It isn't startlingly obvious.
Congratulations on completing 7 lessons. Looking good for the exam, best of luck.
Ken, thank you for sharing. I really enjoy listening to your extra submissions and I definitely learn from watching your playing technique. Thank you again.
Colin, I have posted my submissions for lesson 4 in that thread if you would be kind enough to verify them. Thank you.Colin Bullock wrote: ↑Wed Mar 06, 2019 5:19 pmLesson 7 is the first opportunity to post sufficient pieces to qualify for entering the exam.
At the end of the first post of each lesson you will see aa list of students and their posts which are registered as qualifying pieces.
Can you check your posts for each lesson and see if there are any I have missed.
Thank you much for compliment, Judy.Judy Verbeeten wrote: ↑Thu Mar 14, 2019 12:28 pmKen, thank you for sharing. I really enjoy listening to your extra submissions and I definitely learn from watching your playing technique. Thank you again.
Your committed student, Judy.
, Linda.Linda Kimbrel wrote: ↑Thu Mar 14, 2019 4:38 pmI hope the rain in the background is soothing rather than distracting. I didn’t notice it had started raining as I recorded this piece. I am at long last using an external mic for my iPhone, and I sincerely hope the sound quality is improved - getting this Rode Mike ME-L took some doing! The first mic I ordered was not compatible with my iPhone XS, so I sent it back and ordered a different model. The second one was misdelivered to a distant neighbor’s house and only reached me after I had reported the package missing. The company had already issued me a refund, which I used to reorder a third mic. This third mic will have to be returned when it comes and the refund uncredited or whatever. Took quite a few emails to sort it all out.
After I got the misdelivered mic, I still couldn’t get it to work until I took an Exacto knife and modified the protective case for my iPhone so the mic would fit into the lightning port. This case is extremely durable, by the way, and resisted my modification efforts admirably. I have no doubt now my phone is quite adequately protected from anything up to and including a nuclear blast. At any rate, I still have all my fingers and the mic now nestles into the phone’s lightning port without having to remove the case and risk damage to the device.
Ken, Thank you for the mic advice. I don’t know how to adjust the tone or volume, so far I’ve just stuck the mic in the lightning port and recorded straight from the phone’s camera. I will watch the video and hopefully learn.Ken Kim wrote: ↑Thu Mar 14, 2019 9:38 pm
Eccosaise sounds great.
Sound is much better with new mic.
If you put Rode VideoMicMe-L close to your guitar about 3', recording sound will be much better.
You and I have a same microphone and I put mine 3~4' away from bridge of guitar.
Your volume of recording is really different than mine.
You might consider this video helpful.