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Post by Thomandy on Tue Jul 01, 2008 10:56 pm

Casyopea wrote:Go check your mail Wink

The last one for today is a small song from The Legend of Zelda:



I've never played, by I listened by chance to a performance on YouTube and I loved it instantly!

And here's a link to the sheet music:

http://www.herbalcell.com/sheets/zelda-ocarina-of-time-zeldas-lullaby.pdf

Aaaaw, I love Zelda Very Happy Im going to learn that one aswell, but not yet I think. Im actually recoring a zeldatune from Wind Waker later this week Smile Its also a nice, more unknown piece. Cind of sad in a way, but also hopefull I think Smile
You are awsome Casy! Truly Smile
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Post by harmony on Thu Jul 03, 2008 2:57 am

wow i loved it! i want to hear more of it! u should write lyrics too =]
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Post by Casyopea on Thu Jul 03, 2008 7:09 am

Thanks harmony, thanks thomandy Very Happy

I had a lot of fun making the videos, it's a great way to perfect the work done so far. Now with the new little camera the sound is better and I don't disturb my family (and don't get disturbed!)

What program do you use to write the title and credits?
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Post by Thomandy on Thu Jul 03, 2008 7:16 am

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What program do you use to write the title and credits?

I have been using Moviemaker, but that is a soundquality-ruiner. So for the last 3 vids I have used a trailversion (30days)
called: Roxio VideoWave Movie Creator. I use pictures I make in Paint as title and credit. Moviemaker got titleandcredit-creator. =)
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Post by Casyopea on Thu Jul 03, 2008 7:18 am

Thanks! Smile I'll google that.
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Post by harmony on Fri Jul 04, 2008 2:33 am

Thomandy wrote:
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What program do you use to write the title and credits?

I have been using Moviemaker, but that is a soundquality-ruiner. So for the last 3 vids I have used a trailversion (30days)
called: Roxio VideoWave Movie Creator. I use pictures I make in Paint as title and credit. Moviemaker got titleandcredit-creator. =)

Actually WindowsMoiveMaker doesn't mees up the sound if you know how to save it or publish it properly, but you could also use Sony Vegas Pro 8.0 its really great and in youtube it shows u how to get a free program
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Post by Thomandy on Fri Jul 04, 2008 5:19 am

harmony wrote:
Thomandy wrote:
Casyopea wrote:
What program do you use to write the title and credits?

I have been using Moviemaker, but that is a soundquality-ruiner. So for the last 3 vids I have used a trailversion (30days)
called: Roxio VideoWave Movie Creator. I use pictures I make in Paint as title and credit. Moviemaker got titleandcredit-creator. =)

Actually WindowsMoiveMaker doesn't mees up the sound if you know how to save it or publish it properly, but you could also use Sony Vegas Pro 8.0 its really great and in youtube it shows u how to get a free program

Well, it messes up Before I save it or publish it. The sound gets noisy when I put the mp3 into the timebar. (you will notice it in my Victors Piano Solo that is Scurrs) And that dosnt happen in my RoxioTrailVersion. But this fre SonyVegaPro, where on youtube do they show how to get the prog for free. Im looking for a good program aswell Smile
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Post by harmony on Fri Jul 04, 2008 10:29 pm

Thomandy wrote:
harmony wrote:
Thomandy wrote:
Casyopea wrote:
What program do you use to write the title and credits?

I have been using Moviemaker, but that is a soundquality-ruiner. So for the last 3 vids I have used a trailversion (30days)
called: Roxio VideoWave Movie Creator. I use pictures I make in Paint as title and credit. Moviemaker got titleandcredit-creator. =)

Actually WindowsMoiveMaker doesn't mees up the sound if you know how to save it or publish it properly, but you could also use Sony Vegas Pro 8.0 its really great and in youtube it shows u how to get a free program

Well, it messes up Before I save it or publish it. The sound gets noisy when I put the mp3 into the timebar. (you will notice it in my Victors Piano Solo that is Scurrs) And that dosnt happen in my RoxioTrailVersion. But this fre SonyVegaPro, where on youtube do they show how to get the prog for free. Im looking for a good program aswell Smile


Well u can try this link:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s9d6umjEfSM

and if that one doesnt really work, u'll find other ones that do, i use my sonyvegas for music vids =]
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Post by Admin Andrew on Sat Jul 05, 2008 4:50 pm

I loved your Zelda lullaby!!

