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  • Choral BWV 11

    I don't remember seeing an annoucement of this demo of Bach's Choral by Beat Kaufmann (maybe I just overlooked it). I stumbled across it today on the demo page and really enjoyed it. Excellent work, Beat.

    http://www.vsl.co.at/Player2.aspx?Lang=13&DemoId=4962

    Best,
    Jay

  • Beat,

    I really enjoyed that, thanks! [[;)]]

    The last chord of the piece almost sounded like subito piano fp, was this intended?

    Have you thought of doing one of the Bradenburg?

  • Great. Are those VSL voices? I thought I heard short samples in there. Did the pre-release of VSL voices contain short samples?

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    Hello and thanks a lot Guys [[[;)]]]...
    for the praising BWV11-words and sorry for beeing absent the last two or three weeks. My profession is "unfortunately" not musician. I had some busy weeks - away from VSL. But nevertheless for compensating the stress I found some "suny spells" to played the VI (around midnight [:O]ops: > moony spells? [8-)] )
    And last but not least: Thanks for all your fantastic demos which also have found their ways to the demo page of VSL in the meantime...

    @Another User said:

    Great. Are those VSL voices? I thought I heard short samples in there. Did the pre-release of VSL voices contain short samples?

    Yes. The pre-release contains sa-, ta-, ra- samples and a-/u- staccatos beside the AAA-legatos and the UUU-legatos. So I used them as well. But with this vocabulary the language of my Bach-Choir is at best Stone-Age or prehistoric... UUuu-a-a-a-a-Ra! Ta? [8o|] SA!!! ...... u-u-u [:O]ops:

    Beat Kaufmann

    - Tips & Tricks while using Samples of VSL.. see at: https://www.beat-kaufmann.com/vitutorials/ - Tutorial "Mixing an Orchestra": https://www.beat-kaufmann.com/mixing-an-orchestra/
  • Absolutely superb as always Beat. No doubt that was the Brass II Piccolo Trumpet which was just right.

  • Great job, Beat!

    Gary Eskow