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Old 07-07-2013, 06:51 PM
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Default Re: Sinfonia a 10 in D by Georg Christoph Wagenseil, c. 1746

Sherry,

So glad you liked it. Thanks for the encouragement.

In answer to your questions:

I prefer to use Notation Composer on the abstract level of the written notes -- approximating the experience of writing on stave paper. This is conducive to deploying accustomed patterns of perception and thought (education or habit) that enhance my music workspace.

As a result, performance may suffer, as the repeats produce exactly the same midi events. I use Cubase to import the midi file -- the one exported from Notation with the "Write out repeats . . ." option ticked. At that point, in Cubase, I have the whole performance in midi. I can, for example, make the last ritardando deeper, slower; vary some velocities and articulations on the repeats. Also in Cubase, there are subtle midi randomizing functions -- I use the ones for velocity and note start.

I do find the tempo map in Cubase more precise and easier to use -- also good at locating midi tempo events that can safely be thinned (I notice midi signal latencies, even on "modern" computers).

The sound patches are all using the EMU UltraProteus synthesizer, vintage circa 1989. The specific patches for the Wagenseil "Sinfonia a 10 in D" are listed in the pdf, attached.

I use various Cubase signal processing functions on the audio output, including an equalizer and a reverb. On listening again to these files (from October of last year), it sounds a bit too big of a hall for my current taste, but still more or less realistic.

Best regards,

Walt
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