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This innovative graphical representation of an instrument and its player allows you to shape your music from the conductor's point-of-view. Simply ask musicians to change their position, their orientation, their volume, without ever leaving the whole ensemble out-of-sight. Get instant information on their loudness, their interaction with the room and their corresponding sonic and spatial profiles. Forget about mixing consoles with knobs and dials, but rest assured that all of the necessary parameters are available whenever you feel the need to use them.

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I'm literally having EXACTLY the same problem. It's definitely the computer (not sure whether software or hardware) itself because this occurs for me without any external connections (headphones straight into the built in port and no MIDI devices or audio interfaces). I don't have a ridiculous amount of audio processing going on and my session only ever has about 10 tracks with MIDI and a couple of buses functioning at the same time, and it still happens even with the buffer size at 1024. Whenever I make edits during playback my track stutters, crackles, and pops exactly like that and it generally occurs in different spots each time and sometimes plays back completely clean. My CPU doesn't appear to be anywhere near maxing out (though I'm still frustrated as it maxes out quite easily at a lower buffer size), but I do notice though that one of the CPU threads seems to be a lot higher than the others at times (though this doesn't always happen either). I'm honestly just going to take my Mac in to the Apple Store because I've tried everything and it's still an ongoing issue. Will update if I find the source of the problem.

The BFO has break-out groups specialising in period instruments, contemporary music and Balkan folk which gives his players musical freedoms that in turn feeds back into the main ensemble. And regularly invites orchestra members to programme concerts and compete with each other for concerto slots. The players seem to respond, with playing of warmth and sharpness of ensemble.

Plenty of orchestras have rich and storied histories: however, the Dresden Staatskapelle fares better than most here. Founded in 1548, it is one of the world's oldest and most highly regarded orchestras. Its precursor ensemble was Die Kurfürstlich-Sächsische und Königlich-Polnische Kapelle (The Electoral Saxon and Royal Polish Orchestra). The orchestra is the musical body of the Staatsoper Dresden (Dresden State Opera).

Under the current leadership of Mark Elder, however, the Hallé has risen to new heights, and is arguably the finest interpreter of English music of any ensemble. Their recordings of Wagner operas, too, have received particular acclaim.

North America's largest classical music organisation, the New York-based Metropolitan Opera (0r 'Met') comprises a symphony orchestra, a chorus, children's choir, and many supporting and leading solo singers. The Met's repertoire ranges widely, from 18th-century Baroque and 19th-century bel canto to modern works. The Met's own in-house orchestra is a huge part of the opera house's global renown: a world-class ensemble with its own concert series at Carnegie Hall.

Sound designers will be delighted with every plugin from this series, mainly to the infinite capabilities of creating new textures and soundscapes, and to have this going on with real string ensemble samples is marvelous.

If you make pop, hip-hop, rock, or other mainstream genres, check out Ujam STRIIIINGS for a super quick workflow, and the free instruments Orchestral Tools SINEfactory Helix and Spitfire LABS Strings are brilliant as backing ensembles.

On 18 June 1955, Hans Rosbaud conducted the first performance of Boulez's best-known work, Le Marteau sans maître[n 4], at the ISCM Festival in Baden-Baden. A nine-movement cycle for alto voice and instrumental ensemble based on poems by René Char,[1] it was an immediate, international success.[46] William Glock wrote: "even at a first hearing, though difficult to take in, it was so utterly new in sound, texture and feeling that it seemed to possess a mythical quality like that of Schoenberg's Pierrot lunaire."[47] When Boulez conducted the work in Los Angeles in early 1957, Stravinsky attended the performance; he later described the piece as "one of the few significant works of the post-war period of exploration".[1] Boulez dined several times with the Stravinskys and (according to Robert Craft) "soon captivated the older composer with new musical ideas, and an extraordinary intelligence, quickness and humour".[48] Relations between the two composers soured the following year over the first Paris performance of Stravinsky's Threni for the Domaine musical. Poorly planned by Boulez and nervously conducted by Stravinsky, the performance broke down more than once.[49]

Apart from Pli selon pli, the only substantial new work to emerge in the first half of the 1960s was the final version of Book 2 of his Structures for two pianos.[69] Midway through the decade, however, Boulez appeared to find his voice again and produced a number of new works, including Éclat (1965),[n 7] a short and brilliant piece for small ensemble,[70] which by 1970 had grown into a substantial half-hour work, Éclat/Multiples.[71]

Gloria Mendieta Gazave is a classically trained soprano from San Francisco with a background in Musical Theater. Her repertoire spans Opera, Oratorio, Art Songs, Broadway, and Popular Ballads. Experienced in singing Sacred Music, including Latin Chant, she was a cantor for the San Francisco Archdiocese, and selected to perform for Pope John-Paul II. An alum of the San Francisco Conservatory of Music, Ms. Gazave performs as a soloist with orchestras and ensembles, enjoys singing for special events, and was recently chosen to be the featured Opera singer to promote a new product for the Kettle Chips Company.

Matthew Taylor is a drummer and percussionist who is very active in the San Diego area, both as a performer and as an educator. Originally from Boston, Massachusetts, Matthew graduated with a B.M. in Professional Music from Berklee College of Music and an M.M. in Modern American Music Performance from Longy School of Music. Matthew maintains a vibrant private teaching studio, teaches classes and ensembles, and has coached ensembles at local San Diego schools.

Dr. John Roscigno is Professor of Music and Director of Orchestral Studies at California State University, Northridge and Music Director of the Thousand Oaks Philharmonic. Dr. Roscigno holds the additional position of Music Director of the CSUN Youth Orchestra program, an organization comprised of three ensembles and 200 students from San Fernando Valley and surrounding areas. His versatility as a conductor, pianist, percussionist and composer has led to many unique and varied performing opportunities in his music career in the United States and abroad. 076b4e4f54


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