Started by petekelly, July 13, 2020, 07:44:41 AM
Quote from: chris23 on July 13, 2020, 05:28:04 PMProbably not the reaction you were seeking, but here it goes: That looks like fun. I can imagine spending hours playing with that.
Quote from: stargazer on July 14, 2020, 01:01:38 AMThanks for reopen the "cinematic" topic, Pete.We talked about cinematic sample libraries the last time and "Arkhis" offer easy access for everyone to play around with the samples.No time was better than today to create cinematic music. Not only the filmscores were remolded but also music of all genres.Especially in ambient and classic music you can observe a trend to integrate equal cinematic sounds. This seems to be a movement becoming the spirit of time.Classical music, cinematic atmospheres, film scores need liveliness. Without liveliness, without imperfection, without timbre, without character it is not what it should be. To work with samples (digital, virtual) is not easy and needs lots of practice, fantasy, movement and passion. One should not forget. To play an instrument is to play an instrument.I think many artists work only on the surface of music.