Singer/Songwriter/Pianist Les Auerbach contacted us through the site, sending a finished track he wanted to enhance with The art and science of arranging music for an orchestra, including the assignment of individual parts to different instruments and the creation of a score..
We wrote an refers to the structure and order of musical elements in a composition, such as melody, harmony, rhythm, and instrumentation., then produced and delivered a 1. Intellectual property consisting of a sound recording 2. The process of optimizing a mix through further signal processing to adjust presence, timbre, loudness, and tone recording with the arrangement/orchestration mixed with the track.
Les’ performance is richly evocative, with The speed at which a piece of music is performed, often indicated in beats per minute. variation, accompanying himself Colla Voce, with some rubato. Our first challenge was creating an accurate Component in MIDI data defining the tempo and tempo changes in a musical piece or track of the track so MIDI-triggered samples would stay with it, the goal being to make it feel as if a conductor was present on the session and heighten the pathos of his performance.
There’s some synth strings on the first edition of the track (second video shown below). We were lucky to find we could get the audio ‘stems’ from the original recording and leave the synth out of the 1. Collection of individual tracks or parts 2. The process of adjusting relative sound levels, processing and placement within a sonic realm 3. The result of sonic recording and processing, replacing it completely with our orchestration.
Here is the result of our work
Here is the original track