"This is a nice track. Though it sounds a little held back, during the big parts, especially at 1:50 - 2:00. I'm thinking it needs more bass and perhaps more percussion to give the strings more punch, in key parts."
I really like Jasmine Wind, it has a very serene feel to it, beautiful piano playing too. Like you, I started out with little to no music theory knowledge and learned by ear. I encourage people who are starting out to learn by ear as it…"
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thanks for that. nice tracks you made. it's got a gentle cinematic feel to it without being pretentious. Very original and genuine. Well done. When you have time have a listne to my newest tracks. They're part of my new feature film.
Ofcourse first you have to choose the correct samples. The EWSO Gold string section gives you choices solo violin, 4x violin, 11x and 18 x. Also there is a large string section of I think 50 and 70 where all strings, bass, cello, viola and violins are layered. I personally don't like those large string sections. It better to create them yourself and that the answer to your question. It helps to have violins double a part on two different octaves and one 2nd voice part. So three parts actually. Then accompany those those parts with one viola part and two cello parts and a bass part. Doing this with solo samples will already give you a fuller sound. Then experiment with changing to 11 or 18 violin samples and the same for the viola, cello and bass.
A nice thin reverb such as altiverb will give a nice finish to the fullness of sound.
O pardon, I think the chimes were from Stormdrum, not RA, the flute was
from RA. Yeah so either Stormdrum or EWSO gold percussion section.
Yeah, been spending thousands on these packages. But defenitely worth it.