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At 7/30/10 05:07 PM, sorohanro wrote: I funk and classic also from time to time :))
Haha. You're welcome. I was wondering if something like that was going to happen.
At 8/2/10 11:56 AM, sorohanro wrote: Soon to be available :D
Wouldn't that just be sick, to have your lead melody be from a Vuvuzela! Such a thing would be madness to listen to.
And I so want to make a song with one. Just because of the madness.
VUVUZELA, for now just the low note (A#) of a plastic vuvuzela played soft, medium soft, medium and loud.
microphone used - AKG Perception 170
preamp used - ART Tube MP Project Series
soundcard - M-Audio Auiophile 192
sampled at 32 bit 44.1 khz
Vuvuzela samples + patch for Mu.Lab
and a short demo song:
Vuvuzela have several notes, can be played only on natural harmonics (like the Baroque trumpet) but I figured that might be more interesting to "stretch" it and have a more interesting virtual instrument that have more possibilities than the real one :D
At 8/4/10 05:10 PM, sorohanro wrote: ... it be more interesting to "stretch" it and have a more interesting virtual instrument that have more possibilities than the real one :D
Totally! And there are some great examples like this that do the same thing. Might be something to look into a little more if you are making a serious foray into the world of virtual instruments. ;-)
I know I'm going to have to make something like this at some point in my career, it's just too cool.
Oh, and I hereby present you with further mad props on the Vuvuzellaness.
Wow, and here i thought adding a vuvuzela was just a joke.
But it wasn't!
That's some great stuff, man.
nstrument sampled - Plastic Vuvuzela
Microphone used - Oktava MK319
Preamp used - Art Tube MP Project Series
Recorded at 32 bit float, 44.1 khz samplerate, converted at 24 bit.
Played and sampled by Mihai Sorohan.
These are sounding great guys. Thats alot of great effort you are putting in. Excellent work.
I cant remember where I seen it, but I seen a program that takes on voice, and makes it into a sorround sound choir. I think with your many voices you have you could have a full sounding choir. It may broaden your samples a bit. I need to hunt it out.
These choir sustains are nice. However have you ever thought abouting a staccato patch? There's already alot of sustain samples out there, but amazing staccato patches are hard to find/afford. Oh, and how hard is it to make these into Kontakt from your wav samples, i've always wanted to make kontakt packs to make it easier on myself.
Great work all around, cant wait for a play around!