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#1055320 - 02/25/06 03:33 PM Re: New songs in the PIANO BAR, more wanted.
Balladeer Offline
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Hi, Tomas ...

Chopin's nocturnes, and a few of his other works - including this one - are among my classical favorites.

You played this very evenly and I thoroughly enjoyed it! Thanks.

Balladeer

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#1055321 - 02/25/06 03:45 PM Re: New songs in the PIANO BAR, more wanted.
Tomas Offline
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Wow, very nice touch S-H. Both pieces sound beautiful, natural, flowing.

Euan, I like the sound of both pieces very much. Watching Lara sounds flawless. Excellent.

The Fur Elise sounds nice Schmoe, it flows and you have the crescendo's down very well. Smooth out some of the transitions and it'll be perfect. Moonlight sounds very musical, especially considering where you're at with it. It must be very rewarding to have such a long and challenging piece down well like that.

Balladeer - Wow. Very nice. You must have a finely tuned sense of timing. It really sounds perfect.

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#1055322 - 02/25/06 03:51 PM Re: New songs in the PIANO BAR, more wanted.
Tomas Offline
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I'm glad you enjoyed this one Balladeer.

And you've read my mind with Chopin's preludes and nocturnes - I began working on B Minor a few days ago and would like to do his Posthoumus nocturne after that if I'm capable.

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#1055323 - 02/25/06 04:20 PM Re: New songs in the PIANO BAR, more wanted.
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Tomas, I just downloaded and listened to your song. Once again, I think your playing is just amazing, especially for how short a time you have been playing.

you are in total control over the tempo and speed of the music. You remind me a lot of Rocky who also has great timing, control and has not been playing that long.

Now tomas...come clean. Have you REALLY only been playing two months? Your skill level seems WAY more advanced than that! Also, I see you are playing a Bosendorfer....hmm not exactly a "beginer" piano!!

Don't take my "prying" the wrong way tomas, I'm just asking what everyone else is probably thinking! If you really have only been playing for 2-months, you are an absolutely gifted talent that should pursue a career in music.

I am not doubting you, I'm really just amazed at your talent level. Besides, most people don't take the things I say seriously anyway!!

;\)

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#1055324 - 02/25/06 04:20 PM Re: New songs in the PIANO BAR, more wanted.
s54mo827 Offline
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This is my offering at the "Piano Bar" (this month). It was recorded after one month with PMMO. Before that, I never really played piano.

The song is Amazing Grace.

(quickly - I am now with PMMO 5 months...)

Sharon..... \:\)

File uploaded and reachable from the following project:
http://www.savefile.com/projects/810283

If you want to link directly to the file:
http://www.savefile.com/files/7256013
_________________________
~Sharon

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cv7-qjprix4

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#1055325 - 02/25/06 04:37 PM Re: New songs in the PIANO BAR, more wanted.
Mr Super-Hunky Offline
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Hi sharon;

I just listened to both of your song versions and I can definitely hear your improvement.

your bass (left hand) is nicely complimenting your right hand melody together. you should keep updated copies around to hear your progress every few months or so as this is the best inscentive of all.

BTW, for some reason, on my computer speakers, your song sounds like it is being played on a harpsichord. This is one of my favorite instruments as it has a certain unique sound to it. I'm probably guessing however that you are not playing one.

I wonder if its something in my speakers or just the way its recorded. Its a very beutifull sound but much different than some of the others I've heard.... Just wondering!

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#1055326 - 02/25/06 04:43 PM Re: New songs in the PIANO BAR, more wanted.
s54mo827 Offline
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Yes, that's what I play - a harpsicord. NOT (Like Lurch on the Addams Family). :p

1. I am very, very glad you were able to hear it.

2. It's definitely played on a piano Casio PX100 (for the time being).

3. It's a midi file.

4. I would prefer sending Mp3 (like you guys do) but don't know how right now.

5. Thank you very much for the nice compliments.... yes, I agree there is improvement... in fact... i was told that the short arps weren't exactly right... and have since fixed that problem.

