Your technique on the 10/4 etude is impressive, but there are some wrong notes that I'm wondering if they are mistakes or reading errors. A few were noticeable as early as the first phrase, particular the D# dominant 7th chord on the 4th beat of measure 4 - you played an F# rather than an Fx in the right hand which made it a minor 7th. The other errors were notes of enough brevity to be overlooked, but that pivot chord is rather important.
On the 10/1 etude, I think it's especially important to change pedal in places like measures 11-12 - the harmony of measure 11 just doesn't sound nice on top of the harmony of measure 12. There are several places throughout the etude where the same rule would apply. I definitely understand the tendency to use to much pedal, though - it's one of my weaknesses!
I won't comment on the Liszt since I'm not familiar with it, other than to say, good job! I am jealous of the capabilities of your fingers.
Oh yes...and the recording sound quality does not do justice to your playing, which is quite unfortunate.