kkconroy replied to the topic M. Giuliani – Op. 1 Part IV No. 6, Allegretto Con Moto in the forum Classical Guitar Student Showcase 1 day, 22 hours ago
Very niiiice! Sounds like your new brilliant buddy is enjoying his new digs too.
I wish you many hours of creative fun.
Superb playing, Steve.
Yep, my head was buried in the sand…
that’s my excuse for not seeing this gem.
Loved the tune, Roger. Liked the contrasts you played with in the piece. Supper catchy and full of fun. Made me want to go grab a sangria.
Holy toledo, Andrew!! Way to share an outstanding example of her abilities.
Gracious me, she is one excellent guitarist.
Thank you, everyone, for checking her out. Frebruary practice sessions have been a bit blah for me. I needed some infusion of energy, something to put a pep-in-my-step as I enter the practice room. Narayan said is just…[Read more]
Mr. Roger introduced me to Paola Hermosín. This delightful young lady is creative, winsome and blew my socks off with her skills.
Her Preludio BWV 1006
I find myself mesmerized by watching her left-hand technique. Her fingers just flow across the fretboard with ease and grace.
And more recently, her Scarlatti…[Read more]
It did! Thanks, Brian!!!
I will read the article. I will also test the various band settings, too.
I promise not to damage my ears by turning up the volume =).
Looks like I have some fun sound experimenting ahead of me.
Now to find a sweet spot to set up my mic in my room.
Have a great weekend!
The room is about 10 1/2 feet by 12 1/2 feet and an 8 ft height (yes, I just measured everything).
The microphone’s rear was facing a corner of the wall. In the corner is my husband’s PC.
Next to the PC is an office desk with lots of monitors and a huge monitor is on the opposite wall over the electric piano.
We have a…[Read more]
You bet Bruce. It’s a little overwhelming, but with little baby steps, I think some of this info is starting to sink in.
Thanks so much for your feedback. Yes, the hiss is pretty loud. I am already strategizing about how to reposition our mic in our very small room. I think I may take you up on the pillow idea.
Opening up the DAW…[Read more]
I recorded a new track today and would love to get everyone’s feedback on the sound edits I made.
What I wanted to accomplish with this task:
1. Set up a physical recording station
2. Open DAW software and record
3. Apply basic EQ
4. Apply Basic Reverb
5. Adjust LUFS
6. Render wav file
For those who would like to geek out, this is…[Read more]
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