Thanks for your in-depth ears, buddy! Yes it's a bit too blurry, I think.
Hey, very nice mix in your latest upload though.
Been occupied with insane amount of vocal post-editing, so apart from job eating up my spare time, those are the two main things that kept me from making more instrumentals for quite a while.
At least I've got some newer VST libraries & plugs to try out now, for instrumental works at SC, and here. Been wanting a decent video editor for video motivation boost...
Thanks a lot! I haven't been logged on here lately, sry for late reply.
And thanks for letting me know how you found this vid. It's the first mention that it has been showing up for anybody in the side bar to the right...
I could tell from your own nice piano improvisation that you use classical techniques too, and the I enjoy it
- with emotions and flowing versatility, as opposed to just fast exercise impressiveness.
I see we got some similar tastes in piano improvisation styles.
(although I prefer Symphony X, lol)
Lots of quality ideas evolving here, lots of variation and i recognize som difficult techniques used with precision later on. Nice to see the fingers working too.
And thank you so much for the kind words on my own Romantic Piano Live performance piece.
Speechless, that's some serious pro musician's performance, but also the stage presence, and tasteful stage settings with the lights and all.
You guys are on fire here, and I can tell you really enjoy this!
Very good performance from everybody. I really dig your sound, attention to performance quality, and the songwriting.
Too bad about the temporary Acoustic feedback after 3'35, but it went away pretty soon
Nice piece of hardware! Traditional choirs is tough to get it sound natural, if using phrases with words. Unless using cutting edge libraries, it usually takes quite a bit of tweaking, but I think it feels very rewarding when it's done
Nice! Very good skills and the personal stuff in there as well. When it's done like with this level and feeling, it's always is more interesting to me, compared to original version accuracy.
Cheers from Sweden!