It may be from your PC's interface with Audacity. I had such difficulty getting good recording on my PC (for instance, picking up fan sounds) that I went to an external recorder, the Tascam DR-05. Then I copy the recording file to the computer and trim it with audacity. But having a mic plugged into the PC desktop or part of the laptop - I could never get a good recording. I think sometimes I'd pick up fan noise; other times I think it was more electrical interference of some sort. Despite the artifacts yours are far better than what I could do; I'm not sure I'd change what I was doing if I were you, unless you want a perfect quality recording to give your children/grandchildren. It's plenty good enough.Haris Karachristianidis wrote: I notice too that artifact, I have noticed it in other recordings of D02 too. I don't know where it comes. It is not a sound that was recorded.
I play with nails but the sound is not from there. I play with my pc on because audio is captured in real time by Audacity. But this sound is not from my pc too. It is a software artifact that is produced in the process of editing. I use Audacity and Cinelerra. I have to find out... Thank you for mentioning.
I can still only hear the sound from left.Haris Karachristianidis wrote:I rescaled and reuploaded the 2 videos: opus 35 and exercise 54 and doubled this mono audio recording, so now in Fernando SOR EXERCICE II opus 35 audio comes from both sides.
Thanks for the feedback, Bea. I agree that i have much to work on, but I didn't lift my index from the bass string. Are you referring to the first couple seconds on the video? (if not pls. reference the time). It is true that I had to work on not lifting my pinky early from the bass string in the later part of the video but I don't recall that ever being an issue for the earlier part. Perhaps I'm blind to it?Beatriz Martin wrote:Thanks Abel for the comment.
Carl, good job with exercise 53! In extensions I think your are not supposed to lift the fingers until you are going to use that finger, for example, you lift the index from fretting the first fret on the sixth string before pressing the second fret with the middle.
I cant listen to your Sor on tapatalk, so will wait
until I am at the computer to listen to it.
Thanks, Duang. I agree, the sound is not very good. Same recorder, different guitar. My playing needs work, but the guitar just doesn't sound very good. Very plastic-y sound. It's going back.Duang Turongratanachai wrote:Congratulations Carl. I like your exercise 54. The extensions, it sounds ok. Your Sor one For me it's a bit rush and the sound of the recording is not quite clear. But it 's great over all.
Clearly you all are seeing something I'm not, or I'm misunderstanding. Are you saying I'm not holding the bass note for the duration? Or are you saying something about the fingers on the treble string? If you're saying that fingers 2,3, and 4 should stay put until needed, I am probably guilty of that. My guess is that a) I didn't realize that was how it was supposed to be done, and b) I thought I should lift them lest the note value extend beyond its intended duration.Haris Karachristianidis wrote:Carl, I liked all your recordings!
You play easily the last note of the extensions which is the most difficult part of the exercise. I agree with Bea, that you should not have lifted your fingers that are not needed till you have to use them.
Dampings are also nice!
Opus 35 is good, I agree with Duang that its tempo is a bit quick for me, but of course this is personal taste. The basses are not heard clearly in some parts of this recording, I mean they are not as loud as they should.
To publish your videos on the forum use the code that you will see if you quote a post with videos.
Very good over all!!