMSLP for the free downloadable score.

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Raymond
[PS Flac is known for the quality of the compression, mucg better that MP3, but comparing this flac file with the wave counterpart the latter is much much better]

Edited: for the better rendering of the same piece..... see above

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PostPosted: Wed Oct 30, 2013 12:17 pm 
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Raymond63 wrote:
Somebody told me that there must also be present the delay on note off, but I cannot imagine why, because the reverb hides that "sudden note end". I may be wrong about this.


Nice & hard work!
I have never applied the enthusiasm to arrange the work of a foreign composers virtual! Respect!

The "Quote" above I do not understand!

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PostPosted: Wed Oct 30, 2013 1:10 pm 
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That quote was wrong after all. I thought the delay had to do with the release. But it isn't. The delay is when the note starts, the attack is the character of that start (timbre) and release is the ending of the note. Then we also have a lot more, like Dynamic Range. Let's say, that DynR scaler is related to the attack and timbre of the note. More or less "more hair on the string" - harshness of the attack/volume/velocity.

I get confused, VSL has loads of settings.........

By the way, almost forgot, thank you for our comments on Sibelius.

Raymond

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PostPosted: Thu Oct 31, 2013 12:16 am 
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Raymond63 wrote:
I get confused, VSL has loads of settings.........

Raymond


This is really true! The possibilities of VSL are endless! But I never go there too much in detail, because I usually use VSL to optimize for me my composition. So some default settings are enough ...

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