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Re: Gold Sound Base MP3 Demos  
« Reply #15 on: Jul 27th, 2007, 6:03pm »
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http://webs.lanset.com/jow/HaydnQop64.mp3
 
An unlikely combination that seems to work:
 
Clavinet (Piano)
Octa Rhodes (Piano)
 
Swell-Cromorne 8' (organ)
G.Org-Flute ouverte 4' (organ)
Ped-Montre 8' (organ)
 
Nat. 12 Str. Guitar 2 (Guitar)
Cymbalum (Chromatic percussion)
Zither (String & Orchestra)
 
 
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Re: Gold Sound Base MP3 Demos  
« Reply #16 on: Aug 8th, 2007, 6:32am »
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http://webs.lanset.com/jow/Vivaldi2hornConcerto.mp3
 
Bugle (Brass)
plus
Natural Trumpet (Brass)
 
Strings 2 (Ensemble)
Plus
Natural Violin 2 (String & Orchestra)
Natural Violin (String & Orchestra)
 
Natural Contrabass (String & Orchestra)
 
Ped-Bombarde 16' (Organ)
Ped-Soubasse 16' (Organ)
Ped-Bourdon 8' (Organ)
 
G.Org-Flute ouverte 4' (Organ)
plus
Natural Staccato Violin (String & Orchestra)
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Re: Gold Sound Base MP3 Demos  
« Reply #17 on: Sep 13th, 2007, 9:21pm »
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http://webs.lanset.com/jow/adagioGminorAlbinoni.mp3
 
60's strings (Ensemble)
Reconstituted Orchestra (Ensemble)
 
Natural Slow Violin 2 (String & Orchestra)
With lowered frequency and resonance to imitate a viola
 
Natural Violin (String & Orchestra)
With raised frequency to contrast the imitation viola.
Also many notes in the solo violin part have  the volume rising effect to soften the attack of this particular voice.
 
Pizzicato Str. 2 (String & Orchestra)
Slow Strings 2 (Ensemble)
 
G.Org-Flute ouverte 4' (organ)
Swell-Prestant 4' (organ)
Ped-Fourniture III (organ)
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Re: Gold Sound Base MP3 Demos  
« Reply #18 on: Sep 29th, 2007, 5:48pm »
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More lovely and distinctive examples here in mp3 and myr file form.
http://www.myriad-online.com/cgi-bin/bbs/YaBB.pl?board=other;action=disp lay;num=1190023873
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Re: Gold Sound Base MP3 Demos  
« Reply #19 on: Sep 30th, 2007, 7:21pm »
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Mr. Gold has posted elsewhere in the forum but I don't want any new browsers to miss it.
Here, therefore, are more original works with the Gold 2 sounds.
http://soundclick.com/edwardgold
 
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Re: Gold Sound Base MP3 Demos  
« Reply #20 on: Oct 1st, 2007, 5:35am »
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http://webs.lanset.com/jow/TicoTico_1.mp3
 
Nat.Bass Clarinet (Reed)
Swell-Cromorne 8' (organ)
Ped-Clairon 4' (organ) [a bit of distortion on this one]
All with some feedback delay and vibrato
 
Dynamic Tom (percussive)
Legato Natural trumpet
Natural Trombone
Natural Tenor Sax 2
Techno Bass
Saxo Alto Natural
 
dog (SFX set in Drum)
 
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Re: Gold Sound Base MP3 Demos  
« Reply #21 on: Oct 18th, 2007, 8:55pm »
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http://webs.lanset.com/jow/Arabesque_Organ.mp3
 
G.Org-Flute ouverte 4'
Ped-Choral Basse 4'
Swell-Voix humaine 8'
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Re: Gold Sound Base MP3 Demos  
« Reply #22 on: Oct 18th, 2007, 10:31pm »
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on Sep 30th, 2007, 7:21pm, James Warren wrote:
Mr. Gold has posted elsewhere in the forum but I don't want any new browsers don't miss it.
Here, therefore, are more original works with the Gold 2 sounds.
http://soundclick.com/edwardgold
 

Thanks James. Just saw this today.  
 
