Minuet 1st Cello Suite by Bach

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Re: Minuet 1st Cello Suite by Bach 2017/03/26 21:56:45 (permalink)
 WOW! This sounds really good! I'm no expert, so take my thoughts as a grain of salt as they say. But I must say, I really enjoyed hearing this and where you said "Reverb is my friend" or something like that, you added the perfect amount from what I heard on my speakers. A lot of people don't think about classical music like I do, honestly speaking I have a classical guitar and have piddled with it and know a couple of tunes, but recently I have been exploring finger picking styles, mostly blues/rockabilly and such, nothing that would impress anyone. Anyway, what I was getting at is a lot of people don't realize when you play a song by yourself there's much more work involved that you have to account for when playing. At least that's what I have been learning. For me I've been wanting to sit down and play a guitar and not have to have the need for anyone else to put on a show just by playing the guitar, and that involves a lot because you have to account for rhythms/bass/lead/solo's and so forth. So far on my own way of learning I'm kinda getting there I guess you might say.
 
Sounds great to me! Excellent skills and much better than mine! I hope you post more of this type of music in the future! 

Thanks for sharing! I enjoyed hearing this very much!
 
 
 

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Re: Minuet 1st Cello Suite by Bach 2017/03/27 04:40:54 (permalink)
Here's a vote for Landr.  It did amazing things to this simple recording.  Notice how the bass line is more relevant now.
 
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Re: Minuet 1st Cello Suite by Bach 2017/03/27 15:31:56 (permalink)
Interesting David, sounded nicely played.  (Not listened to the Landr version)

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Re: Minuet 1st Cello Suite by Bach 2017/03/27 15:59:16 (permalink)
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 WOW! This sounds really good! I'm no expert, so take my thoughts as a grain of salt as they say. But I must say, I really enjoyed hearing this and where you said "Reverb is my friend" or something like that, you added the perfect amount from what I heard on my speakers. A lot of people don't think about classical music like I do, honestly speaking I have a classical guitar and have piddled with it and know a couple of tunes, but recently I have been exploring finger picking styles, mostly blues/rockabilly and such, nothing that would impress anyone. Anyway, what I was getting at is a lot of people don't realize when you play a song by yourself there's much more work involved that you have to account for when playing. At least that's what I have been learning. For me I've been wanting to sit down and play a guitar and not have to have the need for anyone else to put on a show just by playing the guitar, and that involves a lot because you have to account for rhythms/bass/lead/solo's and so forth. So far on my own way of learning I'm kinda getting there I guess you might say.
 
Sounds great to me! Excellent skills and much better than mine! I hope you post more of this type of music in the future! 

Thanks for sharing! I enjoyed hearing this very much!
 
 
 




 
thanks for listening.  Classical guitar has some great repertoire.

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Re: Minuet 1st Cello Suite by Bach 2017/03/28 01:19:54 (permalink)
David - you did good my friend - your playing is fantastic on this and the song itself is so creatively written. I think I'm jelous. Nice.

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Re: Minuet 1st Cello Suite by Bach 2017/03/28 17:00:30 (permalink)
Markus, nothing to be jealous of:  some are better some are worse.  I don't have bragging rights like Kenny does.  Thanks for listening!

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