Cinematic Studio Brass?

Discussion in 'SAMPLE Talk' started by chrisphan, Feb 16, 2017.

  1. rdieters

    rdieters Member

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    Very true. It also helps to do more than one breath controller take, and assign each to individual voices.
     
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  2. Grim_Universe

    Grim_Universe Active Member

    @michdb is it a close mic? Very strange! Feels like it has a lot of early reflections.
     
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  3. miguel88

    miguel88 New Member

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    Yes is only the close mic I think csb has too much phasing sound , in cinebrass core I cant hear it much with any patch
     
  4. JohnBMears

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    A few bars from the end of Summon The Heroes. Used the transposition trick to create more players as he wrote it for 6 tpts, 4 horns, 4 bones & tuba!
     

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  5. Consona

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    Could you tell me, is this the mix mic position and did you use any eq? I'm comparing various CSB demos and I really like the sound of this demo of yours. :)
     
  6. calebfaith

    calebfaith Active Member

    Its the mix mic position, very little eq and a little QL Spaces verb
     
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  7. Consona

    Consona Senior Member

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    Hm, interesting, sounds different to some other demos that used the mix position.

    Some other stuff you made with CSB? :grin: That SW mock-up was really tasty. :thumbsup:
     
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  8. Rob Elliott

    Rob Elliott Senior Member

    Are you finding any need to further 'powerpan / or narrow' (VSL) CSB in your Daw on final mix? Especially on densely orchestrated material (with all brass, strings, woods 'choirs' going at it.)
     
  9. calebfaith

    calebfaith Active Member

    I don't have anything else I'm allowed to post sorry

    I've found that I quite like the placement of the instruments so far. I haven't had the time to play around with the different mic positions and panning as of yet. I like a wide mix :)
     
  10. Rob Elliott

    Rob Elliott Senior Member

    Yea - the panning out of the box seems spot on. I have a fairly densely orchestrated cue that I am doing currently that I am considering 'narrowing' with powerpan - but I suspect I'll just resort to the panning/mics I have now.
     
  11. Consona

    Consona Senior Member

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    No problem. :)
     

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