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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9XhloEQs-fM

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Very nice. Very atmospheric. I really like the duet with the bassoon. Lovely song.

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Thanks so much! Glad you liked it :)

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I liked the dynamics and variation in it - kept my attention throughout. It felt like sometimes the bassoon was leading and at other times the piano. Perhaps there is room for a little call/response between them? And the timing slowed at points as well adding to the variations. Very nice

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That's nice, but not the ideal situation for recording.

If you are able to get a single microphone up close to each instrument that would work much better than a single room microphone. You are recording too much air space. The piano is really lost since the bassoon is closer to the room mic.

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Hi Oscar,
I played this absolutely haunting, mesmerizing composition over and over to a point we I could hear a songstress singing, oh so faintly, from the catacombs of my mind. How would it be if lyrics could accompany this song?

Charles


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