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Leviathan Experiment, Phase 1

I’ve been talking up my graduate thesis work, Leviathan of the Ancient Deep, a lot recently, and I’m hoping one of these days soon somebody will take up the excitement of actually premiering the full work live in concert. It’s a challenge, to be sure, but I know in my heart it’s worth it!

So, to encourage myself, and to prepare a sound sample FINALLY really worthy of being shown to prospective parties ;), I decided to embark on the “Leviathan Experiment.” I’m going through, movement by movement, and bringing in the old MIDI files (that I had “slopped” together in a hurry for my thesis deadlines, since it was only really the score and parts that mattered at the time, lol!) — bringing them into Garageband and polishing them up real nice with decent sounding instruments and special FX… creating a sound file that’s much, much closer to what the real thing would (hopefully!) sound like, were a group to truly take it on!

Even better — I’m only sequencing the orchestral and MIDI accompaniment parts; I plan on actually recording myself playing the solo line on my six-string electric violin! It’ll be great fun!

So, because I was SO impressed with the awesome results so far…

Here is the Accompaniment Track to Leviathan, Movement 1! Remember, there is no solo line added yet; only accompaniment. But, enjoy for now, and keep an eye out for more to come! :mrgreen:


3 thoughts on “Leviathan Experiment, Phase 1

  1. […] in so doing, the listener is also taken on an aural journey of the “Seekers” from the first movement now running into the Creature of Legend. There are titles given to certain sections within the […]

  2. […] just completed the experience of laying down my electric violin solo track to the accompaniment track I’d made for Movement 1 of my Leviathan Concerto!!! Wow, I’m just absolutely amazed and thrilled at the […]

  3. […] Deep,” for Six-String Electric Violin Solo, Chamber Orchestra, Synthesizer, and EWI, are complete and uploaded for your listening […]

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