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  1. Have you guys heard this? Sounds absolutely kick-ass! Very old-school, I can't believe it isn't already being discussed here...
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  2. And the Black Mamba/John Williams saga continues: Had a blast at the amazing John Williams concert w/ @kobebryant last night. BMamba knows scoring - bball AND film! pic.twitter.com/00wYNiw9Vo— Brian Tyler (@BrianTylerMusic) February 7, 2014
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  3. What i've seen of his humor, mostly Family Guy has all the subtlety of a brick. And isnt in the slightest way original. Just, louder, cruder. It's just not clever at all.
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  4. I like his humour - or at least I like Family Guy, and as far as I remember I think I liked his Oscar hosting, which is pretty much all I know by him. But he also seems to be a big fan of (and apparently very knowledgeable about) film music, AND he's one of the driving forces behind the new Cosmos series. If that turns out well, I have quite a bit of respect for him.
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  6. This, will be a must-see !
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  7. Yes. I'm not a hornist, but I know from talking to them that even the most experienced players get nervous with certain passages because there's always a danger of flubbing obvious notes due to the way the instrument's made. It always makes me think of Peter Schickele's running commentary of Beethoven's 5th (@ 2:21):
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  8. The horn might be a tough play, but everyone always knew where to come for a good time in high school band. The trombone section.
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  10. it does sound like a moog....and yes thats a flanger.....is that herrmann's psycho motif ? t
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  11. it doesn't sound like one of the straight factory sounds. It's just got that very clear D50 sample that is in pizzagogo...i can't remember its been years . Basically on d50 the oscillators use actual samples of audio waveforms mixed in with some digital. It's a very popular synth technique and it has THAT sound to it. It doesn't to my ears sound like FM ( DX7 ) or the pricey fast fourier transfer machines like the GDS and Syncalvier. I know williams was fond of the D50 so...and it reminds me of that texture...but this is all guesswork. it could be a KORGm1 too ! It was a 1990 movie so these where the big machines then. It's obviously a polyphonic synth because of the decay of the notes and it's too close a sound acoustically to be totally synthesised. The syncalvier then was monophonic for samples ( unless you has $100,000 lying around ) and you would hear aliasing and formant shifting.....which you don't .....so 1. sample based but hybrid 2. polyphonic 3. programable without a NASA tech standing by 4. reliable on the soundstage 5. portable 6. used frequently in the composers scores and popular with his fav session players. i give you: Roland D50...or Korg M1 t
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  12. almost certain it's a Roland D50. It's a sample based hybrid synth. Very popular . T
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  13. Congratulations, you just jinxed it! Karol
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