Andrei Puhach escribió: ↑
Lun May 22, 2017 8:30 pm
DaveMoutrie escribió: ↑
Dom May 21, 2017 5:00 pm
Here is where I am at with the Carulli Valse at the moment. As you can see I have put the music away completely now so that I can concntrate more on the sound I am making and the overall shape of the piece without the distraction of looking at the notes I am playing. The format is: AA BB CC DD AA B which as far as I have been able to acertain is the correct way of playing it.
Still working on it as I'm not sure its good enough for the exam yet. Any comments, constructive critisism etc., would be most welcome.
Thank you for listening.
Clean and beautiful, pleasure to listen. Great tone also. In section 3 (measure 21), section 4 (measures 25-27) there are rest signs for the bass line meaning damps. But your legato throughout sounds better to me
I think you are more than ready for the exam
Personally I tend to play it much slower, but I like your version very much.
How do you manage to make it noise-free? Post-processing, some special mic settings or simply a super-quiet room?
Thank you for your kind comments and advice. As always you are eagle eyed and maticulous.
I'm not exactly sure how the examination marking is done, but I am guessing that at least some of the marks are given for following the instructions within the music, so this would include playing it at the speed indicated and including all the rests, dampings etc.
As far as post processing is concerned - I don't do any apart from synching up the audio and video and trimming the video.
The settings I use are: Low cut off, auto level off, rec format wav. I have my recorder about 12 inches from the guitar. Fortunately I live in a quiet cul-de-sac so the only noise I get is usually bird chatter.
I value your help and advice very much so thank you again.