Revision: Comedic Antics

By far the most frequent comment I get from visitors and those who lend me their ear is that my audio samples are too short and they want to hear longer developed pieces. For a number of reasons—usually down to time and the fact that many are simply exercises, these samples are kept short. That said, SMN required me to send a longer sample track for panel review so I revised Comedic Antics in to more of a ‘piece.

Here is the revision:

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In time, I’ll work out a way to incorporate some of my longer-format works, including music for concert platform into this blog. However, first things first, I need to better organise my audio player. Coming soon…

  1. David Thomas says:

    Quite a cute, spritely excerpt. What is the music rendered on?

    David

  2. leslieq says:

    Hi David, thanks for taking the time to listen. This extract is rendered right out of Sibelius 5 software. It uses the old Garritan Personal Orchestra library sounds. I’ve since learnt that there are much sophisticated libraries out there so I will upgrade in time. Though they could never replace a live orchestra. Nevertheless, sample libraries are proving useful to do these kind of mock-ups.

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