the V-Piano is stunning period!! and getting into the box cleanly just preserves that
sound. we are going to cut some radio spots here next week so i will get a chance to
hear the chandler and manley in the vocal chain- as i write this "all your life is playin"-
great track !!!!!
I'm most curious to hear the vari-mu.- big and warm- but the chandler is also big and warm-
hard to delineate the bigness and warmness of the particular pieces ;)
i ride by your house 3 times a week now- we run up split log to wilson pike and
go south- one morning we'll hang-
how are things going with Mary Ellen-??
we launched Drew last week- check it out when you have a min-
andrewcharbonnet.com- we have had 1500 album downloads in the first 10 days-
The vari mu looks groovy... I have been playin w my Vpiano- I have it runnin though the Chandler abby road pre's into the vari mu- through the apogees and into the Adams S3A's..... It's pretty inspiring!!! How u been- been pining for that coffee ;)
haha! no not at all. I've just been swamped, so haven't been able to get on NMP as much as I'd like. There's actually a public beta gonna be right around the corner. I'll let u know when it comes, but they should have a formal announcement on http://www.celemony.com as well. I'm not sure the limitations of the beta or if there's a first come first serve, etc.
That's awesome for harmonies! I've also used it to align an overdub with the live vocals on the Mute Math : Flesh & Bone DVD. it's AMAZING for that. same for the Newsboys : live in houston cd/dvd. I love Melodyne, because there's always new territories of music to branch into, aside from the typical "tuning" everyone thinks it's limited to.
Also, check out http://www.zplane.de/ I'm supposed to get a license for Vieklang, which is supposed to be a pretty sick harmony creation tool. then u can edit the outputs like melodyne. Also trying to get my hands on Elastique Pitch. Evidently, Z-Plane licenses their coding for the major sequencers that handle pitch and time adjustments. (I'm assuming this is Pro Tools, new Logic, etc) either way it looks very interesting, and I can't wait to get a copy!
Hey Pete. Thanks for the msg. DNA is almost ready to roll. Haven't demo'd it myself, but Celemony pushed back the date again and again. Last I heard, it was just a few weeks away. I'll find out and get back to u asap.
Hey Pete! Where is Blinding Me? Stopped by to take a listen. Just added a song to my page, live in Nashville, a songwriter event. We wrote it in hours so not the finished product but a vocal sampling of sorts. It looks like you added some new pics.
Hi Pete! Thanks so much for the add...it;s nice to meet you. Really enjoying Merry Ellen's music, such a peaceful voice. You Creation Suite is magnificent! Listening to Thunderstorm right now and wishing it was outside my door....really a fabulous peice.
Sorry I haven't been back in touch. It's been a very busy stretch. 'Time Turns Elastic' is out (and always was going to be) on Trey Anastasio's label, Rubber Jungle Records. http://www.treyanastasio.com/news/
Out of town this week - let's catch up in the next week or so.
well, I went on and on about how I enjoyed listening to the music while viewing the photos, and was warned that I was well over my 200 word limit. Well, I didn't want to argue with the darn thing nor did I want to count them, so I stripped the message down a bit. Glad you found it amusing. Jake PS. Hello.
Thanks, Pete. You must have been listening over at Myspace. Been so long since I looked at what was in the player here on NMP - sort of surprised me that those excerpts weren't here. I need to add a few things to this player. Will also email you links where you can download a the entire piece and a couple of other current things.
Thank you Pete for the friendship! I listened to all the music on your page! It's GREAT to hear music that's well balanced. Nice arrangements Indeed! Hope all goes well while your on the road. Take care! Peter
Yeah man, unchecked multi-processor support, and it helped for all of two notes--but those were two notes I couldn't squeeze out before! I ended up just backing up the data, reformatting in NTFS, and copying it all back on. That helped a little, but not as much as I had hoped. I'm not sure how to ultimately fix it. Maybe an eSATA enclosure? Regardless, problem overcome for now. That part of this project is over. Thanks for the suggestion!