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Old 08-14-2019, 12:25 AM
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Very simple, very french.

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Pretty and sounds good - partially because of the stereo effect. Some notes come way from the right and others way from the left. Some sort of expander software?
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On one side there is a dry signal coming from a microphone, on the other side a magnetic pick-up going into a reverb pedal. These signal goes in the camera thru a spartan location mixer which have nothing in term of control except gain, volume and a high pass filter that I don't use. Depending on the notes, the response of each channel can be different. There is no "magic" software involved. But the result is putting at work a known psycho-acoustic effect created by the brain, which creates a pleasant result. Very simple stuff. No technology at all.
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On one side there is a dry signal coming from a microphone, on the other side a magnetic pick-up going into a reverb pedal. These signal goes in the camera thru a spartan location mixer which have nothing in term of control except gain, volume and a high pass filter that I don't use. Depending on the notes, the response of each channel can be different. There is no "magic" software involved. But the result is putting at work a known psycho-acoustic effect created by the brain, which creates a pleasant result. Very simple stuff. No technology at all.
Thanks for the info.
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That was really lovely! What a wonderful sound!

Thanks for that piece and recording!

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Old 08-15-2019, 06:47 AM
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Jean-Paul,
Thatís so beautifully played! Your musicality is so deep, and it never fails to come through!

Thank you for a few minutes away from reality!

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I was in a trance listening to this. Simply superb!!
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Very simple, very French, very soothing and very beautiful! Merci beaucoup Jan-Paul! Ed.
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Guys, I thank you beaucoup. Your comments have a lot of value to me.
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Old 08-16-2019, 08:34 AM
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Lovely music and playing! Thank you!
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