Gonga wrote:Granular Symphonies is really special - totally unique. I love the long phrases contained within many of the patches, and varying the granular settings while playing chords can be a bit like creating different motifs. It can be really easy to produce incredibly beautiful, undulating pieces in one track with no editing or multitracking required!
Glad to hear you're inspired by these sounds. In fact GS was the first library were I actually composed phrases for the studio musicians and singers so that the phrase-patches I had in mind would become reality.
Gonga wrote:You are amazingly well-versed in so many different synths. I'd love it if you did a Halion V tutorial for MacProVideo or Groove3
Thank's again - I prefer giving workshops and seminars face to face with people who want to learn about sound design. Doing video tuts is very time consuming and I'd rather make sounds and compose music But I do have plans to give frequent seminars and workshops, where people can book a weekend and everything like travelling and accommodation will be organized for them. Then there could be little workshop concerts with electronic music, participants could also display their own work and so forth.