An experimental - reproduce BWV 1043, Double Violin Concerto [MS2-->Reaper]
An experimental, reproduce BWV 1043, Double Violin Concerto.
Bach - BWV 1043 Double Violin Concerto in D minor.
All audio files are free download and use:-
[First Movement 86BPM]
BWV-1043-Mvt1 with mm.mp3 (with tempo indicator)
[Second Movement 48BPM]
BWV-1043-Mvt2 with mm.mp3 (with tempo indicator)
[Third Movement 90BPM]
BWV-1043-Mvt3 with mm.mp3 (with tempo indicator)
[First Movement 86BPM Separated Track]
[Second Movement 48BPM Separated Track]
[Third Movement 90BPM Separated Track]
Musescore V2 mscz files
BWV-1043-MvtX with mm.flac (MM = Tempo Indicator)
BWV-1043-MvtX.flac (Movement with Tempo Indicator)
FLAC format 16bit depth encoding, default compression.
Windows 10 64bit, intel i3-6100, 64gb ram, Focusrite 2i2 Gen2 USB dac,
Logitech Desktop L/R Speaker (below US$40) and Panasonic Earplug (below US$10).
Notation - Musescore 2.0.
DAW - Reaper + kontakt library, none vst effect applied.
Have been produced backup piano tracks to my violin student practice,
tiny small event in community hall since Musescore 1.X era.
Last year, tried to make an orchestra tracks for fun, sadly, DAW unstable, crashes.
Only pain got, nothing fun, just pickup again three weeks ago, play around the software
involve, hardware / software stress test, files conversion, tempo lines, sound level range….
before get hands dirty. With my very limited music and sound mixing knowledge,
spent two weeks on this piece days and nights.
Upper Trill, need to improve.... honestly, still no idea how to make it better.
Velocity, ups/downs too sharp, feels uncomfortable, obviously, second movement.
The Solo I & II, double stopping required from the third movement,
initally playback weirdly, need to split to 2 midi channels, then sounds better.
Really need some advice before go ahead to the next experimental project - Bach BWV1041.
Thank you very much.