nice. I hear a lot of debussy influence.
im horrible at reviewing piano pieces
Good but needs more bass. And use fast attack and release please. I don't feel the piano pumping enough
Great performance, beautiful piece, and nice sound! Without altering the raw performance too much, the one thing I like to do with solo piano midi performances is take the lower notes and pan them left by ~10 points, and pan the upper notes right by a similar amount to help create more clarity and width. This raw export does sound quite natural, though. If it were me playing I would have to spend a few hours making midi adjustments ;)
Thanks Jeff! The panning idea is great -- something I didn't even think about. Can I futz with panning and still call it a raw MIDI performance? Guess I'm the one making the rules, so I might play around with that.
Yeah, this read came out quite well. I found the PDF on my computer last night, and decided to play through it. I figured I'd play it with one of my sampled pianos (instead of the built-in sound of my Privia), and this is it. It's a pretty easy read -- otherwise I would have had to give it multiple takes.
Thanks for the input Jeff! :D
I feel as if the piano patch you used wasn't the best to use for the song. That's really all I got criticism-wise. This is full of life and beauty. ^^
Yep, I could have used something like Piano in Blue for a softer sound, which might fit the mood a little better. Sadly, of the pianos I have, the Steinway in QL Pianos is really the only piano that can be "played" in real time. Maybe I'll go play with my different pianos to see if I can find something that suits it a little better. I just don't want to touch the MIDI data -- I really love the idea of an un-doctored MIDI performance. Thanks for the feedback! :)
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