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French Seam

By Simon Koehn on April 5, 2020 12:21 pm

Grabbed spitfire's felt piano this week so this is just me loading that up for the first time. I'm not much of a pianist, nor have I tried to write for piano much before, but it sounds so nice and is super fun to mess with. Also got the Soundtoys rack which is free for a few months (definitely worth a look) and will probably sneak in to most things I do in that time. Some reeeally nice plugins in there. Gonna have a hard time not buying it at the end. So yeah, there ya go, I guess this weeks track is mostly just about me talking about plugins tongue

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April 6, 2020 12:55 am

This is cool man, the instrumentation is sweet.  The panning when the strings come in is nuts.  Dude, I’ve got it on my todo list to get that soundtoys rack!  I can’t wait!

April 6, 2020 6:53 am

Yeah, Soundtoys aren't silly.  They know you'll want to buy it later. Hehe.   Nice work on the piano line.  smile

April 8, 2020 7:47 am

The piano's fine, interesting stuff going on with the strings, too.

April 13, 2020 12:41 am
Chrisfoo wrote:

This is cool man, the instrumentation is sweet.  The panning when the strings come in is nuts.  Dude, I’ve got it on my todo list to get that soundtoys rack!  I can’t wait!

Thanks! That panning is 100% just a grain delay just doing its thing, barely tweaked it haha


rdomain wrote:

Yeah, Soundtoys aren't silly.  They know you'll want to buy it later. Hehe.   Nice work on the piano line.  smile

Thanks man! Yeah, they got me good.


Devieus wrote:

The piano's fine, interesting stuff going on with the strings, too.

Thanks!

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