Hi! I am glad to post my new work with the video, that shows the whole process of composing it in a fast-forward mode.
In this track, like in others this year I am moving from the concept of simple repetitions, that I often used in the previous tracks. Now if I reuse any material, I modify it, making the whole piece not only a meditative pleasure full of repeats, but also more rich in information, when listening to every minute brings something new.
In the sheet music I highlighted notes that were creating dissonances with red and notes that were not used in any dissonances with green.
The other new concept in this track is the inversion of classical harmonic principle: I tend to use dissonances for downbeat and long times, while allowing some consonances in passing notes.
When composing this track I created a first voice (flute or violin) and then built other voices adding consonances or dissonances.
Here I use three libraries, each of them producing interesting sound.
All three libraries support legato speed control and thus needed a lot of tweaking of note starts. The result is plenty of hand-shifted note starts, creating a more live groove.
Spitfire Flute Consort includes three short note lengths, which is not very common in today's libraries and which sounds realistic.
8dio adagio violin has many different legato types, which decreases machinegun effect significantly.
Tina Guo library is very melodious and does not need much additional CC dynamics tuning for long notes. I had to move cello notes to the left more than other instruments because of long attacks. Yet cello still sounds a little bit after the tempo. I did not correct it further, because bass in large spaces can be delayed.
8dio - Adagio Strings (Strings) [Violin]
Cinesamples - Tina Guo Cello (Strings)
Spitfire - Flute Consort (Woodwinds)