There is a rather curious ticking that occurs when certain combinations of voices are playing in sync that I think is interference between the MIDI signals (bursts of note on and note off messages) and the audio that is accentuated by the lo-fi nature of the synthesis going on. To start with I wanted to remove it, but as I listen to it, I actually quite like it. It gives a curious percussive accompaniment to some passages, so I’ve left it in.
This has been programmed in from scratch from the original orchestral score and the composer’s own arrangement for two pianos.
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