Thanks, man.... very, very, very cool! \:D

Sharon
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#1055327 - 02/25/06 04:44 PM Re: New songs in the PIANO BAR, more wanted.
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Hi Hunkster and everyone

Okay I've been locked away in the tallest tower at Seaside Towers for oooh lets see?.... an hour!

and I've come up with these 2 for you Mr S-H

Since listening to the classical pieces in the recital I've been watching ClassicFM TV and there is this violin version of this song which I like a lot

So No1 is:-

A Time For Us (Love Theme From Romeo & Juliet) in Seaside Minor (LOL)

http://www.savefile.com/files.php?fid=7118690

and No2 is:-

Georgia On My Mind

http://www.savefile.com/files.php?fid=9945150

As Balladeer would say "you may find them interesting" (LOL) (now if I could just play like him too ;\) )


regards


Lee
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#1055328 - 02/25/06 04:48 PM Re: New songs in the PIANO BAR, more wanted.
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I am so disappointed.I love A.L. Webber music and the file wouldn't fly to my computer and sing to me. It sounds like it is a very good recording Balladeer made from the comments I am reading here. My computer is a dinosaur. I need to get a faster computer soon. My favorite A.L. W. tune is "Wishing You Were Somehow Here Again". I usually play and sing that one for Memorial Day gigs.

*Can someone convert that "Phatom" file by Balladeer file to a file like Mr. Superhunky is using, or post it in another place I can access it. Or send it to me privately. I reallllllllly want to hear it.


My old and very slow computer doesn't seem to let me hear anything posted at savefile.com. That website has so many pop ups ads that everything comes to a halt whenever I try to download anything there. Mr. Super Hunkys files come up fairly quicky with the good old Windows player. But at savefile.com the files the Phantom song file or a player that plays it never came up, and froze up my screen to the point I gave up. I tried loading with the pop up stopper both on and off... no sucess.

I have no problem opening Mr. Super_Hunky's recordings. I enjoyed hearing them.

I will have to get a nice stage digital that will allow me to do recordings too. I am envious of the fun you guys are having sharing your music recordings.

But I think I will also need a better computer down the road also that won't choke on big files, numerous slow loading pop up windows. And eventually need to get broadband (my computer system cannot do braodband without an expensive upgrade).

*BTW anyone working on that "Learn to be Lonely" song from the Phantome of the Opera movie? Lovely song, I am looking for the sheet music for that one. It is a lovely solo for a vocalist.

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Originally posted by Balladeer:
I think I have figured out how to to post this song (with a little help from my friends).... we'll see..

This is my interpretation of the "Phantom of the Opera" It may not be exactly what you are used to hearing, but some of you may find it interesting. I find Lloyd Webber songs to be very expressive, and when I grow up I would like to be able to deliver that expression.
http://www.savefile.com/files/2078092

Balladeer [/b]
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#1055329 - 02/25/06 04:53 PM Re: New songs in the PIANO BAR, more wanted.
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Hi Sharon

Just played your midi file through my casio and you are okay it sounds like a piano (and downloaded in like a flash too)

Hmmmm, I better get back to the towers quick and practise some more you are doing great and I hear improvement too...don't want you catching me up ;\)


Lee \:\)
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#1055330 - 02/25/06 05:12 PM Re: New songs in the PIANO BAR, more wanted.
s54mo827 Offline
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Hey Seaside.

My comments are as follows:

A Time For Us - very poignant, even a bit romantic. :p Good length on the song...wanted it to continue and wasn't disappointed. Ballroom dancable.

Georgia on My Mind - very nice... Both melodies full bodied sound... nice expression and breathing room to both.

But, however did you find an hour of seclusion to practice?


Sharon
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#1055331 - 02/25/06 05:14 PM Re: New songs in the PIANO BAR, more wanted.
s54mo827 Offline
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Thanks, Seaside.

Sharon
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#1055332 - 02/25/06 05:23 PM Re: New songs in the PIANO BAR, more wanted.
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#1055333 - 02/25/06 05:27 PM Re: New songs in the PIANO BAR, more wanted.
Tomas Offline
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 Quote:
Originally posted by mr_super-hunky:
Tomas, I just downloaded and listened to your song. Once again, I think your playing is just amazing, especially for how short a time you have been playing.

you are in total control over the tempo and speed of the music. You remind me a lot of Rocky who also has great timing, control and has not been playing that long.

Now tomas...come clean. Have you REALLY only been playing two months? Your skill level seems WAY more advanced than that! Also, I see you are playing a Bosendorfer....hmm not exactly a "beginer" piano!!

