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Hello Robert, I just listened to your recording over the speakers of my computer. My wife was in the room and asked me: "What are you listening? That sounds lovely!" So, double compliments from me and my wife!
Reedition Domingo Esteso by Conde Hermanos 2004; Kenny Hill, model Barcelona 2001
"While you try to master classical guitar, prepare for a slave's life: the guitar will forever be your master and you its slave".
Congratulations on creating such a lovely piece of music.
It always amazes me as to how much beauty can come from the heart and be expressed so exquisitely with fingers on a guitar.
Thank you for giving us the opportunity to hear a part of that beauty.
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Music touches the heart, but playing classical guitar can lift your heart and enrich your life.
Nice piece, and nicely played! I see from a previous comment that you recorded this on a Tascam? Did you use external mics? If you didn't, where did you place the Tascam relative to the guitar? I have a Tascam and the recordings come out sounding trebly and twangy. I thought I had been producing a better tone than that: perhaps I've been kidding myself...
Thanks! Yes, this one was recorded while traveling, so I just took the Tascam DR-40 along with me and used it in a quite casual way. What I do is basically this: put the mics in the wide position and the tascam on a tiny camera stand away from the table, higher then the sound hole and pointing slightly downwards so that the diaphragms aren't parallel to the top. The distance is less than a full arm length so that I can start and stop the recorder without much movement. That's basically it...
I think the nice tone is mainly due to a fantastic guitar, as my tone production isn't that great
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