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logic pro x – flex pitch

hi there!

one day recently i found out that logic pro x had been released – of course i downloaded it in an instant on the same day. here’s the first overview of logic pro x’s probably most spectacular new feature: flex pitch.

flex pitch may alleviate the need for celemony’s melodyne for some of us in some situations and at the same moment will save a considerable amount of time, because the procedure of feeding the audio to the plugin is unnecessary with flex pitch.

in my first tests the sound quality is close enough for me to melodnye to stick with flex pitch for the time being, at least with adjusting vocals. check out a first overview and example of how you can use it:

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the casanova project

hi y’all!

i recently had the opportunity to help wolfgang trojan’s konzertagentur to assemble promotional material for their casanova project. in this project wolfgang is reading from casanova’s diaries while ruth müller is playing vivaldi, haydn and other composers’ music with her trio. and everything takes place in authentic outfits! to get an impression of the whole show you can check out their youtube promotional video here, for which i recorded wolfgang’s voice as well as ruth’s trio…

all the best,
Alexander.


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“the da vinci timecode” live in concert!

hi ya’ll!

“the da vinci timecode” was performed live by the ensemble “orchesterwelt” @ karl-borromäus-saal, 1030 wien yesterday. actually a multitude of different pieces by different composers (among them zagler, raffaseder etc.) were performed, “the da vinci timecode” being the second one. it was great fun for me to hear the the piece also works with live orchestra in concert and it was performed quite well, i had no complaints

the music was conducted by various students of the conducting class of the musikuniversität wien, and i have to report that they did a great job. an exceptionally great job was done by filip pavisic, who conducted the da vinci time code, very much in a way that i like to hear the piece.

further concerts are planned, from what i heard…

all the best,
Alexander.