You’re Gonna Love Tomorrow was originally staged as a concert organized by The Whitney Museum in 1983 in Stephen Sondheim’s honor—the same year he was elected to the American Institute of Arts and Letters.
Sometimes being faithful to the score of an MTI musical requires unique, signature keyboard/synthesizer patches integral to the orchestration. The challenge for musical directors is when these authentic sounds are difficult to find and even more difficult to re-produce correctly.
That’s why we created MTI’s Keyboard Patch SolutionsTM – an easy to use resource designed specifically to meet the needs of productions that want convenient, cost-effective access to these hard-to-find keyboard sounds. We’ve carefully assembled all the patches required for a given show and packaged them as one easy-to-use program.
Everything is laid out in correct sequential order, so you can easily progress through each song in each keyboard book with professional, authentic, show-specific sounds. All you have to do is connect any standard keyboard (or multiple keyboards) to your computer and you’ll be ready to perform. And we’ll help you every step of the way.
ORDERING AND ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
For more information about pricing, technical requirements, etc. or to order Keyboard Patch SolutionsTM, visit our partner REALTIME MUSIC SOLUTIONS, (212) 620-0774.
FREE DEMO We encourage you to contact RMSfor a free DVD installation or use the link below to download five free sample tracks from each show so you can get a better sense of how Keyboard Patch SolutionsTM can assist you with your next production.