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Has anybody used Sonatina Symphony Orchestra with Cakewalk?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Timothy Smith 6 hours ago. 13 Replies

Hi,I am very new in this VST effort.  I tried to use Cakewalk and TTS-1 builtin, to render my work.Unfortunately the strings are too cheesy not even like strings.  I tried to play withinstrument…Continue

Piece for Brass and Strings - 2nd movement

Started this discussion. Last reply by Ali Riza SARAL Mar 21. 9 Replies

Hi,This is the second movement of my work 'Piece for Brass and Strings'. 2min 40secsI can't deny a little bit Hindemith influence, specially at the end.Initially I had intended to name this movement…Continue

Piece for Brass and Strings - 1st mvmnt - Borders

Started this discussion. Last reply by Gav Brown Mar 5. 10 Replies

Hi,This is still a WIP.  IT is supposed to be a Piece for Brass and Strings.Three movements:1- Borders2- Limits3- FramesBrass is a quintet. Strings are 3-3-2-2-1Any comments are strongly welcome.My…Continue

Piece for Computer and 4 Tromboni(2020)

Started this discussion. Last reply by Ali Riza SARAL Feb 13. 2 Replies

Hi, Piece for Computer and 4 Tromboni is composed of a tape part generated when I attended Stanford-CCRMA 1991 summer seminar. and 4 tromboni parts were composed afterwards for my graduation from…Continue

 

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Ali Riza SARAL replied to Gav Brown's discussion Great YouTube Analyses
"Hi, I just listened Andreyev's Anton Webern in 10 minutes Very enticing.  A few words that pass by may switch some new ideas...   Thank you again, Gav. "
42 minutes ago
Timothy Smith replied to Ali Riza SARAL's discussion Has anybody used Sonatina Symphony Orchestra with Cakewalk?
" You may also want to try another free orchestra that possibly has an added advantage. PROJECT SAM I haven't tried that orchestra but it's free and you would have nothing to loose. The added advantage to it is a Kontakt Player…"
6 hours ago
Timothy Smith replied to Ali Riza SARAL's discussion Has anybody used Sonatina Symphony Orchestra with Cakewalk?
"Nice Ali. There are usually several ways to do things in Cakewalk.The method you used is global. The second way only changes the project. If all tracks are to be changed, then on a PC CTRL+A selects all tracks or each one can be individually…"
6 hours ago
Ali Riza SARAL replied to Timothy Smith's discussion You Are My All In All
"Hi Tim, Excellent. I am not brought up as Christian but still I find your music soothing and consoling. The level of prosody is noteworthy... Of course an other approach to prosody could be to sacrifice words partially in favor of the music…"
8 hours ago
Ali Riza SARAL replied to Ali Riza SARAL's discussion Has anybody used Sonatina Symphony Orchestra with Cakewalk?
"I changed reference C by: Edit->Preferences->Customization->Display->Base octave for pitches= -1"
10 hours ago
Timothy Smith replied to Ali Riza SARAL's discussion Has anybody used Sonatina Symphony Orchestra with Cakewalk?
"Glad to see that you are making progress. To get midi into Cakewalk from MuseSCORE I  export the files as midi from MuseSCORE onto my desktop. I then drag and drop the midi file into Cakewalk which should open the file up unless it is in some…"
15 hours ago
Ali Riza SARAL replied to Ali Riza SARAL's discussion Has anybody used Sonatina Symphony Orchestra with Cakewalk?
"Hi, I finally did it.  It is attached below. The problems I met are shortly: 1- Sinfonia soft synth works one per track, so 10 instruments means 10 soft synths. 2-Headers and other controls in the MIDI file has to be deleted. 3-Cakewalk base C…"
yesterday
Ali Riza SARAL replied to Ali Riza SARAL's discussion Has anybody used Sonatina Symphony Orchestra with Cakewalk?
"Thank you very much Tim. I am new in using Cakewalk and still learning.  I have a feeling that I haven't yet figured out moving MuseSCORE's midi output file to Cakewalk.  Today I made substantial improvemnts when I removed…"
Monday
Timothy Smith replied to Ali Riza SARAL's discussion Has anybody used Sonatina Symphony Orchestra with Cakewalk?
"I second Komplete free as a nice way to get started. If you look around on the web many sample and adventurous programmers offer free versions such as Project Sam. As Michael says, there are free and low cost sounds out there that are pretty…"
Monday
Ali Riza SARAL replied to Dane Aubrun's discussion Cantata for Contralto and Orchestra 5 mins +
"Hi Dane, A lot of work...  In your own style...  Orchestration good quality... Unfortunately the words are missing.  It really kills the piece I believe. But nothing can be done.  Unless you record it yourself and tranform the…"
Monday
michael diemer replied to Ali Riza SARAL's discussion Has anybody used Sonatina Symphony Orchestra with Cakewalk?
"Ali, Kontakt will let you load 16 instruments, although it may be better to have 2 or 3 instances of Kontakt than one. It all depends on your system.  Yes, Cakewalk is a complex piece of software. There is a learning curve, no getting around…"
Monday
Ali Riza SARAL replied to Ali Riza SARAL's discussion Has anybody used Sonatina Symphony Orchestra with Cakewalk?
"Hi Michael, I am making some progress with Cakewalk.  It is a large system, takes time to learn by try and fail. Kontakt Player is free but I remember as if there are some limits as to the number of parts etc. Am I mistaken? Thanks. Ali"
Sunday
michael diemer replied to Ali Riza SARAL's discussion Has anybody used Sonatina Symphony Orchestra with Cakewalk?
"Ali, if you can't get Sonatina to work with TTS-1, I believe it will work in the free Kontakt Player. You can get the free KP by itself, and it is also included in NI's Complete start, which comes with a bunch of free sounds (but is not…"
Saturday
Ali Riza SARAL replied to Ali Riza SARAL's discussion Has anybody used Sonatina Symphony Orchestra with Cakewalk?
"Hi Michael, Thank you for your kind advice.  I appreciate it. Ali"
Saturday
michael diemer replied to Ali Riza SARAL's discussion Has anybody used Sonatina Symphony Orchestra with Cakewalk?
"Just wanted to add: A better alternative to the Plogue sforzando may be this: https://www.tx16wx.com Apparently sforzando also has problems, according to the Cakewalk forum, but I have never had trouble with it. The https://www.tx16wx looks…"
Saturday
michael diemer replied to Ali Riza SARAL's discussion Has anybody used Sonatina Symphony Orchestra with Cakewalk?
"Hi Ali, the TTS-1 is a general midi set, and comes with many problems. I had to give up on using it in Cakewalk.  You will get much better sound with a full orchestral library. Sonatina is not bad for a free program, but spending a little money…"
Friday

