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Death Valley DAW remix

Postby kingfreeze » Tue Sep 02, 2014 9:41 am

Michael, this is the piece I was trying to use the single instance of the aria player on.
https://soundcloud.com/steve-wisnoski/death-valley-daw-remix
I wound up using 14 instances of the aria player, and left out some world instruments because they were all labeled acoustic piano, and was unsure what channel was what instrument. I was rendering after 2 days with reaper, and used largely cocko's reaeq, played with the "humanize" feature on a track, and applied some reverb on the tympani, just kinda got my feet wet a little. Any assistance would be great.
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Re: Death Valley DAW remix

Postby Michael.B » Wed Sep 03, 2014 11:31 am

Hello Steve,

The track is sounding good. You're really getting into this.

I had a little chuckle when I read you had shelved the World because you didn't know which channel was which .. LOL .. :D

Humanizing a MIDI file is one of the key tasks in my view. It makes the difference of a robotic, syntheisised, computerised sound to an organic, human-performance realism. I realise that you are just trying things out and that's great and presets are great starters. Perhaps when you have experimented more you might like to try diving into that PRV and nudging those notes a few cents either way yourself as a start. Next you might like to try varying the velocity of notes a tad between hits to emulate a real person.

Great stuff Steve, keep at it.
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Re: Death Valley DAW remix

Postby kingfreeze » Wed Sep 03, 2014 12:49 pm

hey man, thanks. I believe the tracks are set up in reaper the same as the staves that were exported as midi from finale, I will test that later and see if my theory is correct, and I would know what world instrument is on which channel. Reaper has a "humanize" feature, and I think I used it on a clarinet part, and when that plays I can hear a marked difference. Again, thanks for listening and your input.
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Re: Death Valley DAW remix

Postby kingfreeze » Wed Oct 08, 2014 11:07 am

Michael.B wrote:Hello Steve,

The track is sounding good. You're really getting into this.

I had a little chuckle when I read you had shelved the World because you didn't know which channel was which ..Perhaps when you have experimented more you might like to try diving into that PRV and nudging those notes a few cents either way yourself as a start.


Michael B: What does the initials " PRV" stand for ?
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