My first recording for posting

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My first recording for posting

Postby Anonymous » Sat Jul 15, 2006 11:45 pm

Hope you all love it!
I don't know how to get the spikes off... if anyone knows, please tell me.

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Postby techneut » Sun Jul 16, 2006 6:19 am

A solid and pleasing performance, and a good debut ! Only critique I have is that it sounds just a little hurried in places, like if you were on a jog-trot and did not want to lose your tempo. A bit more ebb and flow would make it even better. The piano sounds great.

Yes shame about these noises. How did you get them in there ? I think a software program like CoolEdit can mostly get rid of these. If you promise to submit spike-free recordings in future, I can try it out for you. Or even better, you could try and re-record it.
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Postby Anonymous » Mon Jul 17, 2006 7:42 pm

Thanks for listening. I've recorded this with a little mp3 player and a "studio" grand piano which I don't have access during the summer. The mp3 player doesn't record a large span of dynamics so thats where the spikes come in...

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