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Default Rick Wakeman "Arthur" - 21-04-2011, 05:47 PM

Hello all

well here is a other piece of Rick Wakeman's album The Myths & Legends of King Arthur & The Knights of the Round Table ARTHUR.
its all done in flstudio

channel 1 brass
channel 2 choir
channel 3 violins
channel 4 vocals
channel 5 minimoog
channel 6 timpani
channel 7 bass
channel 8 guitar
channel 9 piano
channel 10 perc

hope you like it

Romeo

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Default Re: Rick Wakeman "Arthur" - 22-04-2011, 10:00 AM

Hi Romeo, A very ambitious project, but you pulled it off and it was very well played,top marks for this one...Pam


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Default Re: Rick Wakeman "Arthur" - 24-04-2011, 09:54 AM

Hi Romeo
I think your version is better than the original. Well done, a difficult peice mastered
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Default Re: Rick Wakeman "Arthur" - 24-04-2011, 12:51 PM

Wow Spike and Pam i'm blushingThanks for your kind words

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Thumbs up Re: Rick Wakeman "Arthur" - 24-04-2011, 09:41 PM

Hi Romeo

You certainly don't take the easy option.
A tricky piece to master I would have thought but master it you have.
Obviously a lot of thought and hard work has gone into it.

Was more impressed with your version that the live one from Rick.


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Default Re: Rick Wakeman "Arthur" - 25-04-2011, 02:03 PM



Hello Romeo

I enjoyed the staging of the video

Excellent piece and very good work as usual.

The sounds are tip top.

A great time listening


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Default Re: Rick Wakeman "Arthur" - 25-04-2011, 04:49 PM

Hi Romeo.

Very clever arrangement, with lots of twists and turns along the way to keep up the interest .

This must have been an editing nightmare, but you achieved a very well balanced result.

Super job my friend

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Default Re: Rick Wakeman "Arthur" - 26-04-2011, 09:52 AM

Thank you Will,Andre and Gordon for your kind words

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Default Re: Rick Wakeman "Arthur" - 26-04-2011, 03:19 PM

Romeo,
You certainly got this one right...a masterpiece....Makes me feel very humble with my country like uploads ,,,,a,really great recording
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Hi there, Romeo!

Wow! - that's a magnificent piece of work - musta taken ya ages ta put that son of a gun together! Shoot - that's a whole project - and an enormous project, at that! All done in FL, too - now that's pretty amazing!

Can't say as I know anythin' much about Rick Wakeman - and I admit that it ain't my particular taste in music - but ya done a real grand job on this one.
Man, it's gotta be the most difficult piece I've seen for a whole bunch of years!

Had a look at the video, too - that guy can sure play a keyboard - but I still ain't lettin' him anywhere near ta my S910!

Thanx fr puttin' this one up, Mr. R - my ears sure appreciated yr sounds!

Cheers

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