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Get your music performed by professional virtual instruments without installing any software

Started this discussion. Last reply by Antonio Freixas Jan 21. 15 Replies

Hi! I am glad to return after a long period of inactivity on the forum.During that time I was trying to build a web service, which allows everyone to upload music in MIDI format and get it performed…Continue

Tags: vst, virtual instruments, digital audio workstation, daw

Collaborative art: The witch

Started this discussion. Last reply by Alexey Arkhipenko Jun 4, 2016. 11 Replies

Hi! I am glad to publish one of the first collaborative art projects that I participated in. Please comment, Sergey and I will be glad to hear any criticism to improve our future work!Sergey…Continue

Tags: art, collaborative, collaboration

Join collaborative music composition

Started this discussion. Last reply by Alexey Arkhipenko Jun 19, 2016. 73 Replies

Hello! Did you think about creating orchestra or chamber music in collaboration, sharing ideas and workflow? Every composer has his own workflow: let's join different workflows and approaches,…Continue

Tags: online, composition, collaborative

My viola sonata 1 "Anaerobic"

Started this discussion. Last reply by Alexey Arkhipenko Apr 8, 2016. 12 Replies

I often write program pieces, but this one is abstract. So I gave an abstract name to it first, later adding a program name "Anaerobic".Big thanks to Irina Kazanskaya for playing piano part for this…Continue

 

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Antonio Freixas replied to Alexey Arkhipenko's discussion Get your music performed by professional virtual instruments without installing any software
"Well, the world of sampling is full of disagreements. I've often released a piece and had someone tell me that one instrument sounded fake while another person raved about how real it sounded. One time I posted a piece with an oboe part I…"
Jan 21
Alexey Arkhipenko replied to Alexey Arkhipenko's discussion Get your music performed by professional virtual instruments without installing any software
"Hi! Thanks a lot for detailed answers. I use latest versions of sample modeling for all woodwinds and brass. Last flute note is short, this is why it sounds strange. You can increase length of note and it will sound ok. I uploaded NotePerformer…"
Jan 21
Mike Hewer replied to Alexey Arkhipenko's discussion Get your music performed by professional virtual instruments without installing any software
"Hi Alexey, I was curious to listen having read the posts and I agree with Antonio about adding ambience. I do also think that Antonios' sounds are closer in timbre to the real thing, as well as the legato performance and overall feel. What…"
Jan 21
Antonio Freixas replied to Alexey Arkhipenko's discussion Get your music performed by professional virtual instruments without installing any software
"HI, Alexey, Yes, those are the tracks. For note endings, I meant the last note before a silence. Look at the waveform in the files I attached and compare them to your waveforms. I just listened to the flute sixteenth note pattern at 00:28.032 in…"
Jan 21
Alexey Arkhipenko replied to Alexey Arkhipenko's discussion Get your music performed by professional virtual instruments without installing any software
"Thanks for added information. So we are talking about this excerpt: http://artportal.su/ctools/job.php?j_id=532 Here are separate tracks for each instrument: http://artportal.su/ctools/stems.php?j_id=532 Your remarks: - I agree that trill sounds…"
Jan 21
Antonio Freixas replied to Alexey Arkhipenko's discussion Get your music performed by professional virtual instruments without installing any software
"Thanks for the fix. It does sound a lot better, but nowhere near good enough. The flute sounds artificial, particularly the trill around 0:18 and the sixteenth-note pattern I use around 0:27.Note endings seem to cut off in a mechanical way for both…"
Jan 20
Alexey Arkhipenko replied to Alexey Arkhipenko's discussion Get your music performed by professional virtual instruments without installing any software
"Antonio, thank you for using Composers Tools. I found a bug that erroneously forced all woodwind articulations to glissando, this is why your trio sounded strange I believe. I fixed that and rerun rendering - please check. These are some of the…"
Jan 20
Antonio Freixas replied to Alexey Arkhipenko's discussion Get your music performed by professional virtual instruments without installing any software
"The comparisons sound good, but doing better than Sibelius is not much of a challenge, Much more interesting would a comparison with NotePerformer. I wrote a tool that does some of what you are doing. My base sounds were EastWest Symphonic Orchestra…"
Jan 6
Socrates Arvanitakis replied to Alexey Arkhipenko's discussion Get your music performed by professional virtual instruments without installing any software
"Excellent results, Alexey! Your sound is much more enhanced than Sibelius, though I think that if you take the trouble to tweak Sibelius a little you can improve its sound. Did you export a strait midi file from Sibelius and uploaded in Mgen? I…"
Jan 6
Alexey Arkhipenko replied to Alexey Arkhipenko's discussion Get your music performed by professional virtual instruments without installing any software
"Hi, Socrates. I am sorry for a long pause, I did not see notification about your message for some reason. Currently system interprets only small part of composers markings. Later it will recognize more markings. Currently recognized: - Dynamics…"
Jan 5
Socrates Arvanitakis replied to Alexey Arkhipenko's discussion Get your music performed by professional virtual instruments without installing any software
" Hi Alexey, nice to hear from you after all this time! Congratulations and good luck on your project. I've heard your demo trumpet on an internet café with lots of street noise, but I still liked it well. I don’t understand…"
Dec 20, 2017
Alexey Arkhipenko replied to Alexey Arkhipenko's discussion Get your music performed by professional virtual instruments without installing any software?
"Hi. Thanks for your reply.  It seems to me that this method already works good for student counterpoint exercises. See example of fully automatic mockup by MGen: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mLNadlwiDas Also, here is my piece The…"
Dec 18, 2017
John Driscoll replied to Alexey Arkhipenko's discussion Get your music performed by professional virtual instruments without installing any software?
"This is very interesting, but I don't think automated mockups are many lightyears away from realism.  It still takes the diligence of a human poring over every articulation (specific to the libraries that are used).  If you are…"
Dec 18, 2017
Alexey Arkhipenko posted a discussion