Don't take my "prying" the wrong way tomas, I'm just asking what everyone else is probably thinking! If you really have only been playing for 2-months, you are an absolutely gifted talent that should pursue a career in music.

I am not doubting you, I'm really just amazed at your talent level. Besides, most people don't take the things I say seriously anyway!!

;\) [/b]
Well firstly I am glad that you liked my song!

It's really more towards three months since I started playing now, but really I don't think Prelude in E minor is that advanced of a piece to be playing?? Keep in mind that I'm learning this song from sheet music, not improvising like yourself, which I imagine makes things go quite a bit quicker.

And if you don't believe me, I can send you a recording of E Minor I made last week - I misread tons of notes on the sheet music and also played the right hand of the last two bars G clef instead of C clef!

The piano belongs to my family, I only own the P90. They never played it, only use it for PianoDisc, and when I was staying at the house just had a friend of mine teach me how to play. Little did I know that I'd really enjoy it! Like I said in the recital thread, I am obsessive and will spend hours working at something until I get it right. Piano seems pretty conducive to that learning style sooo, seems a good fit.

And a career in music?! When I can play like this guy I will consider it.

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#1055334 - 02/25/06 05:30 PM Re: New songs in the PIANO BAR, more wanted.
Seaside_Lee Offline
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Thought you were in your cave? ;\)
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#1055335 - 02/25/06 05:51 PM Re: New songs in the PIANO BAR, more wanted.
Mr Super-Hunky Offline
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HaHa, no Lee, yesterday was cave day!

The one nice thing about "fake books" is that each one contains over 1000 songs! LITERALLY.

Anything and everything is available at a moments notice! If you can play one, you can play them all, however,this is where the "cafeteria food" taste or playing comes in; They all start sounding the same.

Tomas, Okay, you "passed" my inquiry. "obsessive" people like yourself seem to always excell the quickest. It is (in my opinion) a very good quality to have as long as you can keep it in check!

I can get really obsessive on certain things and go way overboard very easily. You seem to have a natural talent for not just playing the piano, but performing on it.

Keep it up and stay active here on the forum.

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#1055336 - 02/25/06 06:35 PM Re: New songs in the PIANO BAR, more wanted.
s54mo827 Offline
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 Quote:
Originally posted by Tomas:
And a career in music?! When I can play like this guy I will consider it. [/QB]
Kewl, Tomas! Kool! \:D

Sharon \:\)
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cv7-qjprix4

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#1055337 - 02/25/06 09:42 PM Re: New songs in the PIANO BAR, more wanted.
Euan Morrison Offline
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 Quote:
Originally posted by s54mo827:
 Quote:
Originally posted by Tomas:
And a career in music?! When I can play like this guy I will consider it. [/b]
Kewl, Tomas! Kool! \:D

Sharon \:\) [/QB]
Agreed! - that and Richter's Revolutionary Etude are my 2 fav piano videos of all time!

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#1055338 - 02/26/06 02:04 AM Re: New songs in the PIANO BAR, more wanted.
Balladeer Offline
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Hello, Lee

"A Time For Us" was simply splendid ... start to finish. Period. \:D A great opening,..pretty little spot about :37-:40 ...Nice breath at 1:08 followed by a full sound around 1:11 ... beautiful, graceful backing away around 1:30 .... 2:10-2:14-lovely ... and a gorgeous ending.

This had flare and kept my interest throughout. Beautifully done! \:\) Now where is that doll store? ;\)

Balladeer

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#1055339 - 02/26/06 07:26 AM Re: New songs in the PIANO BAR, more wanted.
Seaside_Lee Offline
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Hi Hunkster (and anyone else reading this thread)

I have slept on this over night

 Quote:
Now you also spurred a new idea:

Dueling Piano's !!!
To be honest I was a little angry with you yesterday...but, thought it best to think it over before I posted a response to you.

This thread was created by *you* to invite people to post their music for all to share and enjoy and hopefully give some of the other beginners or ones that missed the recital a chance to play without the pressure of say a recital (just for fun so to speak)...yes?

It is you that has asked for "more music" and I have gladly taken the time to record something and post it for enjoyment (by others) or critique (for my benefit) but, it was also with a view to letting you hear something that may help you achieve what you are trying to achieve at the moment? (i.e. expression and phrasing, the next time that you are in "your cave").

