Solos of the sea's violin vs Solo Violin Legato

Discussion in 'SAMPLE Talk' started by constaneum, Apr 30, 2019.

  1. constaneum

    constaneum Senior Member

    curious what's the difference between these 2. Anyone owns both and care to share your experience ?
     
  2. damcry

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    constaneum

    constaneum Senior Member

    Solos of the sea's violin sounds staged with more room sound than the freebie.
     
  4. damcry

    damcry Member

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    Solo sea is more lush and bright/brillant
     
  5. David Cuny

    David Cuny Words! Words! Words!

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    They're both lovely.

    I agree with constaneum - the room gives the Sea's a fuller sound, and takes off some of the harsh edge that the Solo has.

    And for this particular melody, I think the Sea's slightly delayed and less intense vibrato makes the phrasing sound more natural and gives a better arc. I think it's especially apparent in the bits starting at 0:13.
     
  6. Niah2

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    Man both sound so amazing. What an incredible time we are living in...I feel so blessed.
     
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  7. Sears Poncho

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    Yup. It also sounds like the second one has samples that were played on the A string, while the first on the E string. E string is bright but harsh. If a violinist played this passage, they would play almost all of it on the A string.
     
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