[f_minor] Thanks & another question re Acoustic Orchestrations

Pat pzumst at bluewin.ch
Sun Jun 23 18:53:01 MDT 2013

Hi Ted, list

According to the info on the back of the CD the files will be in wav. format. A digital audio workstation like i. e.  ProLogic should be able to handle these files for Mac users.

There is also a PDF which will give you detailed instructions I reckon. 

There are many digital audio workstations and samplers out there both for Windows, Ubuntu and Mac users, just ask if you want to know more.

I for one am quite pleased about this and looking forward to try and “remix” GG. And I encourage anyone who is interested to do the same. It would also be most interesting to fiddle around with the masters of the opening trio for IoN, but ya can’t ‘ave it all...

I do know that musos like David Bowie and Nine Inch Nails have given their fans the possiblity to upload their remixes to the respective websites, I wonder if Sony plans something similar...


From: Ted Geller 
Sent: Monday, June 24, 2013 2:16 AM
To: f_minor at glenngould.org 
Subject: [f_minor] Thanks & another question re Acoustic Orchestrations

Thanks to all for the info, links to reviews, etc., re: GG - The Acoustic Orchestrations.  Most helpful.  I've got an order in at Amazon and should be receiving a copy this coming week -- can't wait!  

But here's another question: the promo material indicates that there are tracks on the disc for making your own mix of the Scriabin -- a very Gouldian idea -- has anyone tried this?  Does it work on any platform? (I work on a Mac and have been frustrated at times in the past with bundled material intended only for Windows machines).  I'll find out for myself in a few days, I guess, but I'm wondering whether anyone has tried to do a mix and whether it has been relatively easy to do.  

thanks again, 


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