Thank you! Yes, it's all Cinematic Studio, except for the percussion. The percussion is all Cineperc. I noticed the spike you mentioned on the low strings and i'm on my way to fixing it right now!Sounds great! Love a bit of Dvorak. Is it all Cinematic Studio Series? What is the percussion? Sounds incredibly realistic to me... there's a moment in the cc in the low bowed strings around 1:16 that doesn't sound quite right where it seems like it spikes just before a legato, but that's literally the only thing I noticed... incredible work!
Thank you for the feedback! I can't believe i missed that C, i feel ashamed of myself nowNice job, particularly the strings sound like an actual performance for the most part, which is incredibly hard to pull off with samples in a classical piece like this and would definitely fool an average listener. If I may - 2:42, you're hitting D instead of C in the first violin, which really hurts my ears and feelings I would also suggest listening to a few recordings and pay closer attention how different conductors and orchestras work with all those tiny tempo changes, they basically let it breathe a bit more. But as I already said, it is very impressive overall.
You really don’t have to, I know I’m gonna sound like a broken record, but you’ve been doing great! I’ve tried several times to do something similar and I remember exactly how much effort you have to put into this. It is a very tricky and tedious process. Still remember working on one of Dvorak’s incredible string quartets (breathtaking compositions btw). I gave up on the third page Solo strings are even trickier in general. We’re maybe there sonically, but the performace, that is something much harder to get right. Composing for samples is much easier, right?Thank you for the feedback! I can't believe i missed that C, i feel ashamed of myself now
Just an exercise i'm currently doing to improve my orchestration skills. It's not complete, not mastered, not anything.
Feedback more than welcome!
Thank you! I used the default mic and levels that come with the instruments, they sounded fine to me as is. Maybe something to do with the subtle EQ i did in the mid frequencies? Strange
Interesting, thanks! Yeah, they tend to sound a bit muddy out of the box, so your midrange EQ must have cleaned that up. Well done!Thank you! I used the default mic and levels that come with the instruments, they sounded fine to me as is. Maybe something to do with the subtle EQ i did in the mid frequencies? Strange