Conductors, publishers: midi-renditions– what is your reaction?
Date: January 23, 2016
There is currently interesting dialogue <http://www.choralnet.org/view/482329#482370> concerning the value of midi renditions of choral works when composers submit them along with scores to conductors with hopes of having their music performed. This is by no means the first time this topic has been bandied dack and forth in the Composer Community. What are your thoughts on this?
Is it better to have a midi-rendition than no rendition at all? When it comes to the crunch, would you prefer a midi-rendition to a recorded not-so-good live performance?
Your thoughts will be valuable and very helpful for composers.
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