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Running a 66 piece orchestral session with StaffPad…

I recently had a 66 piece orchestral session and decided to produce all scores and parts with StaffPad alone. This is stretching the pu...

Wednesday, November 11, 2009


Spent a couple of happy days in deepest, darkest Norfolk with Dr. Eric James at his facility, Philosophers Barn. Eric recorded our virtuoso album at The Old Granary in Suffolk and we're now producing and editing it to make the finished product.

It's very intensive work...There are various takes to go through and unlike working with a sequencer, where all takes are lined up at the same point, you have to track where you are on the on screen waveform with the sheet music. It takes a while to get into the swing of it with each new piece, but we're getting there. One more visit should complete all the the work.

It's a great facility and I can highly recommend them for recording, editing and mastering...Here's their website...

URM Audio website

Philosophers Barn website

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