11 Steps in Mastering Allegro moderato, e serioso | Sonata No. 1 in F Minor, Op. 65 | F. Mendelssohn
Today I installed Nancy Cathedral sample set by Piotr Grabowski. It's a magnificent 4 manual Cavaille-Coll organ with the ability to set pipe detuning. At first I tried 100% detuning and it sounded funny. Then reduced to 50% and after discussion with my friends @James Flores and Jerry Martin settled down to 40%. The result is very realistic when you will hear me set the registration for the 1st Part of Sonata No. 1 in F Minor, Op. 65 by F. Mendelssohn. After that I demonstrate my process of mastering this part in 11 simple steps. Hope you will enjoy it!
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