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MP3: 00_Initial_Demo_Project.mp3 [1,08 MB]
SONAR 3.0 Project: 00_Initial_Demo_Project.wrk [678 KB]
Cakewalk 9.0 Project: 00_(CW9)_Initial_Demo_Project.wrk [626 KB]
Cubase SX 2.0 Project: 00_Initial_Demo_Project.cpr [701 KB]
This example is very appropriate for your first acquaintance with JMT Orchestrator 2.1. It contains a number of Styles in different manners, orchestra Fills, Key/Scales changes and Chords. First four tracks were processed using Onyx Arranger 2.1 MFX Chains with Modelers which automatically humanize solos, recorded into these tracks. Similar effect can be achieved by applying Style Enhancer Micro 2.0 - an NTONYX Performance Modeling MFX Plug-in for SONAR/Cakewalk or Style Enhancer 4.0. The data generated by JMT Orchestrator 2.1 is in Track #6. It uses MIDI Channels from #7 to #15.

MP3: 03_How_ONE_Style_Can_Sound_On_ONE_Chord.mp3 [1,05 MB]
SONAR 3.0 Project: 03_How_ONE_Style_Can_Sound_On_ONE_Chord.wrk [543 KB]
Cakewalk 9.0 Project: 03_(CW9)_How_ONE_Style_Can_Sound_On_ONE_Chord.wrk [509 KB]
Cubase SX 2.0 Project: 03_How_ONE_Style_Can_Sound_On_ONE_Chord.cpr [536 KB]
This example illustrates the flexibility of Orchestrator controls. It includes only ONE Style, which was applied with four different Orchestrator factory presets in one-chord progression. Of course, it is only a small part of available variants and any JMT Orchestrator 2.1 user can create a lot of his own presets required for his musical tasks. So, having ONE Style you actually have a lot of Styles!

MP3: 05_How_4'4M_Style_Can_Work_in_4'4_3'4_5'4_7'8_and_3'8_Meters.mp3 [587 KB]
SONAR 3.0 Project: 05_How_4'4M_Style_Can_Work_in_4'4_3'4_5'4_7'8_and_ 3'8_Meters.wrk [179 KB]
Cakewalk 9.0 Project: 05_(CW9)_How_4'4M_Style_Can_Work_in_4'4_3'4_5'4_7'8_and_3'8_Meters.wrk [160 KB]
This example illustrates how one Style in 4/4 meter can work in its initial meter, in 3/4, 5/4, 7/8 and 3/8 Meters. You can see how all measures of initial pattern will be adjusted according to the used meter changes. The scope of the style extends essentially due to this feature of Music Object Morphing technology (MOM).

MP3: 05-1_How_Styles_in_4'4,_7'8,_5'4_and_6'8_Meters_Can_Work_in_3'4_Meter.mp3 [587 KB]
Cubase SX 2.0 Project: 05-1_How_Styles_in_4'4,_7'8,_5'4_and_6'8_Meters_Can_Work_in_3'4_ Meter.cpr [166 KB]
This example illustrates how Styles in 4'4, 7'8, 5'4 and 6'8 Meters can work in 3'4 Meter. You can see how all measures of initial pattern will be adjusted according to the used meter changes. The scope of the style extends essentially due to this feature of Music Object Morphing technology (MOM).

MP3: 05-2_How_Styles_in_3'4,_7'8,_5'4_and_6'8_Meters_Can_Work_in_4'4_Meter.mp3 [735 KB]
Cubase SX 2.0 Project:
05-2_How_Styles_in_3'4,_7'8,_5'4_and_6'8_Meters_Can_Work_in_4'4_Meter.cpr [208 KB]
This example illustrates how Styles in 3'4, 7'8, 5'4 and 6'8 Meters can work in 4'4 Meter. You can see how all measures of initial pattern will be adjusted according to the used meter changes. The scope of the style extends essentially due to this feature of Music Object Morphing technology (MOM).

Note:
All SONAR and Cubase demo projects are included in demo version package.
 

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