However, if you or I are going to challenge every piece that is posted here to see if we can play it better?, then I think that will discourage the exact thing you were trying to create.

Everyone is supposed to be sharing in the fun here...lets not spoil it ;\)

Thoughts anyone?


Lee \:\)

Thankyou so much Balladeer, I dont really know what to say? so I'll just say - "thanks" \:D
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#1055340 - 02/26/06 08:55 AM Re: New songs in the PIANO BAR, more wanted.
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Firstly, Lee - that was simply awesome! Another piece that kept me stunned for the entire duration. I love these mushy love songs!

As for the S-H - I really don't think his intentions were to turn this into a competition or anything. Maybe the phrase Dueling Piano's was not the best, but I only viewed it as a bit of harmless fun (then again, it wasn't my attempts being replicated!).

If anything, you are both regular posters, and fun guys, so I see it kinda like if BB King and Eric Clapton sat together and started jamming. One plays a lick, the other copies it, and essentially they start 'trading licks'. Its competitve in a friendly way, so to speak - just a couple of people doing what they love best.

I'm sure Hunky will see your side of the story and understand.

p.s. is that song used on Classic Fm 'Your Song', I think its 12noon on a Sunday? That thing were they tell tales of love lost, and longing to get back together etc (sorry if you have no idea what I'm talking about!). It sounded familiar, thats all.

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#1055341 - 02/26/06 09:42 AM Re: New songs in the PIANO BAR, more wanted.
sirch59 Offline
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Hi BDLR

It felt like I just turned on the radio
to NPR Saturday afternoon at the Opera!!

That's the true test!

VERY well done Sir!

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#1055342 - 02/26/06 10:36 AM Re: New songs in the PIANO BAR, more wanted.
Balladeer Offline
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Thanks, Sirch .. next one I'm gonna use two hands on! ;\)

Balladeer

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#1055343 - 02/26/06 11:46 AM Re: New songs in the PIANO BAR, more wanted.
s54mo827 Offline
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Hi Euan.

Just listened to Watching Lara - you keep a steady L/H rhythm. Spooky, interesting song.
Nice.

Sharon \:\)
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#1055344 - 02/26/06 12:57 PM Re: New songs in the PIANO BAR, more wanted.
Mr Super-Hunky Offline
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Seaside Lee:

I just read your response to my post and contrary to what you may think, I am NOT upset with you OR your response!

You see Lee, the opposite of love is not hate, but rather "apathy". Apathy means that you don't even have an emotion or feelings for someone else but instead you just don't care about them like as if they don't even exist.

This is NOT the case with you however, nor is it with me. We BOTH have an extreme amount of passion for our love of music and also the piano. You don't ever have to tell me this as I know it by how involved you are with your piano magic courses as well as how active you are on these and other piano forums.

So, now that leaves us with two very passionate people wanting to do the same things (play piano and share our music) in the same place (the piano forums)

Normally, this in not a problem, (and probably won't be in the future), but it is possible that every once in a while tensions could flare up a bit....especially between the two very similar people!... competitiveness???... honestly?, probably.

Lee, you don't "really" know me as I don't "really" know you, no-one really does. but outside this piano forum, we are both probably very very similar individuals. We are both similar in age (I'm almost 40!) both have similar interests ( you own a gym, I used to be extremely active in many sports as well as bobybuilding) and we both seem to have an accelerated passion for learning and performing on the piano.

When you have so much in common, that can be a really good thing, however, it could also create some conflict.

Lee, I believe that you and I may possibly have reached that point where the "conflict alarm bell" is starting to ring! this would be caused by one of the two members in question (me and you) probably stepping over the competitive line; and that person to breach this line was me!

Lee, what you did was to post a beutifull song that you had recorded (a time for love from Romeo and Juliet). I very much enjoyed your song but rather than compliment you on the nice job that you did, a thought occured to me instead. To myself, I realized that this was a very popular song and i wondered if I too could play it.

Long story short, I looked it up in my fakebook collection and found it and without even an ounce of a further thought, quickly went to play it and record it.

As you know, my "version" of this song was posted in a reply to you in a matter of 5-minutes.

Two things happened, one good and one bad.

1.) what I tried to do (and did) was show to you and others how incredibly easy it is to play from fakebooks once you know how. I wanted to show that in just a matter of a few minutes, I was able to perform this song as well via the fakebook method. Someone who can read from fakebooks can do this literally with just about ANY song, usually in just a few minutes as well.

