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Pseudo-choral/chanting plus church organ, in 7/8
The title came about because that's what they ended up seeming to say - the patch I used cycled through the syllables 'oh' 'ee' eh' 'ah'.
Choirs - Alchemy x 2
Organ - Alchemy
Bell - Magix Revolta 2
Reverb - QuikQuak Fusion Field
EQ - Magix built-in
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Here's my entry. Some Asia-influenced folkish (?) music. It was hard to write music without harmonies!
Here's the link!
Made with Cockos Reaper.
The plugins used for the song:
Sampletank Free( w/ World Instruments Expansion)
SFZ-player and some free soundfonts
|^||Joined: 07 May 2012 Member: #279970 Location: Tampere, Finland|
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Here's my entry,
Made on Cubase Audio 4 with:
- U-he ACE (intro texture and closing)
- U-he Zebra2 (second part)
- z3ta+2 (thanks to fr4ncesco for the awesome muz3um+ presets - the "bagpipe-ish" sound)
- Sonatina Symphonic Orchestra's female choirs and timpani, loaded on Vember Audio Shortcircuit
- UVIWorkstation + Plugsound Pro (pipe organ)
- Tal Dub II, Magnus ambience on send
- Host EQ
- SHEPPi Free Spatial Enhancer, FerricTDS, TLs_Maximizer on master bus
Hope you like it
Last edited by bzur on Thu May 24, 2012 9:31 am; edited 4 times in total
|^||Joined: 21 Aug 2010 Member: #237966 Location: Cagliari - (Sardinia)|
For some time I had been wanting to use my EWI USB wind controller in a composition, and this presented the perfect opportunity...
So, here is:
Composed and performed by GMoneh (using EWI USB wind controller)
Recorded, mixed and mastered in Studio One v2.
Fabfilter Volcano, Pro-C, Pro-G, Pro-Q
|^||Joined: 03 Sep 2010 Member: #238812|
[Miltz edit for direct link.]
Karin: Overtone Flute
Ableton Live 8 and Aether
Auf dem Reiterhof
da singt ein Pferd
Die Hühner lachen
sich den Hahn
von Tag zu Tag
in ihrem Wahn
Und das Schaf
das tagt sich in die Wolle
bei Frau Holle
translation free and rhymey:
On the farm a horse
is singing away
of the day
The hens are laughing
themselves a cock
from day to day
within their mock
And the sheep
she days in the wool
just to be
Frau Holle's fool
"It dreamed itself along"
|^||Joined: 02 Jan 2005 Member: #53555 Location: from Franco's lost penus back to B. soon|
Lines of Fire
Went more for a series of monophonic lines here, rather than a melody in the conventional sense. Lots of octave doublings (and triplings) throughout, sometimes for just one note at a time to give a slight accentuation effect.
Virtual Instruments Used:
- Pianoteq 4 Piano
- RA Shakuhachi, Duduk, with a dash of Alpenhorn
- Samplemodeling Trumpet & Trombone
|^||Joined: 14 Dec 2011 Member: #270754|
just a fun little melody i sang today (actually yesterday now). fl studio, goldwave, bit of rx2 some reverb and i did the chipmunk thing cause it's cuter. i used my voice in a few different ways. think bobby mcferrin, some yodling, a bit of flamenco type lalala stuff. zippidy doodah!!!! didn't apply any pitch correction or anything. had to get my entry in cause this month's concept was super cool and i wanted to be a part of it! hope it sticks in your head and find yourself humming it. have fun!
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|^||Joined: 28 Oct 2007 Member: #164174 Location: michigan|
My attempt. It can be argued that arpeggios are just broken chords and therefore not in the spirit of monophony, but...others are doing it so I don't see why not At the end of the tune I cranked up the reverb to get this washed up sound as the track fades away, if this is stretching the rules too far I can resubmit with that part removed.
VSTs: de la Mancha Basic64, JB Omniverb, NoName EQ, TobyBear Humanisator
and Cool Edit for some final tweaks
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