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Your Music played by a Real Orchestra? Now affordable!

27 Sep

Sorry for the advertising lingo, but I simply have to share with you this wonderful service.

Next Open Orchestra Session, facilitated by my colleagues at Dynamedion, happens on November 14th and 15th.

You can send in your music (or your composer’s music), even if it’s just 1 song, and have a 66-piece orchestra record it for you, starting at 650€ per finished minute of music. YES.

This covers not only the orchestra, but also concert hall, conductor, and Tonmeister (top notch engineers for orchestra).

The price assumes you send in a final score. But you can, for slightly more, send in just a prescore or even just an MP3 (!). A brilliant orchestrator will develop the full score from it.

By the way, the whole crew is quite experienced, with dozens of sessions behind them and hundreds of happy clients. This is how awesome it will sound in the end:

You can even be present (Frankfurt a. d. Oder, Germany), which I can tell you is an amazing experience.

Isn’t this a cool thing? A session like this happens every few months, so even if the timing is not right,  you can get in touch whenever you need something.

Speaking of which, please contact me for more info, or a pricelist or to actually take part.