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Klarinet Archive - Posting 000169.txt from 2002/06

From: Mark Thiel <>
Subj: [kl] Clarinet sampling
Date: Wed, 5 Jun 2002 16:46:37 -0400

A digression on the sampling question:

Mark C. wrote:
> . . . Those of us who
>have recorded the 2nd parts to clarinet duets and put them into our computers so we can
>"practice buddies" should just not use our computers, right? Or we should suffer along
with a
>clarinet sound that resembles an accordion, right?
. . .

I assume that a lot of us like to play duets with ourselves (at least now I know I'm not
only one!) when we can't get any real musical friends to play with us. So how
does everyone do it technically -- do you create MIDI files and play through you
computer or make audio recordings of yourself (which can still sound like an accordian
when you use a cheap mike -- or is it just me?) on either your computer or tape deck?

And to digress further -- remember when you could buy a tape deck and it
actually came with a hole in the front to stick the microphone plug into?

And Avrahm Galper wrote:
>No one listens to anyone else and if you try it for a while you'll see why.

Well ---- yes, but what brought that on? Something we said on the list
or was it band rehearsal last night?

Mark Thiel


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