So happy to hear that you find my playing to be inspiring! I'm just an amateur guitarist who's been playing for a very long time; I'm sure
Thanks for the feedback, Powderdtoastman! (Great reference to Ren & Stimpy)powderedtoastman wrote: ↑Sun Jul 09, 2017 6:04 pmWow, this is good. Your tone is very consistent, you must have very solid right hand technique!
If I were to change anything about this, perhaps I would go for a gentler touch, piano in dynamic in most places (like right from the start), and then turn it up a notch in places where the tension builds. Really exaggerate the crescendos.
Everything else is really nicely done. Hope to hear more from you!
That makes two of us! I will do a couple of takes if I do something I really don't like the first time around, but I try to keep it as few as possible. If I don't like it after two or three then that's it for the day and I will try again later.wapolo wrote: ↑Tue Jul 11, 2017 11:21 pm
Thanks for the feedback, Powderdtoastman! (Great reference to Ren & Stimpy)
I didn't put a whole lot of thought into this recording, it just happened that I thought my guitar was sounding particularly good that day, so I thought I'd make a quick recording. I only did one take, as I'm far too lazy to play a piece over and over again till it's "perfect". It seems to me that you lose some of the spontaneity of the performance when you do that.
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