Thanks, Techneut. I joined the 'club' with one of the shorter, easier Mazurkas. My other mazurkas are doing what you talked about on another thread. They are getting worse, instead of better.
Once you really start work on them for recording, I am sure they will get better. As I eventually got over my 'regression bar' in the Bach fugue. It's fine again now.
As to the sound, I had the recorder sitting on a glass table on the left of my piano. Maybe that's why the sound is funny? I found the reverb button on the Edirol, but when I connected the recorder to my computer with the USB cable, the reverb would not transmit. Maybe I'm doing something wrong. Is this why you use one of those editing programs? I'm going to check out one of those.
Mmm, glass table ! Doesn't sound like the optimal location. Perhaps it does not matter but try draping a cloth over it (the table I mean, not the edirol
Reverb would not transmit ? That does not make sense. It is the mp3 file you transmit, with all the sound in it. What I found is that Edirol kept resetting the equalizer to 'Pop' every time I tried to
change the reverb setting. Also I did not like the sound quality of the reverbs, and hate fiddling around with knobs and dials when I can use a mouse and keyboard. Lastly, a program like Cooledit has so much more possibilities and especially the reverb settings are very good.
I would be honored to be up on the site, but I think I'd like to wait until I have one or two more acceptable recordings. Don't want to look whimpy with just one short piece.
Whatever you want !