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    My organ pages

    In these days I written 6 pipeorgan music pages. Only for hobby (I don't read music on the staff, I can play without that).
    If you want to see the sheets music and ear the mp3
    jump to:
    http://alberofv.altervista.org
    down to the "Musica 2" page, where is "Pagine per organo".
    Thanks
    Francesco

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    your site

    Hello

    I have visited your site. Your home page is difficult to understand, you should rather give this link : http://alberofv.altervista.org/Musica_ieri.htm
    and explain us to click on the number "2" in the link "Musica 1 2".

    there are very nice music at your page http://alberofv.altervista.org/t3.htm

    but you should delete absolutely in your page Musica 1 your album "Ritratti", it is horrible and your visitors will leave your site if it is the first thing they hear.

    About your organ music, the direct link is http://alberofv.altervista.org/ppo_index.htm

    First I have think there were only the PDf scores. In fact there are alsothe MP3 but it is not well explained.
    I have listened to your 6 organ pieces. There are interesting. the one I prefer is "Groberus".
    But your organ sound is allways the same from the begining to the end of the album. I think you should try using MyOrgan as I do myself, your organ work will be certainly more pleasant to listen.
    Friendly yours. Jean-Paul

    Music is my placebo

    Please visit my channel and web site to hear the music I compose
    http://fr.youtube.com/organcomposer
    http://organ.monespace.net

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    Thank you so much.
    But excuse for my strange and bad english, first.

    Your are right for all. The page "Ritratti" is about my Commodore C64' works of many years ago. For this reason is here. My "story" start from that point...

    About the organ pages, the sound is the same because I have used the internal synth of FinaleNotepad, just to realize the work and so on. Simple.
    My usual sound banks not are the same. I use VST modules in Samplitude Music Studio, or soundfonts, as you can ear in 2005-2008 works...

    These OrganPages come from me that I don't have classical study or similar in my background (or "frontground"). The previous work similar are the C64 works, note by note...
    With this think I don't want to tell you "I'm genious"... no, of course. I'm a simple hobbyst, instead of cigarettes, wine, discoteques, drugs... I'm writing music.... Is all.
    Thank you.
    Francesco

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    Dera Francesco

    I have not had the chance to follow musical studies too.
    Your music is nice, only the organ sound is a little unpleasant because it is allways the same.

    please, listen to my cantilene in this forum and see what can be done with sampled organ sounds. I use for this music : MyOrgan (a midi virtual Organ), midiOx (a midi virtual link) and SIR (a VSt reverb). All these softwares are free.
    I do not use finale notepad but Harmony-assistant (myriad), but i think you can also use Myorgan with notepad if finale notepad has a midi output.

    If you want, send me one of your organ score as a midifile, and i'll record it with my sounds.
    Friendly yours. Jean-Paul

    Music is my placebo

    Please visit my channel and web site to hear the music I compose
    http://fr.youtube.com/organcomposer
    http://organ.monespace.net

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    I'd not waste my time with Finale Notepad, its capabilities are far too limiting for my needs, it's just a shame it's so f.....g expensive. I'm not upgrading again, have 2007, and it suits my needs.

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    I used to have one of those computers a long time ago. Commodore64.
    Yes and they had synthesizers in them and hooked up on your television.
    I remember. No wonder Musicali couldn't understand. It was written
    in Italian.
    judy tooley
    Last edited by methodistgirl; Jul-19-2008 at 03:58.

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    Those CD64s were certainly wonderful for games and music. I used to love to play the Olympic Winter games. Even way back then, I always picked Canada as the country of my player, cuz I loved it when they would play the National Anthem.

    (useless tidbit)

    Stephen

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    Quote Originally Posted by Contratrombone64 View Post
    I'd not waste my time with Finale Notepad, its capabilities are far too limiting for my needs, it's just a shame it's so f.....g expensive. I'm not upgrading again, have 2007, and it suits my needs.
    I upgraded from 2007 to 2008. The only change is in the way everything works. Functions that were straight forward are now complicated and nothing is in the same place anymore.
    Johan van Heerden

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