In ‘Blackpool Bridge’ Wood

In ‘Blackpool Bridge’ Wood

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In ‘Blackpool Bridge’ Wood

Today’s post is about the reverb built inside of Sibelius Ultimate!

I’ve had a few requests on my website from people who’d like to hear what it’s like, as I’ve not demonstrated it before.

As some of you will already know, I’m a big fan of Spaces II reverb from East West Quantum Leap and have used it many times on the site, but for those of you who don’t have access to other reverbs there no need to feel disheartened, as I have to say that some of the reverb inbuilt into Sibelius can sound very nice indeed!..and with a little tweaking, they can sound lovely!

To demonstrate it, I’ve decided to use a new score. It’s a piece I’ve been working on and along with ‘On Soudley Ponds’ (another piece I’ve used a lot to demonstrate different features) will form the basis of the ‘Forest Suite’

I live in the Forest of Dean, in Gloucestershire, England and I’m hugely lucky to live here as the place is stunning! This tune is ‘In Blackpool Bridge Wood’ and in Springtime has the most amazing display of bluebells I’ve ever seen. It’s a magical place, and if your there in the early morning, with all the birds tweeting, and some wild bore snuffling around (yep we have them here!!) it really is quite lovely.

I’ve tweaked the NotePerformer playback for this piece using all the plugins available, and if you’d like to know how to get the best out of this stunning library, but don’t know where to start, check out this little course here!

I hope you enjoy it, and I’ll see you again soon for the next one!

Sibelius Ultimate 2020.12 was used for this one, with the reverb set to ‘Large Room’ at the default settings.



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