An Epic Intro

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An Epic Intro

Hi.

This short 4-bars demo was made loading into the Palette a common Eb Minor Natural scale and only three Sus2 chords. 

IMO, to write a crescendo in Synfire one doesn't need to take particular care of the notes: if the chords were picked wisely before starting to compose -and after years and years of "epic" music, this genre provides the musician with lots of effective chordal clichès- the build-up can be assembled just overlapping indefinitely long segments at higher and higher pitches over Synfire "tracks".

SF will take care of transforming this "picture" made of coloured lines into a musical result, more or less corresponding to the composer's objectives.

All sounds, choir, english horn etcetera, are from Synfire, no external VST were used.

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Simple but effective... :)

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Thank you HiE!

Now even the idea of having no definite notes like in a DAW, a feature that looked rather weird to me at first sight, is starting to make sense... :-)

iMac Pro, Logic Pro, StudioOne 4, Synfire, Notion, NI Komplete, Heavyocity, Altiverb, a mate (Ines) and two cats (Oliva&Spritz)

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SF will take care of transforming this "picture" made of coloured lines into a musical result, more or less corresponding to the composer's objectives.

... more or less what the maker of Synfire envisioned :-)

Great example.

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thats really interesting 

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what are all those "length" parameters? did you draw them by hand? never used this

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