Another one is the satiric-only file of "Meditating in the Shakespeare Garden". Not a serious effort but with added sound effects. Mentioned in the Other Subjects forum.
 
http://www.egoldmidincd.com/Shakespeare.html
 
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Re: Gold Sound Base MP3 Demos  
« Reply #23 on: Oct 22nd, 2007, 10:21pm »
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Thanks for the demos.
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« Reply #24 on: Nov 4th, 2007, 2:20am »
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http://webs.lanset.com/jow/3hms.mp3
 
Natural Acoustic Bass (Bass) with feedback delay and Panning
Natural Clarinet 2 (Reed)
Natural French Bassoon (Reed) with feedback delay and Panning
 
Nat. Bass Clarinet (Reed) with feedback delay
doubled with
Synth Breathy Sax (Reed) with reverberation and Panning
 
60's strings (Ensemble) with a bit of vibrato and Panning
 
Dynamic Tom (Percussive)
Electric Percussion (Percussive)
kick drum 1(brush set - drum box checked)
 
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Re: Gold Sound Base MP3 Demos  
« Reply #25 on: Nov 10th, 2007, 7:43pm »
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http://webs.lanset.com/jow/LoserMarch.mp3
 
G.Org-Quinte 2 2-3' (Organ)
Bugle (Brass)
Natural trumpet (Brass)
Nat. Bass Clarinet (Reed)
Natrual French Bassoon (Reed)
Sitar 2 (Ethnic)
Taiko (Percussive)
Heart Beat (Effects)
 
 
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Re: Gold Sound Base MP3 Demos  
« Reply #26 on: Dec 8th, 2007, 5:13pm »
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http://webs.lanset.com/jow/Tannenbaum.mp3
 
Nat. Legato Violin 2 (String & Orchestra)
Natural Violin
 
Natural trombone (Brass)
Bright trombone
 
Power Rhodes (Piano)
Octa Rhodes
 
Synth Bass 101 (Bass)
 
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Re: Gold Sound Base MP3 Demos  
« Reply #27 on: Dec 29th, 2007, 8:17am »
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"Auld Lang Syne" is translated literally as ``old long since'' or more currently as "times gone by."  So here's to all that water under the bridge and since we didn't drown in it, happy new year!
 
Http://webs.lanset.com/jow/AuldLangSyne.mp3
 
The voices are all likely to be modified with some or all of the vibrato, panning and feedback delay effects.
 
Synth Breathy Sax (Reed)
Nat. Legato Cello (String & Orchestra)
 
Swell-Voix humaine 8' (Organ)
G.Org-Flute chem. 8' (Organ)
Natural French Bassoon (Reed)
 
Natural Oboe 2 (Reed)
Metal Fantasia (Synth Pad)
 
Natural music box (Chromatic percussion)
Natural flute 2 (Pipe)
Grand Piano 2 (Piano)
 
The electric distortion guitar from hell  consists of two voices with overdrive, wah and flanger effects set to the same extreme values.
 
Overdrive Guitar (Guitar)
Natural Clarinet (Reed)
 
I was going to use just a clarinet which made a surprisingly good distortion guitar sound, I thought, but I wasn't happy with it's final high note alone.
 
 
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Re: Gold Sound Base MP3 Demos  
« Reply #28 on: Dec 29th, 2007, 12:34pm »
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Hi
 
Most of the time I use sounds from the gold sound base. You can listen to some of them here
 
http://www.myspace.com/lutzstahlhofen  
 
If you need more information about the used sounds just send an IM or e-mail me.
 
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Re: Gold Sound Base MP3 Demos  
« Reply #29 on: Jan 1st, 2008, 11:14pm »
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"It may sound real but it isn't."
 
I have listened to those tunes with pleasure several times each over the span two years now and I must disagree with your disclaimer at the top.  They *are* real, *real* good!
 
I like the development and the variety of orchestration.  Those guitar voices are well worked and the tone of the electric voices are pleasant, full bodied and rich.  Can I persuade you to explain their creation here in this forum.  Are they from the Gold 2 sound base?  Are they composites of more than one voice?
 
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