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PostPosted: Thu Feb 01, 2007 8:27 am 
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This jubilant little item from the Orgelbuchlein will need to be re-recorded some time as I am still insufficiently secure in places. But no dramatic slips and I hope this can be enjoyed in its current state. I had a better track but somehow managed to lose it while copying from Edirol to PC :x :x

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Yes, I enjoyed listening. Also not just the easiest thing to play I assume, especially the pedal part. Beside a major slip in bar 8/9 in both pedal and manuals I heard no serious issues otherwise.

But, please, why on earth you force yourself to go that fast through your different projects, even if you are not really satisfied with the recording? Why not take all the time it needs to record it again before going to the next piece, instead to add it to the list of rerecording intentions?

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MindenBlues wrote:
But, please, why on earth you force yourself to go that fast through your different projects, even if you are not really satisfied with the recording? Why not take all the time it needs to record it again before going to the next piece, instead to add it to the list of rerecording intentions?

Dunno really ! I guess it's just life in the fast lane. Don't try to understand :D

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Not sure if I have heard this before but it sound like you have a pretty good concept of it. But I clearly heard the slip in the beginning but from there, it sounded nice.

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robert wrote:
But I clearly heard the slip in the beginning but from there, it sounded nice.

Yeah, I thought I'd get that out of the way first :lol:

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Had another go at this one today. I had about a dozen of quasi acceptable takes but none completely error free. Settled for the last-but-one take with a small part inserted from another take (the cuts can be heard, alas, but are not too obtrusive). It seems to be more secure and convincing now. In any case it will have to do for now, as I'm fed up with it.

Bach - Orgelbuchlein - BWV 615 - In Dir ist Freude

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I think it sounded really well this time. It did sound well last time as well but for the slip.

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