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Jerry Gerber

Slow Movement from Symphony #7

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Produced with:
Vienna Symphonic Library Orchestral Cube
Softsynths Massive, Rapture and Tera
Roland XP-30 synthesizer

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From the CD
Number Eleven: The Path

Tokafi : "...The eleventh in a series of orchestral albums using entirely sampled instruments, it brings together elements of Classical era-writing, late Romantic orchestral music and American minimalism with a cinematic sensibility.
The record not only demonstrates the powerful and masterful application of sampled instruments, but, at least as importantly, showcases Gerber’s versatile and emotive writing."

www.jerrygerber.com

 

 

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Beautiful....your post mentioned minmalism as a facet but i don't hear much minimalism in your works (at least, not this piece), if anything, they are some of the most compositionally astounding pieces of music I've ever heard 🎶🎶🎶🎶

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Hi Larry,

Thanks Larry!  Glad to know someone listens to my work.   I didn't mention minimalism, the guy who wrote the article for Tokafi music webzine wrote that!

Best,

Jerry

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Hi Jerry.
You have an amazing talent in your arrangements wish I could hear what you hear in your head.
I do listen to all your tracks when you post them.

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46 minutes ago, garybrun said:

Hi Jerry.
You have an amazing talent in your arrangements wish I could hear what you hear in your head.
I do listen to all your tracks when you post them.

Thanks for listening Gary! I post my pieces on 4 different music forums and this forum is the only one that gives me any feedback or comments. I have no idea why.

Jerry 

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Dreamy.  I like the combination of traditional instruments and synth sounds. I think you said once you do everything in the piano roll view? Which is amazing to me.
-Bjorn

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5 minutes ago, bjornpdx said:

Dreamy.  I like the combination of traditional instruments and synth sounds. I think you said once you do everything in the piano roll view? Which is amazing to me.
-Bjorn

Hi Bjorn, 

No, I've never in my life used the piano roll view for composition. I compose in the staff view, and make use of the event list and the controllers view often. 

Thank you for listening and commenting, glad you enjoyed the movement! 

Jerry 

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Very pleasant Jerry, most enjoyable, it flowed beautifully from section to section.

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10 hours ago, Wookiee said:

Very pleasant Jerry, most enjoyable, it flowed beautifully from section to section.

Thank you for listening and commenting Wookiee!

Jerry

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Hi Jerry, interesting piece, both contemporary and traditional instruments and effects blend really well. Such a rich tapestry of sound, beautifully and intricately woven. Highly enjoyable.

Andy

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7 hours ago, AndyB01 said:

Hi Jerry, interesting piece, both contemporary and traditional instruments and effects blend really well. Such a rich tapestry of sound, beautifully and intricately woven. Highly enjoyable.

Andy

Hi Andy,

Thanks for listening and commenting! 

Best,

Jerry

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A very impressive  and engaging composition.  The interplay between the orchestral instruments and synths is outstanding.

jeff

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16 minutes ago, jwnicholson78 said:

A very impressive  and engaging composition.  The interplay between the orchestral instruments and synths is outstanding.

jeff

Thank you Jeff!

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1 hour ago, David Sprouse said:

Loved this, Jerry.   It Showed a range of emotions.  Loved the *blues* references.

Thank you David! Glad you enjoyed listening.

Jerry

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