Daniel Monge replied to Boris Segerståhl's discussion Midi orchestration by Gilreath
"Keep us updated about "midi orchestration".
That could be interesting.
hope it's not too hard to be back in the real world.
cheers

daniel monge"
May 30, 2010
Boris Segerståhl replied to Peter Rudenko's discussion Piano Preludes
"Hi Peter,
You make it sound so simple. This is moving over to the technology side but a question. What sample library would you recommend? Searching the web I get completely confused. I have in my computer a DAW named Reaper and a library Garritan…"
Mar 12, 2010
Boris Segerståhl replied to Peter Rudenko's discussion Piano Preludes
"Hi Peter,
I had a moment time and listened to The Painter. I got interested and picked Closing. I ended up listening to all of them. This will not fill a newspaper page. It can clearly be heard that they come from the same pen. Iimpressionism is not…"
Mar 10, 2010
Miguel Marquez replied to Boris Segerståhl's discussion Genesis 1954 v1r1
"Lol this reminds me of Ravel´s Carnival of Animals, which is full of piano lines that base on disonances."
Mar 9, 2010
Boris Segerståhl replied to Boris Segerståhl's discussion Genesis 1954 v1r1
"It is a sad fact that I agree with both of you.
It does not sound at all like it sounds when I try it on my piano. The big problem is that I am only now learning how to use technology. The file was rendered from Sibelius and is my first effort.…"
Mar 8, 2010
Adrian Allan replied to Boris Segerståhl's discussion Genesis 1954 v1r1
"It would be nice to see the score because, as Ray says, the recording is very mechanical.

I think that a lot of the music is lost without ralls and accels and the expression that we expect from a performance or a even a midi track with more…"
Mar 7, 2010
Boris Segerståhl replied to Harry Kontopoulos's discussion Hi. I'd like to hear people's opinions. :)
"In one of your pieces. I opened it in a notation program. I don't remember now which piece it was. It is some time ago. The character of the piece changed so much that it did not fit any simple classification. Perhaps "eclectic" which is rather…"
Mar 7, 2010
Boris Segerståhl replied to Harry Kontopoulos's discussion Hi. I'd like to hear people's opinions. :)
"I listened to all your pieces. It is difficult to judge from midi files but a few comments. The balance between instruments is problematic. The ostinatos are too dominating - especially the trumpet in the jazz piece if I remember correctly.…"
Mar 7, 2010
Boris Segerståhl replied to Jesse Boley's discussion Principles of Orchestration
"Thank you Thomas for the comments,
I really need a strategy. I will never be able to persuade an orchestra to play my music. That is a sad fact. I have noticed that when I was young I was not taken seriously because I was young. Now I am not taken…"
Feb 26, 2010
Boris Segerståhl replied to Jesse Boley's discussion Principles of Orchestration
"Shout if this is ridiculous.
What I miss is a guide to "Orchestration using General Midi instruments". I have tried a few examples from the Rimsky-Korsakov site and some of them are not very good when you use GM instruments. It was good training to…"
Feb 26, 2010
Boris Segerståhl replied to Jacob Royal's discussion What (if any) Music notation software do you use?
"My first two cents. I joined this morning. I had a short break (50 years) in my career. Had to earn a living. Back then it was piano, pen and paper. I started again six years ago opening my old boxes of scores and found out that there is a wonderful…"
Feb 21, 2010

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  • Hello Boris and welcome here! Let's have a listen to your music soon! Kind regards. Rudi
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