The piano was tuned last week and I have been practising a lot since with some good results, though none is quite as satisfactory as I should wish, either because I always found out this note or that could be better or because the recorder played a trick, such as inserting a crescendo after the note was struck (it did it twice and made in the same place in two takes and made it sound like a bad edit!) and today I find there is a string or another which seems to be out of tune when the pedal is depressed (vibrating by sympathy, that is) with a most horrible resonance. I still have the same seedy MP3 recorder, of course, so the hiss will still be there. I have been looking for a better one, but have only come across Zoom recorders. Does anyone have any experience of them? They were not very informative at the shop and I do not feel like buying another pig in a poke. I did, however, manage to re-record the Rebikov I have on the site.I play it slower than I did before but gone is (in the words of the tuner) the Donald Duck sound that was so characteristic of the Geyer.