1. Didja accidentally blow through the whole, "We're using our real names" thing on registration? No problem, just send me (Mike) a Conversation message and I'll get you sorted, by which I mean hammered-into-obedient-line because I'm SO about having a lot of individuality-destroying, oppressive shit all over my forum.
    Dismiss Notice
  2. Discussion areas for the individual classes are unlocked for all users. Let's see if this makes it any more useful. If not, we'll drop this or organize under a single banner to save space and lean things out.
    Dismiss Notice

Fanfare for the Frontier - Live Brass Closer

Discussion in 'Tips, Tricks & Talk' started by Mike Verta, Mar 15, 2018.

  1. We're going to talk about double/triple-tonguing and what impact that has on performance, stamina, dynamics, etc. I wrote this to illustrate.

  2. This is fucking awesome! I'm currently in the train going up through the Blue Mountains region (Sydney) and as soon as I pressed play, looking out the window, suddenly everything looked different and I was on a fantastic adventure!
    Runar Lundvall and John Eldridge like this.
  3. Ha, cool. :) The score:

    Attached Files:

  4. Here's the final, from the Live Show (almost done!)

  5. Very cool!
  6. Very nice! Did you change the panning? Because I don't remember the players being placed like that in the room.
  7. Yes just for listening's sake, the trumpets are on the right, trombones and tuba spread across the center and horns on the left.
  8. Sounds cool - How did you achieve that without having issues with the room mics? Or is it only close mics?
  9. There is only a kiss of the room mics in there and I Haas panned and them a little bit just to push them to the sides, plus used some mid-side shaping to clear the center.
  10. The fact that the panning was changed and no phasing issues arised seems unreal to me. I know this must be very basic engineering and mic placement 101 but is there a map of the setup from the class that we can make? Maybe some of the more tech oriented guys can recognize the mics from the video?

Share This Page