Hey there :)
Doug Hammer and I are entering the final stages of music post production and we are proofing
all of the songs before duplication and printing :) We are so very excited. I wanted to share with you a
sample of one of the song titled "Crimson Sky". This project consists of Piano and Theremin, improvised. What you hear is what we did in the studio, but I did punch in sections to take care of pitch and timing in sections.. I hope you enjoy :)
Thanks for the nice comment :) It has been a very rewarding project, both creatively and musically. I was ble to further my musicianship and also sharpen some improvisional skills as well. I am very grateful for the opportunity!
That is superb - the sections of this album I have heard are really growing on me!
As Dewster noted, the envelopes are interesting.. Something I never realized before was the almost "inverse" envelope you employ a lot - slow attack with comparatively quick decay.. It really fits in this piece, sort of seems to compliment the pianos envelope.
Thank you Fred !
I guess I kind of play the theremin the same way as I would sing. But overall, I think I try to find the center of the note first before I gain volume and vibrato... Interesting observation you boys made!
Yes, all of the theremin sounds on that album (including the recording in the short sample above) were created on the Epro.
You think it sounds pure? I used the 2nd notch from the left on the timbre setting.