Chad Sir Wick Hughes replied to André Aaslie's discussion Authentic vibrato in the string-section
"^^^^Man, /can I quite you on this! WELL PUT!!"
Mar 12, 2012
Chad Sir Wick Hughes replied to André Aaslie's discussion Authentic vibrato in the string-section
"very true!"
Mar 11, 2012
Chad Sir Wick Hughes replied to André Aaslie's discussion Authentic vibrato in the string-section
"i typically try to avoid MIDI strings all together.  They just don't seem to give me that "vibrato" like the real thing.  I usually get a quartet.  Trust me! It's worth it!"
Mar 10, 2012
Greg Brus replied to André Aaslie's discussion Authentic vibrato in the string-section
"Mind you, I'm talking from the violinist-gone-engineer perspective. There may be some tricks that actually work better despite being not as authentic as what I can come up with by analysing my playing."
Mar 10, 2012
André Aaslie replied to André Aaslie's discussion Authentic vibrato in the string-section
"Ok, thank you.
The music (metal) is very bombastic and huge (check out www.gromth.com ) but I like to think of the symphony as kind of a very advanced synth in the background on the calmer parts and more expressive (and with more brass) in the more…"
Mar 9, 2012
Greg Brus replied to André Aaslie's discussion Authentic vibrato in the string-section
"A lot depends on the phrasing. I suppose the rule of thumb would be that for the first note of the phrase vibrato takes a while to sink in, while for the rest it happens very quickly (might even be instanteous, depends on the dynamics); the last…"
Mar 9, 2012

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