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. I'm totally enamored with it and the sound that comes out of it, which is stunning to hear and play download. Simply panning copies of the parts won’t work. It’s the almost infinite variances provided by the human air stream through the instrument that allow this overdubbing technique to work , e.g. http://thecloudworks.com/?library/barney-childs-sonata-for-solo-trombone
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