Profile Information

What have you composed for? Or what medium do you work around?
Choir, Orchestra, Small Ensemble, Big Ensemble, Songs
What is your favorite genre or style of music?
20th century
Is music your main income source?
No - Not Yet
Where do you live?
Istanbul
About Me (Must include at least one paragraph of biographical information about you as a composer) - blank or minimal answers on this line will cause your request to be rejected. Include a link to your website if you have one.
Ali R+ SARAL has studied double majors and has two Master’s degrees,

MSc and BSC from Istanbul Technical University and MM from Illinois State University.

He was accepted to the Istanbul State Conservatoir Composition and Theory Department and

studied harmony, counterpoint and others with Erçivan SAYDAM,

composition with İlhan USMANBAŞ.


He was a student of Roque CORDERO and Arthur CORRA at USA.

He has attended courses at Stanford University CCRMA lab and Darmstad 1996.


He has written 48 works of music more than 9 hours long.

You can find his compositions at Petrucci Library: http://imslp.org/wiki/Category:Saral,_Ali_Riza


He has served EUROCONTROL and German airspace as an air traffic control engineer 1992-1997.
He has specialized in LARGESYSTEMS and Java-J2EE.
His areas of interest include Systems Psychology, ANN and parsers.


He writes blogs at:
http://largesystems-atc.blogspot.com/
http://largesystems-atc-en.blogspot.com/
http://alirizasaral.blogspot.com/


You can reach him at:
Addr: Barbaros Mah Sedef Sk Onur Sit. Akasya Apt. 13/3G Uskudar ISTANBUL TÜRKİYE 34662
Tel: 90 506 887 8401
Website:
https://imslp.org/wiki/Category:Saral,_Ali_Riza

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At 11:21pm on September 16, 2019, Gav Brown said…

Welcome Ali!

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Anatolia fuer Stimme

Posted on September 28, 2019 at 3:00am 1 Comment

Songs of Liberty

Posted on September 24, 2019 at 3:11pm 0 Comments

https://soundcloud.com/user-852737091/songs-of-liberty

LYRICS:

I

Gorgeous Freedom

by Aleksandr Blok (death 1921)

translation Ali Riza SARAL

 

I prefer the gorgeous freedom,

And I fly to lands of grace,

Where in wide and clear meadows

All is good, as dreams, and blest.

 

Here they rice: the clover clear,

And corn-flower's gentle…

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