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Piano and Strings (Hans Zimmer Strings, Spitfire chamber/symphonic/alternative solo/chamber evo)

Discussion in 'Member's Compositions' started by marcodistefano, Apr 3, 2018.

  1. marcodistefano

    marcodistefano Senior Member

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    Hi All,

    I just finished to produce this lovely composition which is showing the power of many spitfire string libraries.

    What you hear is (in order of appeareance)

    • Olafur chamber evo
    • Spitfire chamber strings
    • solo alternative strings
    • Spitfire symphonic strings
    • Hans Zimmer Strings.

    Also used
    • Garritan CFX Grand piano
    • Hans Zimmer Percussion

    Hope you enjoy it!

     
  2. monsieurmickey

    monsieurmickey Active Member

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    Very nice atmosphere, good job!
     
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    marcodistefano Senior Member

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    Thank you for listening and feedback :)
     
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  4. Saxer

    Saxer Senior Member

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    Good stuff! Sounds cinematic without cliché. Very tasteful.
     
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    marcodistefano Senior Member

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    Thank you

    Indeed I tried to Avoid the cliches, happy that you noticed it!
     
  6. Sibelius19

    Sibelius19 AKA -Erick McNerney

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    Love this kind of stuff. It sounds like pure ideas coming through in sound. It sounds unrestrained by convention or harmony, like you do what you please, in order to acheivea certain emotion or feeling. Just awesome.
     
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    marcodistefano Senior Member

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    Thanks!
    You clearly got my intention, I know music composition theory which I studied for years, but I don't strictly use it when composing. I just write what I hear in my head.

    Sometime is music close to tonal like this one, sometime is totally far from tonality.

    I am always been impressed and fascinated by Igor Stravinsky music, his rite of spring is a continuous inspiration.

    Thanks for the feedback!
     
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    marcodistefano Senior Member

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    Hello everyone,

    I just published a behind the scene of this composition showing how it has been rendered in Cubase using all the spitfire audio libraries

    Hope you will like it!

     
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