Das Meer (The Sea) – an original song by Thomas Gunther

About the song Das Meer (The Sea) I wrote the song Das Meer as part of the accompanying music to a text by Oscar Wild called “The Young King”. The Song “Das Meer” (The Sea) describes the sea in all its different facets. I finally found the time to record it and create this video.… Continue reading Das Meer (The Sea) – an original song by Thomas Gunther

Swing Fever Song Review

Dear Swing Music Fans and Dancers! The first official review of my original Swing Fever Song is here and I’d like to share it with you. Health Andrews, an independent writer selected by Arial Publicity, conducted and wrote the review. A note of caution: We can all agree that reviews by nature can never be… Continue reading Swing Fever Song Review

Peace To The Middle East – An Original Song By Thomas Gunther

The Peace To The Middle East song is dedicated to all the victims of those horrible Middle East wars. I wrote this song in 2002 and recorded it finally as part of my Album Pamela Fernandez & Thomas Gunther’ Spicy Jazz Adventure. I performed/recorded all the instruments myself with the exception of the drum set… Continue reading Peace To The Middle East – An Original Song By Thomas Gunther

Exporting Parts as Audio Files in Finale (Training Video included)

In this video I demonstrate how to export Finale parts as audio files. Once you exported them as audio files you can import them into your favorite DWS program for further manipulation. Why would one want to export the parts from a Finale score as audio files? Finale is known primarily for its rich music… Continue reading Exporting Parts as Audio Files in Finale (Training Video included)

Why You Want to Use Finale for Playback

Finale’s unique Human Playback Engine Many Finale users are unaware that Finale has a very sophisticated and unique audio engine called Human Playback. It functions very differently from an ordinary midi sequencer interpreting music in a musical way similarly to how a musician does it. Although this may sound slightly overstated, there is a lot… Continue reading Why You Want to Use Finale for Playback