From newcomer Nicolas Ferranti comes a cool, short but well-developed orchestral Kid Icarus ReMix, made with Logic and an E-Mu Virtuoso 2000, a sound module dedicated completely to symphonic/orchestral sounds. I've been interested in seeing what a piece made entirely using this module would sound like, and it's pretty good, although it certainly helps that Nicolas has a good ear for dynamics and varied instrumentation. Recent judge addition GrayLightning enthused:
"Quality arrangement and instrument usage throughtout. The middle soft section with the harp and glockenspiel is particularly strong. I'd consider this a primer for those wanting to get into traditional orchestra on how to do it right."While the brass timbres are less convincing, as one judge noted, this is highly excusable especially in light of the excellent, very dramatic orchestration and the relative scarcity of amazingly convincing brass sounds. I think the tradeoffs between clarinet and flute and solo/ensemble dynamics work especially well, and the whole piece has a feeling of heroic suspense and kinetic energy. Short but emphatic and constructed with focus and direction, this is a great little gem of an orchestral ReMix that adeptly takes the source material and breathes new life into it - good stuff, great first mix, hope to hear more.
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