Get your music performed by professional virtual instruments without installing any software?

Hi! I am glad to return after a long period of inactivity on the forum.During that time I was trying to build a web service, which allows everyone to upload music in MIDI format and get it performed with professional virtual instruments without installing any software: http://artportal.su/ctrackerI have already implemented Piano, Violin, Trumpet, Horn, Trombone and Tuba. You can upload your music and try. I hope that this service can be useful for…See More
Dec 18, 2017
Alexey Arkhipenko replied to Gav Brown's discussion “Heat” Contest - WINNERS ANNOUNCED!!!
"Dear Gav, participants and voters, thanks a lot for this contest! I am glad that we have a lot of interesting pieces here in different styles and I am not sure which one is the best. It was interesting to me to receive comments and read comments to…"
Oct 3, 2016
Alexey Arkhipenko replied to Gav Brown's discussion “Heat” - CONTEST CONTINUES
"How about that? "Lightest" "Darkest" "Highest temperature" "Most sultry" "Most natural" "Most contemporary" "Most romantic" "Best sound" "Best score (sheet…"
Aug 19, 2016

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What have you composed for? Or what medium do you work around?
Film, Web, Choir, Orchestra, Small Ensemble, Big Ensemble, Songs, Contemporary Ensembles, Other
What is your favorite genre or style of music?
Different styles
Is music your main income source?
No - Not Yet
Where do you live?
Russia
About Me (Must include biographical information about you as a composer):
I create different music projects including algorithmic music. My projects are 3Bass, Virtal, Rhaos, CQuiz, ClassClass and other.
Website:
http://arkhipenko.weebly.com

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At 1:47pm on September 24, 2013, Per-Erik Rosqvist said…

Okay, I see. Have been away for a while I will listen to your other tune (Walker) now) and be back a few thoughts or advice/opinions if I have any. Haven't had time to read the article. Will asap. Probably during this evening or tomorrow. Interesting stuff!

Btw, feel free to comment on my filmic piece about a tank-battle on Russian soil! At Kursk (not the sub)  the 

Wehrmacht and Red Army Tanks, met in a fierce battle. Stalin won.

(The fundamental "form" (ABABAB and sometimes a C) is there compositionwise, I just feel I want to develop it more in either a classical or hollywoodesque/Zimmer-direction).  But the mix and production is what I need most feedback on, I did it in 2006.

Now listening to Walker.

At 3:16pm on September 10, 2013, Adrian Allan said…

By the way, I did listen to your quartet. I did not comment because I cant add any constructive comments to this style and you seem to know far more about the style than me.

At 3:11pm on September 10, 2013, Adrian Allan said…
pleased to recommend your website. I think you should link to it on the main page. I wasnt sure how the chord or harmony analyser worked, perhaps you could explain it as it looks very interesting.
At 11:58am on September 9, 2013, Per-Erik Rosqvist said…
In what way is expmaps (for ewql?) faulty in cubase? I drew the expcurve manually last time i used ewql (which is not often) and ut sounded ås ut should. Typos- writing on my phone. Will listen to the oter piece when I return!
At 10:20am on September 9, 2013, Per-Erik Rosqvist said…

Listening to run now. But here on your page. (Are they different compositionwise?)
This mix of woodwinds is more realistic than Adrian's, they're all in the same hall.
On this quick listen (I was captivated by the compostion!) I didn't listen for subtler mix-issues and have to leave for a few hours soon.

Did you use expression and ks?

A very intersteing piece and I enjoyed it and will return for more listens!
Its build-up is truly professional to my ears. Well done!

At 2:49pm on August 14, 2013, Nobuyoshi Tanaka said…

Very interested in variety of music you.

At 12:06am on July 29, 2013, michael diemer said…

Just listened to Dark Crusade. There is much to like here, Alch. It sounds like it would work very well on real instruments. and you did a nice job with the midi realization. I'll check out more of it later. Don't be discouraged, there is a lot to listen to on this forum, and it sometimes takes awhile for people to catch up with you. Hell, people hardly ever comment on my music, but that doesn't bother me. I like it, and you have every reason to like yours.

At 5:02pm on July 26, 2013, Tyler Hughes said…

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