A nameless Orchestral/Prog Rock demo

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    SAM CA

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    Here's a little different Orchestral/Epic/Rock demo. I love that Orchestral combi on Kronos. It's so handy for writing cues on the fly.

     
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    happyrat1 Destroyer of Eardrums!!!

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    That was a kickass recording! How many takes to get it just right? You made it look so effortless. :)

    Gary ;)
     
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    Rayblewit Love Music / Love Life

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    Ditto what Gary said. . . WOW!
    I love that sound. Awesome!
    Ray
     
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    Thank you guys. Glad you liked it. I took 6 whole takes altogether...2 for each part....and a few scraps just to experiment with certain sections. Originally Piano was more involved. I had too many mistakes in the middle section, so it was easier to just delete it. It wasn't meant to be a Piano concerto anyway... .
     
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    Very nice job! Great playing and sounds.
     
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