Djinn for solo marimba and digital audio

Originally a concerto for solo marimba, strings, harp, and percussion, Djinn is now available as a recital work for solo marimba and digital audio. The materials are available in flexible, affordable configurations to suit individual needs, and all are available as direct downloads.

Each set of files for each movement can be dragged into audio software (Logic, ProTools, Cubase, etc.). As long as the start points of the audio files are synchronised, the click, marimba, reference, and orchestral tracks will line up.

Downloads labelled "Performance Tracks” contain AIFF and MP3 audio files of the digital audio backing, and a separate mono click track. These are all you will ned for performance.

Folders labelled “Practice Tracks” contain MP3 audio files of the digital audio backing, and a separate mono click track, at various tempi to allow a gradual approach toward performance tempo.

Folders labelled "Additional Materials” contain AIFF and MP3 audio files of a full MIDI performance (including marimba), the marimba alone at slow, medium, and performance tempi, and a MIDI file that will import tempo and time signature information when dragged into a DAW.

Important note about the fermata at m138 in movement 2; this has been realised as three extra (at-tempo) beats, making this a 7/4 bar.

Also note that at some of the slower practice tempi, certain samples (such as one-shot cymbal rolls, one-shot marimba rolls, and one-shot string crescendi) will occasionally terminate earlier than notated. 

You can download the solo marimba part for free at;  http://www.prometheaneditions.com/downloads/PEF_JP_DJ_000_Solo_Marimba.pdf

Enjoy - and thanks for playing my music

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