Voces de Forumque: so I need some Baroque/early music(https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DrtoDWh7TU0 Voices Male and Female(24 in all; so people can rotate 2-4 for each voice type(and it's subtypes). hypothetical schedule: four songs a year. voice info(types: https://takelessons.com/blog/voice-types-and-subtypes) auditions: 2 octave scale & one folk or art song in any language DM me here or on Discord with your audition/ any questions
Updated to V1.3:
Fixed a bunch of issues in the solo and ensemble strings that were really bugging me, mostly related to consistent timbre, volume and timing.
Fixed accidental double reverb on double basses and trombones (yay, less muddyness).
Dropped BPM from 70 to 68.
Stretched out ending decelerando to create more gravitas (?).
Added the same panning effect to ostinato strings at the end as is also used in the beginning. It doesn't really fit the song's storyline but makes the song overall more musically coherent and this section in particular a lot less fatiguing.
Added gradual crescendo in the strings for the opening part.
Decreased volume of the background strings in the ending part to better highlight the front melodies.
Next up is a change in the woodwind samples which will finally allow me to do unison sections without phasing issues so I can unclutter the woodwinds. Right now there's lots of unison between for example a single flute and clarinet because unison between the two flutes just wouldn't work. This change should really de-clutter the sound scape a lot.
While I'm at I should also rewrite certain parts of the woodwinds because this is ok-ish writing:
And this is just me being a huge derp:
This idea sounds a lot like the Freshly Baked Remixer Challenge.
Users could make a request, remixers could sign up. After a date, each remixer was matched to a request. That was not a contest, there was no voting.
The last round is here: http://compo.thasauce.net/rounds/view/FBRC2011