As for editing software, I recommend cyberlink power director version 6 although they JUST came out with version 7.

I was on the hunt for good editing software for awhile, and this software kept getting the highest reviews. I love it ^_^

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Post by The Royal Nobody on Mon Jul 07, 2008 8:11 pm

I really like that Zelda lullaby. When I was little I always played that game whenever I had some spare time. Thanks alot for the sheet music. I am going to learn this a.s.a.p. I'll post a video of it off course! Very Happy
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Post by CripKilla on Tue Jul 08, 2008 10:56 pm

Really nice Casy Very Happy
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Post by Casyopea on Fri Jul 11, 2008 10:03 am

Thank you for your nice and kind comments Very Happy It's motivating for me, as I don't get to have a real audience so it's the only way to get exposed to a kind of "live" performance and of course challenge the Red Dot Like a Star @ heaven
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Post by Casyopea on Fri Jul 11, 2008 4:52 pm

This is my last practice piece, Aram Khachaturian's Andantino:

http://es.youtube.com/watch?v=LIHalK5m-Jc

Like a Star @ heaven thanks for watching Like a Star @ heaven please give tips to relax hands, I'm so tense! bounce

(again the embedded player didn't work for me) cat
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Post by Thomandy on Sat Jul 19, 2008 9:31 am

Tens? I try ti just let my hand hit the keys, and not flex my muscels to push them.. But Im no expert here Smile
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Post by Casyopea on Mon Aug 04, 2008 9:32 am

Thank you Thomas, I've been working on that a lot lately, and it seems to get better, bit by bit. Especially for chords, I just pretend I'm bouncing a ball and it works, hehe Basketball

Now here's my last update, my last video, a piece I've wanted to learn since forever, and yet easy. I never got to learn it with my teacher, even though I told him I wanted to so much. Now that I choose for myself, I decided to take the chance.

Here it is:

J. S. Bach - Prelude in C Major BWV 846 WTC Book I

http://es.youtube.com/watch?v=mu7ow_JEKfk


I hope you like it and thanks for watching! Very Happy
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Post by Thomandy on Mon Aug 04, 2008 10:38 am

Yeah. I guess your teatcher was holding yu to much back?? I am still curious on what happened with you and your teacher Razz

But to the piece!!!

I can say it again! I loved how you played this piece. I was listening to it once aging now, And I promise I closed my eyes and fell asleep maby for about 5-6 min. Very Happy That was refreshing, hehe Smile

Awesome piece. And well played. I cant give any tips either to improve, since it feel you play it perfect Wink
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Post by Casyopea on Tue Aug 05, 2008 3:41 pm

Ty ! Smile
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Post by Phi on Tue Aug 05, 2008 8:35 pm

Casyopea wrote:Thank you Thomas, I've been working on that a lot lately, and it seems to get better, bit by bit. Especially for chords, I just pretend I'm bouncing a ball and it works, hehe Basketball

Now here's my last update, my last video, a piece I've wanted to learn since forever, and yet easy. I never got to learn it with my teacher, even though I told him I wanted to so much. Now that I choose for myself, I decided to take the chance.

Here it is:

J. S. Bach - Prelude in C Major BWV 846 WTC Book I




I hope you like it and thanks for watching! Very Happy

That was lovely! I'm not a huge fan of Bach's Exclamation but I love that piece... and you played it REALLY well.

I'd like to know your teacher's reaction when he sees you playing it affraid lol

Good job!

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Post by Casyopea on Wed Aug 06, 2008 8:25 am

Thank you Phi! Smile
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