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PostPosted: Sat Oct 21, 2006 9:36 am 
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Christ, what a mess.... The speed is impressive, but it sounds like you have at most 50% of the notes right. Why not practice at half speed and try to get 95% right ? And how do you get so much hiss in the recording I wonder ?

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the site doesn't work :shock:

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the site doesn't work :shock:

It does now, but earlier this morning I could not get to it either. Seems to be a bit unreliable.

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@ i m robot.

I think you did a good job but you need to keep up the hard wurk! Your almost there.

@techneut.

I think you are to hard with your comments. Not everyone is that good a you are. Maybe you need to try to comment to recordings of others so that they going to study harder.

If you comment so I think that people don't post any recordings because they know that they will be commented on a negative way.

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I think you are to hard with your comments. Not everyone is that good a you are. Maybe you need to try to comment to recordings of others so that they going to study harder.

Yes I know it was quite hard. And it's not as if I can do this one any better myself...
But this is simply too sloppy, many bars are barely approximating the truth. There is no way to be nice about that, and any teacher would say the same. I'm sure this will not robot from practicing it more ...

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I think you are to hard with your comments. Not everyone is that good a you are. Maybe you need to try to comment to recordings of others so that they going to study harder.

Yes I know it was quite hard. And it's not as if I can do this one any better myself...
But this is simply too sloppy, many bars are barely approximating the truth. There is no way to be nice about that, and any teacher or critic would say the same. I'm sure this will not stop robot from practicing it more.

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I think you are to hard with your comments. Not everyone is that good a you are. Maybe you need to try to comment to recordings of others so that they going to study harder.

Yes I know it was quite hard. And it's not as if I can do this one any better myself...
But this is simply too sloppy, many bars are barely approximating the truth. There is no way to be nice about that, and any teacher would say the same. I'm sure this will not robot from practicing it more ...


Trust self, twas 99 percent correct notes :wink:

bad recorder :oops:

Was not a real rec but more of a test

average about 20 mins practice a day for last 6 months

tis only maintainence for now :(

better will come :D


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Trust self, twas 99 percent correct notes :wink:
Hehe , you wish...
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bad recorder :oops:
Yes, definitely. The amount of hiss is unacceptable.
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I'm sure it will. But try practice slower with more note accuracy (like, 99.9 % :P )

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This one's all yours, JM!

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Trust self, twas 99 percent correct notes :wink:
Hehe , you wish...
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bad recorder :oops:
Yes, definitely. The amount of hiss is unacceptable.
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better will come :D
I'm sure it will. But try practice slower with more note accuracy (like, 99.9 % :P )


Alright

If ever self should be able to practice again

Anyone have any suggestions on how to get the downward arps around mm 42 smooth


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Ehh :??


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Hey! i m robot from the good old times at chopinfiles! Hope you are doing well. :D

There are too many keys wrong but it is about up to tempo (1:50 is the perfect version of it with 1/4=176). I am not only sure that you play the keys wrong, I sometimes have a feeling that you do not remember the score properly (assuming you are playing it by heart as one can hardly play this piece from score). What I like about it is the musical interpretation. Been listening to Perhia's version?

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Hey! i m robot from the good old times at chopinfiles! Hope you are doing well. :D

There are too many keys wrong but it is about up to tempo (1:50 is the perfect version of it with 1/4=176). I am not only sure that you play the keys wrong, I sometimes have a feeling that you do not remember the score properly (assuming you are playing it by heart as one can hardly play this piece from score). What I like about it is the musical interpretation. Been listening to Perhia's version?


The p-sai kick 8)

haven't look at the score in almost a year


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average about 20 mins practice a day for last 6 months


you practice the piece 20 minutes of just playing 20 minutes daily?

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Try spending an hour, every other day of really concentrated practice. Use the score, please! (and the metronome)

The reference to JM: Johnmar78 has posted numerous recordings of the 10/1 and I have replied at length. Look in the audition room, listen to JM's recordings and read our comments.

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