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LisztAddict - Beethoven Sonata No. 17 in d minor ("Tempest"), 3rd mov. 31/2: Message Board

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I finally decided to skip the repeat.

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LisztAddict 2010-12-25 22:39:27 wouter79 - I used the same Zoom H4 as in all my previous recordings, the same recorder location as for recordings of the last 6 months or so. The only change I made is changing the recording format to WAV 44 KHz instead of MP3 320kbps. I think WAV format captures a little more sound characteristics than MP3 does.

One problem I had with recording in WAV format was that recording file crashed many times. I probably need to get a faster SD card.
wouter79 2010-12-22 14:41:40 Great playing and phrasing!

recording: nice, no noise, balanced, no clipping. But very booming bass and sounds hollow?

piano sounds good
Carey 2010-12-19 00:13:01 Another excellent interpretation by LisztAddict !!! Enjoyed it from start to finish !!
liszt85 2010-12-18 18:14:13 Very well played! I just started learning this movement today. I hope to play (close to) as good as you :) someday but I know it will be a lot of work. Loved it! Very nice piano sound and recording quality too. I'm yet to master the art of recording :P
Cinnamonbear 2010-12-18 05:17:41 Ha, LisztAddict! I would recognize that fine attention to tempo, detail, phrase shaping and voicing anywhere! That was YOU playing! Ha-ha!!! Another fine LisztAddict performance! And your piano has a very energetic tone as well! : )
Minaku 2010-12-17 10:18:13 LisztAddict, I'm glad you skipped the repeat! :P I like it better without the repeat honestly. Not sure what Beethoven's original intent was but when I played this I thought it was to confuse the performer. I liked your tempo a lot. It aided in bringing out the overall unsettled, restless mood of this movement. Nicely done!
Strings & Wood 2010-12-16 21:05:57 Bravo! I was smiling from start to finish. A masterpiece- applause!