JEL - "museum of the strange and unusual"

Posted by: JEL

JEL - "museum of the strange and unusual" - 12/18/13 01:26 AM

The museum is closed for the night... You're the only one there... Along with all the strange and unusual artifacts from times long ago... Your mind starts drifting...
You hear the sound of a Cello coming from a room near by... This is the museum of the strange and unusual smile



Song link:
JEL - "museum of the strange and unusual" - (20131218)



Style is _SYMPHON.STY (Symphonic Horns & Strings[80RS])
RealTracks in song: 1856:Cello, Background PopCountry Ev 085


The single realtrack (the Cello) was exported from BIAB to Reaper, where reverb, EQ and compression was then added.
Posted by: floyd jane

Re: JEL - "museum of the strange and unusual" - 12/18/13 07:25 AM

JEL - that was surprisingly enjoyable to listen to... floyd
Posted by: Scott C

Re: JEL - "museum of the strange and unusual" - 12/18/13 09:32 AM

+1
Very enjoyable listen. Love the sound of a cello
Posted by: Skyline

Re: JEL - "museum of the strange and unusual" - 12/18/13 01:04 PM

Originally Posted By: Scottt709
+1
Very enjoyable listen. Love the sound of a cello

+1!
Posted by: VideoTrack

Re: JEL - "museum of the strange and unusual" - 12/18/13 03:19 PM

A great job taking advantage of excellent use of some brand new tools from BIAB!
Well done.
Posted by: cubanpete

Re: JEL - "museum of the strange and unusual" - 12/18/13 03:26 PM

Hmmm, very good. Haunting melody.

Mike B.
Posted by: dani48

Re: JEL - "museum of the strange and unusual" - 12/18/13 03:45 PM

Hi, Jel !

How fresh with some classic here too !
I liked your tune. You may have the
gift of a great composer ! I´d like
to hear more !:))

Cheers and MXmas !
Dani
Posted by: JEL

Re: JEL - "museum of the strange and unusual" - 12/19/13 04:16 AM

Thank you very much for all your replies smile A bit over-whelming smile


Yes, the Cello definitely has a far-reaching spirit and soul to it smile

And BIAB really makes it come to life in a way that doesn't seem possible with traditional samplers.

Indeed, Merry Christmas to everybody here, and thanks again smile
jacob.
Posted by: aleck rand

Re: JEL - "museum of the strange and unusual" - 12/19/13 10:55 AM

JEL,

I'm a big fan of the Strange and Unusual and I felt right at home in the Museum. Where others might feel their spines tingle and sweat on their palms, I felt a great sense of comfort in the dim light.

I take it that those huge orchestral sounds are in the 2014 version of BIAB, which I just got. All I can say is: WOW!!

Dean Clark (aka Aleck Rand)
Posted by: JEL

Re: JEL - "museum of the strange and unusual" - 12/20/13 08:43 AM

Yes exactly smile the museum is indeed a serene and beautiful place smile

And yes, it's the Cello in the new BIAB2014 Bonus 6-PAK smile
Personally I think that soundpack alone is enough reason to update to BIAB2014, but the program itself actually has some pretty cool new features smile (I updated from BIAB2012)
Posted by: Danny C.

Re: JEL - "museum of the strange and unusual" - 12/20/13 12:27 PM

Jacob,

Welcome to the forum, and congrats on hitting a home-run on your first post. I will be listening for more to come.

Merry Christmas
Posted by: Al-David

Re: JEL - "museum of the strange and unusual" - 12/30/13 10:52 PM

Hi Jel...

This is our first time to listen to you, we've only been here a week or so. We have a good friend, John Lawrence Schick, who writes a lot of this style/genre. he's great at it and this sounds equally good. We loved it...no sweat or goose bumps here...just smiles on our faces. Thanks for the fun!

Al & Di