[LAU] [music] The queen is dead (synthetic orchestral piece, WITH fugue :) )

david gnome at hawaii.rr.com
Fri Oct 15 08:33:21 CEST 2021

Please do!

On 10/14/21 8:03 PM, Jeanette C. wrote:
> Thanks David! Yes, the fugue was a lot of fun. I'm still debating with 
> myself whether to pick it up and work it out.
> Best wishes,
> Jeanette
> Oct 15 2021, david has written:
>> On 10/14/21 9:13 AM, Jeanette C. wrote:
>>> Hey hey,
>>> I'd like to announce the release of "The queen is dead":
>>> https://youtu.be/otTwVsenZ0I
>>> or OGG audio download:
>>> https://www.dropbox.com/s/p0wwhfdf9zzarbp/the_queen_is_dead.ogg
>>> There is also a "making off" or walkthrough, where I talk about the 
>>> writing and production and my workflow/environment a little bit:
>>> https://youtu.be/TZBVGK_z0H0
>>> You can further download the MIDI sequencing session, with pritned 
>>> out MIDI file, LinuxSampler LSCP script and more here:
>>> http://juliencoder.de/sound/the_queen_is_dead.zip
>>> This song was written and produced as an entry for Loopop's "mega 
>>> contest". The idea is to only use samples he recorded from 
>>> unreleased synths at Superbooth 2021. No genre restrictions and the 
>>> samples are available as SFZ and Decent Sampler, amonst others.
>>> The song itself meanders between soundtrack, romantic impression and 
>>> clean baroque. The fugue is quite short, but it's there, in all its 
>>> three voices. :)
>>> Plugins used: g2reverb, CAPS C* PlateX2, L/C/R delay, Glame Lowpass 
>>> Filter and Glame Highpass Filter from the SWH plugin collection, TAP 
>>> Stereo Echo, Chorus/Flanger, AutoPanner, Tube Warmth and Scaling 
>>> Limiter, Calf Phaser LADSPA, Invada Compressor Stereo and 4-Band 
>>> Parametric Filter (fil-plugins), Stereo Balance and Panner 
>>> (ste-plugins) by Fons Adriaensen.
>>> This time there is a heap of automation and as usual quite a bit of 
>>> parallel processing, either as parallel sends or multiband processing.
>>> Enjoy and best wishes,
>>> Jeanette
>> Lovely music! The little fugue in the middle really makes the piece, 
>> in my opinion.

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