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I specialize in writing and recording brass arrangements, especially trumpet/cornet/flugel horn for producers and composers. I can write brass parts that will an extra quality to any genre of music.
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14 Oct 2006
Hi there

I won this piece of audio restoration software in a magazine competition, however, it only runs on Pro Tools on a PC, and I've got a Mac! I've written to CedarAudio, but they haven't replied, so the only think I can think to do with this software is sell it.

It retails for 2250, but I've put it on ebay with a starting price of 0.99 with no reserve, so someone could pick up a bargain.

Here's a link to the auction:

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Cedar-Tools-for-Pro-...1QQcmdZViewItem

it's item number: 270039828498

I hope someone out there wants this software! I'd be bummed out if it sells for 50!
1 Sep 2006
Hi ,

I recorded trumpet and organ in a church the other day, and I thought it would be interesting to try out 2 different stereo techniques at the same time to see how they differ and which sound I prefer.

Listen to the 2 soundbites here and see if you can tell with what technique they were recorded. And which one do you prefer?!
27 Aug 2006
Hi all,

I thought that producers/composers looking for brass on their tracks would like to know that they can get whatever parts they want recorded specially for their project here:

www.trumpetracks.com

I hope this is of some use to you all.

Regards,

Peter
26 Aug 2006
Hi there,

This is my first post on the forum. I didn't know where to post this exactly, but anyone looking for real sounding brass Virtual Instruments might like to know that actually you can get the real thing in your tracks by going here: www.trumpetracks.com

Check it out!

Cheers!
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