[LAU] Ambient quasi-Persian music

Brett McCoy idragosani at gmail.com
Fri May 18 20:05:16 UTC 2012

Strings are from EastWest/Quantum Leap "Masters of the Silk Road"
collection (Persian String Orchestra), percussion is from Kontakt 5
standard libraries (yes, I do use Windows 7 for samplers, but all of
the sequencing, recording and mixing was done with Linux apps)

On Fri, May 18, 2012 at 3:59 PM, Julien Claassen <julien at mail.upb.de> wrote:
> Hey Brett!
>  I love fretless bass! Something that goes especially well with rhythm free
> or thin sections. As to the guitar: you might just try a different chorus or
> less of it. I still don't know, what exactly disturbs me. Maybe it is the
> thinness, perhaps it is mostly the obviousness of the chorus. Maybe it could
> use some subtle delay.
>  By the way: where did you take the strings from? And are the percussions
> real or from a sample library? If the latter, then I'd like to know from
> which.
>  Listening forwards to your next piece or version 2 of this one. :-)
>  Warmly yours
>         Julien
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Brett W. McCoy -- http://www.brettwmccoy.com
"In the rhythm of music a secret is hidden; If I were to divulge it,
it would overturn the world."
    -- Jelaleddin Rumi

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