Currently recording classical hits with a Clp 430

Posted by: SJFAN

Currently recording classical hits with a Clp 430 - 02/28/13 04:37 PM

Hi

i'm Currently recording classical hits ( or extracts )
with a Clp 430 - Tell me if you like it or not .......



Liebestraum n°3 ( Liszt ) .
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=87JNf2_WgP4


Consolation #3 ( Liszt )
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rv9uHQEjUXI

opus 9 #1 Chopin
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C1C_Ez1xfJU

nocturne 20 Chopin
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YzGJGoysz4c

opus 28 #4
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zerxWWuqbOc

Traumereii ( Schumann )
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7tFl8qT1ajU

opus 9 #2
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GrIJt99p0rw

Clair de lune ( Debussy )
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EaQ2xaXIxFg
Posted by: Marco M

Re: Currently recording classical hits with a Clp 430 - 03/01/13 07:32 AM

I am by far not playing the piano as good as you and therefore can´t comment too much. But well, you asked for comments, and as comments help us to improve, here is mine: that´s really a nice collection of pieces, which you have ready! Somehow my ears still felt, how should I say, irritated by some subtle stumbling and instable timing. Did you practice with a metronome before playing your interpretations? I guess that practicing with a metronome before going into the interpretation could polish this issues.
Posted by: SJFAN

Re: Currently recording classical hits with a Clp 430 - 03/01/13 05:11 PM

Thank you marco for giving your opinion ; tell me what music do you think
in particular ?
Posted by: Marco M

Re: Currently recording classical hits with a Clp 430 - 03/02/13 07:48 AM

Sorry for not have answered earlier, so much things to do....
I was not speaking about one particular piece, but was listening to all of them. Something let me feel nervous a little bit, listening to your music, and I started to wonder what it was. I finally excluded sound issues, because that´s just a question of personal taste and equipment (and money) available. I actually first thought that it might be the release of the sustain pedal, that your DP upon releasing it cuts the sound so sharp that it produces a sound gap, as if your flow of playing would become interrupted. This still might be a present impact to hear in the recordings. But it to me then also appears, as if your timing would alter throughout a song, and that subtle interruptions might be introduced by your moves. I am wondering, if the release of the pedal with your foot might delay your playing in a subtle way, like a tiny multitasking issue? If I would have observed this correctly, then playing with a metronome should make you feel uncomfortable, and therefore I suggest to try it in order to find where the gaps result from.
But please, don´t rely only on my comment. I am still a beginner and maybe some more experienced members around or even some teachers around might tell you the complete contrary!
Posted by: SJFAN

Re: Currently recording classical hits with a Clp 430 - 03/02/13 04:17 PM

the fact is that i dont have a real piano sound on the final file ...... but i guess what you're talkin of and i'll take care more of the pedal and put a little more echo/reverb ..... thanx marco !
Posted by: SJFAN

Re: Currently recording classical hits with a Clp 430 - 03/02/13 04:41 PM

to people who enjoy my work
if you enjoy my work, please click on the 'i like' button under the video
thanx - i need that to go on !
Posted by: SJFAN

Re: Currently recording classical hits with a Clp 430 - 03/11/13 04:53 PM

my page ( for those interested )

https://www.youtube.com/romantissime