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Intermezzo founded upon an Irish Air (Londonderry Air)

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Uploaded by: jerrymartin (09/27/20)
Composer: Stanford, Charles Villiers
Sample Producer: Milan Digital Audio
Sample Set: St. Anne's Moseley
Software: Hauptwerk V
Genre: Romantic
Description:
The Irish Air, upon which Stanford founded this intermezzo, is of course the Londonderry Air, also known as "Danny Boy" - composed later in his life, this rendition has a wistful and reflective character - likely reminiscining on his youth and early life growing up in Ireland. As an ex-pat myself, I can empathize!

The point was made (@JamesFlores) that I could take St. Anne's to Groningen - in a prior video, I illustrated the use of a multi-channel reverb configuration within Hauptwerk to very effectively re-home an instrument. (Scotts Church in that case)

In this case
- I have truncated the St. Anne's release samples to 250ms
- I have used two of Haupwterk's perspectives to create front/rear
- I then divided swell, great, pedal up
- That gave 6 opportunities to apply 6 of Jiri Zurek's (Sonus Paradisi) IR files recorded at various spots in the Marinikerk in Groningen

System Details:
MIDI Console by Content
Hauptwerk V
Mac Mini 64GB Ram
Motu Ultraline-mk3 Audio Interface

Sampleset: St. Anne's Mosely (included with Hauptwerk)
https://www.hauptwerk.com

Impulse Reverb: Martinikerk, Groningen; Sonus Paradisi
http://www.sonusparadisi.cz/en/irs.html
Performance: Live
Recorded in: Stereo
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