I though that this would be the ultimate impromptu way to dispaly this ability as your version of the song was just posted, with my version being posted in just a matter of minutes later.

I had accomplished what I set out to do, (that being showing how fast that this particular method of playing can work.) Unfortunatelly, I did this at your expense.

2.) The "bad" thing was as I just mentioned, I totally displayed complete disregard for your song and all the work that went into it. In fact, I may have actually "discounted" your piece by so quickly posting another version of it on my own.

While I can understand how two competitive people could get in this situation, it still does not cancel out the fact that in this particular situation, I was just flat out "wrong"!!

Lee, please understand that my true "intent" was NOT and never has been to discount your recordings. REALLY!. My "true" intent was that of recognizing an opportunity to show how fast someone can learn and play a song via a particular method.

Unfortunatelly, I did this with complete disregard for your feelings and respect of your work; for this I am really really sorry.

Anyone who has followed this thread can most likely see what happened as clear as day. It's not really a hard call to make!, Super-Hunky got a little excited when he saw an opportunity and, well basically "F"-ed up!. This one backfired!

Lee, out of respect to you and your song,I have deleated my song entirely. As I have stated, my intentions were completelly misconstrued but that was my fault. Looking back at this from your perspective, I can certainly empathise with you that, while not intended to be, my post reply to you may have been in bad taste!

Like I said Lee, the fact that you've been mulling this over for a day now before responding even further convinces me of your love for music. when you are as passionate for something as we both are about music, emotions can understandably run a little high.

what I did (while not intended), was wrong, plain and simple. I want to thank you Lee for opening my eyes to this fact and also to remind me that it's not always about "me" !!

your concerns are well taken and will be very much considered before doing something like this again.

Just remember Lee, I'm NOT the village idiot, but he IS my best friend and we do everything together!!


P.S, your still my friend

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#1055345 - 02/26/06 01:09 PM Re: New songs in the PIANO BAR, more wanted.
Mr Super-Hunky Offline
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Hmmm;

One more thing, maybe I need to tone down the intensity a bit as well. In just this thread alone, I somehow managed to ****-off three people!

I said that sharons piano sounded like a harpsichord (I really do like the sound!)..she got mad at me.

I reffered to Tomas as maybe being a "ringer" as his playing is absolutelly incredible for only 2-months. he in fact was telling the truth.

And I showed complete disrespect for Seaside-Lee's song by a thoughtless reply.

Anyone else want to get offended by me? I'm not doing so well today.

Maybe this cave thing was'nt such a good idea

\:\(

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#1055346 - 02/26/06 01:21 PM Re: New songs in the PIANO BAR, more wanted.
Balladeer Offline
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Mr S-H

In my book, only a real man could say the things you just said .... and ...

 Quote:
Maybe this cave thing was'nt such a good idea
... I think most folks would rather have you here[/b] than in a cave \:\)

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#1055347 - 02/26/06 01:24 PM Re: New songs in the PIANO BAR, more wanted.
Bob Muir Offline
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Good posts Hunk. Be careful though, you just may be acquiring wisdom.

btw, the reason Sharon's song sounded like a harpsichord to you is because you listened to it via Microsoft's crappy software midi synthesizer. If you played it through your keyboard, then it would sound like the "Grand Piano" that it is.

To play it through your keyboard, you can either connect the keyboard to your computer via midi cables, or if your keyboard supports it (I think Rodney said it does), copy the midi to removable media and play it on the keyboard.

What you experienced is the reason I converted the midi files that were submitted to me for the recital to MP3.

As for your reaction to Tomas, I don't think apologies are in order. I'm sure he took our amazement as a compliment. When I received his recital entry, I just HAD to email him for more information because his submission just blew me away! He is obviously very, very talented.

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#1055348 - 02/26/06 01:38 PM Re: New songs in the PIANO BAR, more wanted.
s54mo827 Offline
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Mr. S-H.

I did not indeed get mad at you re harpsichord - i thought it was funny (and I was itching to use that tiki graemlin and it was a perfect opportunity.

Sharon \:\)
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#1055349 - 02/26/06 01:47 PM Re: New songs in the PIANO BAR, more wanted.
s54mo827 Offline
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double post, sorry.
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