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From theme, to mockup in DP, to Orchestra

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From theme, to mockup in DP, to Orchestra

Postby c0mp0ser » Wed Nov 10, 2010 10:21 pm

Hi folks,

Made another screencast (well sorta)... just kinda going through the process of theme writing, to sample mockup, to orchestration.
DP is so instrumental in making this whole process very efficient:

http://wherestheorchestra.wordpress.com ... ion-video/

Hope you like! Check out the sampled vs. live stuff too... all sampled stuff done in DP.

Best,
Mike
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Re: From theme, to mockup in DP, to Orchestra

Postby MichaelL » Fri Nov 12, 2010 7:49 pm

Hey Mike,

I just checked out the video...and I thought the mock-up sounded great!

Like you, I've been using DP forever -- as in since it was just Performer. I was just getting used to Bidule when my old dual core gave up the ghost.

I've got a 12 core now, and dare I say it, I bought Logic hoping to take advantage of 64 bit with VE Pro.

After watching your video, I'm tempted to stick out with Performer and Bidule (I've got the 64 bit beta).

Is there a way that you're getting around the one core limitation of ReWire?

Best,

Michael
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Re: From theme, to mockup in DP, to Orchestra

Postby James Steele » Wed Nov 24, 2010 1:45 am

Wow! Very cool, Mike! Thanks for posting that here! :)
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Re: From theme, to mockup in DP, to Orchestra

Postby buzzsmith » Wed May 25, 2011 1:17 pm

Very impressive.

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Re: From theme, to mockup in DP, to Orchestra

Postby dpg4macman » Sun Jul 15, 2012 7:04 pm

Very impressive - All respect for Mr. mpatti

Thanks for sharing,

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Re: From theme, to mockup in DP, to Orchestra

Postby chaosngn » Mon Jan 07, 2013 5:53 pm

Great video, Mike. Helps a lot.

On a side note... maybe it's subconcious, but that's sounds an awful lot like the EverQuest theme ;)

http://youtu.be/GE-VGGMFiYE?t=1m18s
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Re: From theme, to mockup in DP, to Orchestra

Postby stubbsonic » Wed Jan 09, 2013 6:50 pm

I'm a band teacher, and I've shared this video with my high school class (especially because they've seen me use DP for arrangements pretty often).

I have a side question. Could you tell me how you created the part of the video that shows the bars of music, then the "camera" pans ahead two bars, then it pans down to the start of the next line?

I'd like to make an instructional video for my drummers that has a drum-part that basically pans from bar to bar.

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Re: From theme, to mockup in DP, to Orchestra

Postby Phil O » Tue Oct 29, 2013 5:42 am

Nicely done, Mike. Thank you for sharing that with us.

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Re: From theme, to mockup in DP, to Orchestra

Postby ironchef_marc » Tue Oct 29, 2013 7:15 am

I was wondering why you weren't using Cinewinds and CineBrass...then I saw it's 3 years old!
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