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 • Posted by: Jesse Hopkins
• Date: Saturday, July 15, 2006, at 6:41 p.m.
• IP Address: cpe-72-231-154-136.nycap.res.rr.com


Hi guys. I come to FSM today to offer any composers or aspiring composers a 20% discount on Geniesoft's Overture 4 composing software.

I think it is a great app for composing to film. It is more fully compatible with today's large sample libraries than the competitors, and it actually makes composing with notation fast enough to compete with sequencers like Digital Performer, the chosen sequencer of many pro film composers. For 279 dollars, it's more competetively priced than Sibelius or Finale, and it offers the composer more control over playback of each note for demos that will impress directors.

It also has tempo in hundredths and displays timecode - must have features for film composing.

Coupon code for 20% off is jhgsove4
You can order through https://www.geniesoft.com

This is a demo of what it can sound like using notation only (sounds sold seperately):
https://geniesoft.com/products/new_features_ove/scores/Liberty.mp3

The different playing styles were indicated by the notation, including all the harp glissandos, the hard and expressive trumpet styles, etc. You spend less time tweaking, and more time writing your score. But if you need to tweak, it is also a full fledged sequencer.

Here are some images that show how it integrates with the sample libraries that professional film composers are useing, such as Vienna Symphonic Library and East West Symphonic Orchestra:

[img]geniesoft.com/products/new_features_ove/images/playback1.jpg[/img]

[img]geniesoft.com/products/new_features_ove/images/playback2.jpg[/img]

[img]geniesoft.com/products/new_features_ove/images/playback3.jpg[/img]

[img]geniesoft.com/products/new_features_ove/images/playback4.jpg[/img]

[img]geniesoft.com/products/new_features_ove/images/midiedit2.gif[/img]


https://www.geniesoft.com







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