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Adventures in Home Recording

My Jesus, I Love Thee

That’s right, it’s finally posted. I solved my little problem from the last post (dropping piano notes). It turns out that most DFD (direct from disk) streaming samplers have this same problem with off-line rendering. There is a setting you can switch to fix this. I haven’t checked to see if it plays back properly in real time, yet.

Anyway, for what it’s worth, here it is – piano and cello playing My Jesus, I Love Thee.

http://soundclick.com/share?songid=6534510

For the future, I’m working on several items at the same time – unfortunately only one having to do with my project. I’m currently arranging the strings on Father’s World. I’m also working on two songs for other people – one a young lady I’ve mentioned before. I had her and her sister over for a recording session several weekends ago, and still need to get in and comp together the performances.

I’m also working on a synth line for another friend’s song. I’m hearing a consort of recorders, a la Stairway to Heaven. I’m arranging them right now and we’ll see how it turns out.

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June 2, 2008 - Posted by | Hymn CD Project | , , ,

1 Comment »

  1. […] up my mind. For the sax, I’m wondering if I should go the same route I did on the Cello on My Jesus I Love Thee and hire a wind synthesist to play it for me. Then I can manipulate the MIDI once I get it […]

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