Samonella wrote:Here's a much better version of the drums
Samonella wrote:I tried putting it with Inky's latest recordings, but that didn't go very well
Samonella wrote:Also, I had a warm-up session with my trumpet so I'll hopefully get a decent recording within a day or two!
Inky wrote:Samonella wrote:I tried putting it with Inky's latest recordings, but that didn't go very well
Is it a timing issue or something else? I put them together and the timing seemed correct?
skeptical_troll wrote:I must say that the intonation of both cello parts is really precise, I'm impressed!
skeptical_troll wrote:Nitpicking: I think that the triplet at bar 3 is slightly rushed at the beginning, that's the only thing I'd try to fix.
skeptical_troll wrote:Unfortunately, I recorded them listening to the old cello parts, with which they are reasonable in tune, but they are not with the new ones
I see. Somehow I thought you were feeling the pulse a little ways into each note, but it sounds pretty good lined up like that.Inky wrote:Edit: For reference, this is how I lined them up in audacity - cello and drum downbeat are marked with a red line, so basically just cut off the beginning of the drums until they match up.
Samonella wrote:Somehow I thought you were feeling the pulse a little ways into each note
Samonella wrote:OK: finally here is my first recording (which I am nowhere near happy with yet).
Ooh, yup. I didn't even notice that, but will fix it next time.Inky wrote:Just one small thing is that the ocarina seems to be playing a half note pickup to measure 6, instead of a quarter note.
I could play the whole opening twice, once with each. An extra brassy sound there wouldn't be bad (assuming I can get two good recordings ).Inky wrote:EDIT: Also measure 4 sounds strange with no one playing D#-B-D# E, maybe trumpet should play that instead?
So we'd have four measures of just strings? I think that would sound nice. I'll try playing them again, but whether or not it goes well I think this is a good option.Inky wrote:Edit2: I could play that one phrase (measures 13-16) on cello, if it's too difficult to get the low A on ocarina/trumpet.
Same here, it's been too long since I was in a band.Inky wrote:This is great! I hardly ever get the chance to play with other people in real life, so this makes me so happy
Yeah, that's the same for me.Inky wrote:I think your previous attachment actually had the same file (all parts together) 3 times?
Yeah, that's the bad thing about ocarinas, every note has exactly one volume that you can play it at if you want to be in tune. But I can always (in fact, already have in several places) edit the volume in audacity. Play around with these if you haven't:skeptical_troll wrote:Also, the ocarina is a nice touch, however the last few notes you play with it sound a bit low together with the strings, is there a way to fix that or is it just how the instrument is done?
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