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Etude No. 1 in Gm (WIP)

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This is still a work in progress, I am just posting it because i need some feedback before i complete it.

This is all being played live by me so ignore the white noise, and the mistakes, this was my first time playing this piece all the way through, and though it doesn't sound like it, it is very challenging, and required a lot of patience to properly it all the way through.

The piano you are hearing is a Bösendorfer-290 (from East West pianos gold using my digital piano as an input!)

Also if anyone can tell me a better method to record using just the standalone VST (just the software no external programs like FL, Ableton etc. using ASIO4ALL without any white noise also being recorded that would be cool :D

Also please comment your thoughts, feedback is welcomed.


It's incredible! You composed this? :) I really wish I could play so good <3
I'm not familiar to the programs, sorry I can't help you :(
Speaking about the music itself, I love the harmonies, and the rubato gives this emotional feeling.. Maybe you could add a part where the rythm and the tempo are more regular? :)
Anyway, if you have some time, you can listen to my audio if you want.
Congratulations for this, and I can't wait to hear the final piece! :D

MetroPiano responds:

Thanks a lot! And yes I did compose it :P :). I really don't play that good :T I'm still young so there is still a lot to improve upon (technique wise). Also the reason the tempo and rhythm is off is because my hands were tired since I had spent a few hours before hand (6-7 hours) practicing and changing some parts in various ways (which I have to stop doing). I removed the current ending and change the beginning a bit, just the condenza with the runs that go down back to the tonic, I change it so instead of 1 note its the same note but in 4 octaves and then doing the run to the tonic. I'll probably be adding a part that speeds up quite furiously then down to a more steady rhythm.

Thanks for the Review!

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Credits & Info


4.10 / 5.00

Apr 26, 2014
2:15 AM EDT
File Info
2.4 MB
2 min 35 sec

Licensing Terms

Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.