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Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2018 [Re: PooKay] #2701707
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Hi,
1. I record the video part with mi iPhone and upload it to iCloud
2. Simultaneously I record the MIDI with the YAMAHA n2. Many pianos record MIDI to USB drives.
3. I can correct slips editing the MIDI with a sequencer. I use logic for mac.
4. Then I make the piano play the MIDI recorded through output (RCA cable) with an iRig device into the iPhone with the garageband app and then I upload the audio part (m4a) to iCloud as well.
5. Then I import the iCloud movie part and the audio part (m4a) into iMovie and adjust both.
6. Finally I upload the iMovie in MP4 format to iCloud and get a share link that I post here.

Sometimes if the piece doesn't deserve I just upload the recording that I get in step number 1 and upload it to iCloud. This way there are additional noises and the sound isn't that "clean". Also, I can't "cheat" a little bit this way.

hope this helps.


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Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2018 [Re: scorpio] #2701714
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@scorpio @anita @colorsofsound1 @apassionata .. thank you all so much!
I have a SoundCloud account. So, i think that works best. I'll link my first piece for the year shortly! smile

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Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2018 [Re: scorpio] #2701724
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Count me in.... I was too busy with big pieces last year!
Going to enjoy joining in the fun.

Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2018 [Re: scorpio] #2701743
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Anita, thanks for the recording advice. I've never tried recording anything with my phone, but I will play around with it and see what it does. I have a digital piano, but no laptop. The piano is downstairs, and my PC is upstairs, so I can't plug my piano into it - not to mention that I wouldn't know how to go about this anyway. LOL. Even using the recording function on my piano for my own playback is complicated enough that I have to read the instructions each time and fumble around with it, and do several tries, which then makes me too distracted to play well, so I just gave up. Anyway, I will experiment with the phone.


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Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2018 [Re: apassionata] #2701744
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Originally Posted by apassionata
Hi,
1. I record the video part with mi iPhone and upload it to iCloud
2. Simultaneously I record the MIDI with the YAMAHA n2. Many pianos record MIDI to USB drives.
3. I can correct slips editing the MIDI with a sequencer. I use logic for mac.
4. Then I make the piano play the MIDI recorded through output (RCA cable) with an iRig device into the iPhone with the garageband app and then I upload the audio part (m4a) to iCloud as well.
5. Then I import the iCloud movie part and the audio part (m4a) into iMovie and adjust both.
6. Finally I upload the iMovie in MP4 format to iCloud and get a share link that I post here.

Sometimes if the piece doesn't deserve I just upload the recording that I get in step number 1 and upload it to iCloud. This way there are additional noises and the sound isn't that "clean". Also, I can't "cheat" a little bit this way.

hope this helps.



Thanks, apassionata. That's way beyond my understanding of technology. Maybe I can get one of my grandchildren to explain all of that to me. I'm lucky that I can make a phone call or text with my phone. LOL!


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Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2018 [Re: scorpio] #2701766
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Count me in! I really need to practice sight-reading with a metronome.

Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2018 [Re: apassionata] #2701769
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Originally Posted by apassionata

3. I can correct slips editing the MIDI with a sequencer. I use logic for mac.


Isn't that cheating - maybe I can find one for windows laugh


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Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2018 [Re: scorpio] #2701823
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Heyo, complete beginner here. I'm going to give this a shot.


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Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2018 [Re: scorpio] #2701836
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How much should I master a piece before I move on? There are just a couple rough patches in a song I've been working on, but I've got all the notes down so I'm not sure when to count it.


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Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2018 [Re: gallantly] #2701842
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Originally Posted by gallantly
How much should I master a piece before I move on? There are just a couple rough patches in a song I've been working on, but I've got all the notes down so I'm not sure when to count it.


It's up to you really. The idea isn't about making the piece perfect, but that you worked through something new. Some pieces I try to do a recording, which means it needs to be pretty good. Other pieces I don't.


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Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2018 [Re: scorpio] #2701849
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Hey, Gallantly. Welcome to the forum and to the 40 Pieces Club.

Just decide for yourself, what level of completion you are looking for. We all have our own standards, and each such "own standard" is ok.

I'll share my ideas and you are free to use as much or as little of it as you care to. The most general guideline is that I prepare the piece until I have gotten out of it what I needed or wanted to get out of it. I play a lot of pieces from the RCM Piano Odyssey series, which includes representative selections from the Baroque era through the modern era. It presents me a lot of music I enjoy, as well as a lot of music I detest (stuff from the modern, anti-beauty, anti-musical era).

For the pieces I like, I tend to prepare them to the best of my ability. I like the music, and, if I don't prepare them well, they don't sound like the music they were intended to be.

For the garbage pieces, that I do not enjoy playing, hearing, or inflicting on others, I tend to identify what skill or technique the piece is intended to teach me. When I feel like I have learned that lesson, I am ready to move on, and call it complete.

This minimizes the amount of time I spend suffering through the rubbish, and maximizes the time I get to spend enjoying my play, while also assuring that I get the maximum benefit from each piece and from this 40 piece challenge.

Whatever you decide, be comfortable that it is ok, and, enjoy your progress. Again, welcome aboard. smile


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Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2018 [Re: scorpio] #2701866
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Count me in! I took part a few years ago and really need to get back into a routine.


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Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2018 [Re: scorpio] #2701889
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@colorofsound1 Nice job on the Bach invention. I have yet to try any of those...Bach scares me LOL

Love seeing all the new people and returning people as well. Looking forward to hearing/watching recordings from everyone.


