I'm the one who posted that comment, and I stand by it. And yes I know quite well how hard it is to record, having made a CD (with quite a number of edits) and also about 2 dozen unedited/live YT videos. I'd have preferred to release a direct-to-disc CD, no edits, but that didn't happen and it got to the point that I had to accept that edited versions of the pieces were a necessity. Four of my five solo tracks on that disc were not edited, I either got it right or I did not. Again, I accepted that editing was necessary for one of the movements so that the entire suite could be recorded and released, rather than just the "four easier" movements.Salvador wrote: i understand how hard it is to record with camera. There's a member here who said it's dishonorable for fingerstyle guitarist that pre-record their audio. He clearly doesn't understand how hard it is to record.
It's easy to criticize you know. That's the reason what i don't like about the community.
My advice is try do it yourself. Record at home, preferably difficult piece. Don't play an easy piece. It should be difficult. Allegro Solemne for example, record it live with camera in front of you. You will be surprised how many takes it would take before you can get it right.
As for my videos, two comments: first, each one has multiple flaws in it. There's not a 100% clean take on any of them. I consider this shameful for a man who has played CG for as long as I have. Second, because of this inability to deliver a flawless live recording, I have not posted a video in quite a while. Nor have I done a ticketed admission recital, either, for the same reason. No intents to change either of those.
Lastly, I used to play La Catedral many years ago (funny how in the whole CG repertoire, there's only one piece bearing the title "Allegro Solemne"). It's far beyond my abilities now. So zero chance of me accepting your challenge.