A semi-classical trip for harpsichord, bass, clarinet, etc.

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I've definitely enjoyed playing in this kind of sandbox before. I like the clarinet best and the bass was cool. Some of the sounds are seem a little over-processed (the main harpsichord being the main issue). Seems more jazzy than classical but what do I know. Are you using a single reverb bus so all the instruments sound like they are in one "room?"

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I liked it and ate a box of cheese n crackers as I listened. It sounds like real instruments at first but then it all sounds fake and not so lively. I give it 4 snails out of 5.
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Yes, the combination of these instruments is really unusual. The contribution of the
individual instruments also seems as if a solo is playing each time - and the hapsichord
is providing the basic structure. Only after listening for a longer period of time does a
connection, i.e. a motif, emerge. Overall: Nicely done - unusual but good! :tu:
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Thank you guys for your comments and nice words!
Yes, I'm much into experimenting with atypical arrangements, even if sometimes it's not a 1-to-1 replication of a real stage performance.
Regarding the reverb, yes, I usually apply one "central" reverb as a send, to provide some consistency. This is one of such cases.
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