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Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2018 [Re: scorpio] #2701953
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Hi I'm Daniel and I'm here from PianoTV, sign me in


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Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2018 [Re: scorpio] #2701959
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Gallantly: As others have said above, the level of quality is totally up to you. I'm with Ralphiano in that the pieces that I like, I play a little longer until I make them sound "musical". Many of those I can record in one take because I don't mind playing them for another week.

If I don't enjoy them, then I get them to the point where I feel I can squeeze a recording out of them as I'm sooo anxious to move on. I reckon that if a piece consists of segments, such as AABA, and I can play EACH of those segments musically more than once, then I'm not going to torture myself for an hour trying to record AABA in one take. So what if I have to do a patch in the middle. (It helps if you have some audio editing application.)

Of course, you don't have to record at all. But I found that until I tried to record them, I wasn't polishing them to a "musical" level. But you will find your own way as you do the challenge.

By the way, I don't work on one piece, record it, then find another piece. I have 3 to 5 pieces I'm working on at one time. I don't work on all of them each day; depends on my mood. Some I'll set aside and never get back to because I just lose interest. Mid-way through the year, I found it best to see where I was at around the 20th of each month, then spend the next week polishing the 3 or 4 I want to record next. Then I would record one each day and upload them to Soundcloud. Then I can "reset" my practice and focus on another batch of 3 to 5 etc. That worked for me, as I avoided the problem of getting one almost ready and then forgetting about it, and having to relearn it.

I have a nice Numbers spreadsheet so I know which ones are "in progress" (there may be 10 or so that I've played around with to varying degrees) and then each month I pick a few to focus on. (If anyone has a Mac with Numbers, I'm happy to share it.)

I also notice another thread where someone said they only wanted to do 10 or 12 pieces. It's worth pointing out that if you don't ONLY want to do easy pieces, you can pick a piece that takes you a few months. I learned the "Moonlight Sonata" over six months, for example, all while I did the easier pieces. And I had some harder pieces that I played for two months before I could record them. So feel free to mix it up.

At the end of 2017, I added 9 of my favorites to a "repertoire" list that I hope to maintain this year. That will be a new thing for me!


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Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2018 [Re: scorpio] #2701967
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Here's my first recording of the year smile



I'm committed to recording the complete 2-part Bach Inventions this year though I already recorded 1, and 2 last year.

Honestly, I've been learning this piece on and off last year but only just got it to performance standard.

I'm still not completely satisfied with my trills but I hope you can enjoy it nontheless smile

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Originally Posted by Anita Potter


Anita Potter, that was lovely. I like the melody of this piece (haven't heard it before) and I think your playing is clean and nice to listen to

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Hi!
I'm new here and I'd like to join this challenge especially to improve my sight-reading and to learn to let go of the thought that every piece must be played perfectly.
So let's do it😊💕

P.S.: I came here because of PianoTV, she suggested this page in her newest video😊

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Originally Posted by Piano Celine
Hi!
I'm new here and I'd like to join this challenge especially to improve my sight-reading and to learn to let go of the thought that every piece must be played perfectly.
So let's do it😊💕

P.S.: I came here because of PianoTV, she suggested this page in her newest video😊


Welcome Piano Celine! I was introduced to this forum through PianoTV as well. Looking forward to listening to everyone's music here

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Originally Posted by Piano Celine
I came here because of PianoTV, she suggested this page in her newest video😊


Welcome to all the new joiners, I'm delighted you found us. This is a great, supportive community and I look forward to getting to know you!
What a cool shout out from PianoTV!

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Me too!💕

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I'm in!

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@Melchiorblade7 That was nice lots of 16th notes that would probably make my fingers fall off great job smile Your trills sound good. Me I can't seem to keep them going for more than a couple of shakes which is something I need to work on myself. Thank you for the comment on the 19th Melody it felt like it took forever to get it to that point (don't ask how many recording takes it took I lost track after 10 :p) I might actually keep that one.

I'm working my way though that book and it's not surprising you've not heard it before because the only Le Couppey that people work on in that book is one of the melodies in C that's in abundance on YouTube. I've got 5 more pieces in that book and will be finished with it (technically there are 12 more after that some sort of supplemental pieces that came out way back when it was originally published I may try those I may not I don't know yet.)


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Hi, please add my name to the 40 Piece Challenge. I appreciate the links to the blog posts. I hope to improve my sight reading skills.

Thanks so much for managing this event.


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I uploaded piece number 1 of my 40 pieces a year https://soundcloud.com/user-147891862/exercise-1-oscar-peterson

I should mention that I am just beginner standard.

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I'm new to the forum and pretty new to piano, count me in !

Thanks to Allysia @pianotv.net for suggesting this challenge on her youtube channel

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Hi Paul109,

Welcome to Piano World! Nice to come across someone here who is familiar with YouTube Channel PianoTV.


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I would love to do something like this. First time so let's see how it goes!

Thanks, Cam.
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Originally Posted by Steven Carr
I uploaded piece number 1 of my 40 pieces a year https://soundcloud.com/user-147891862/exercise-1-oscar-peterson

I should mention that I am just beginner standard.


Nice to see someone else going through the same pieces I'm working on right now. My plan for getting started on my 40 pieces so far is the Oscar Peterson Exercises and Minuets and Christopher Norton's Microjazz Collection. smile


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Originally Posted by TrevorM

Nice to see someone else going through the same pieces I'm working on right now. My plan for getting started on my 40 pieces so far is the Oscar Peterson Exercises and Minuets and Christopher Norton's Microjazz Collection. smile


If Oscar Peterson puts out a book aimed at people of my standard, I've got to have it. Hope you enjoy them.

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