Anyway, for a long time I knew you guys must be using some "hack" tools to listen for missing notes or play exact like a metronome.
Haha good one. As if a pair of trained ears can not pick up all the errors here. I've never used Amazing Slow Downer to evaluate submissions, only applied it to some recordings by Kapustin and Hamelin to hear what exactly they were doing in some selected spots. I've only used it once on my own recording, and cringed in horror. It is the most confronting thing you can imagine. By all means do it, if only once, and eat humble pie.
But I think one may miss the point of playing the art of music of individuality.
This one's good too. Is your recording so individual and musical that handfuls of misses are justified ? Is that not a privilege of only the greatest artist from the past ?
Maybe we need to discuss how many flaws (rhythmic errors, wrong/missed notes) are acceptable. I'd say, unless the going gets real tough, not more than one or perhaps two per page. If there's issues in almost every bar people are not going to enjoy it. You'll need to develop a lot more self-criticism, and really listen
Meanwhile, back to the drawing board. I have to say this is a very contradict to what other says(including my serveral former teachers at conservatorium and friends before submitting this recording.
I can understand how friends would think all you do is wonderful, but this does make me wonder about the level pf Australian conservatoria. I don't believe any serious professional musician should have told you this was ok. Perhaps they were just being polite. I'd once more advise to take a break from Chopin and dig into Bach and Mozart. I know it has helped me a lot.