Telemann: Canonic Sonata No. 1

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  1. Leslie Sanford

    Leslie Sanford Member

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    This is a realization of Telemann's Canonic Sonata No. 1 using VSL's solo violins 1 and 2.

    I made extensive use of sequence maps for the first time. I really dig these. They help you experiment with various articulations to find what works best. And they help when you need to change articulations often, sometimes one per note for some phrases.

     
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  2. muziksculp

    muziksculp Senior Member

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    Great emulation of Telemann's work for two violins. Thanks for sharing.

    Using, and Choosing the right articulation for the notes is quite a task. Especially for a complex instrument like the violin, but it surely pays off in terms of color/timbre, and realism.

    Oh.. If I may ask, what are sequence maps that you referred to, are they specific to a DAW ? maybe Logic Pro, or ..?

    Thanks,
    Muziksculp
     
  3. OleJoergensen

    OleJoergensen Senior Member

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    It sounds very good and realistic!
    Amazing.
     
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    Leslie Sanford

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    Hi, Muziksculp. Thank you for your reply.

    Sequence maps are a feature built into VI-Pro. They allow you to set up a matrix of articulations that change from note to note.

    Here's a demonstration:

     
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    muziksculp Senior Member

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    Hi Leslie Sanford,

    Thank You for the feedback regarding Sequence Maps. This is a very useful feature of VI-Pro that I wasn't aware of.

    Cheers,
    Muziksculp
     
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    ptram Senior Member

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    And this is a re-edition of their oldest way of selecting articulations: the Performance Tool!

    Paolo
     
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