Le jour d'avant - new video
#1
Hi! Today I uploaded my second video, in which I play one of my favourite pieces of music - Le jour d'avant. Two months after the Vienna blood waltz, I finally managed to make it look and sound as close to the the thing that I wanted  Wink  Let me know what you think!

Here is the link: https://youtu.be/_HALiv2xqes
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#2
Well done, Mihail! I don't know this song but your passion definitely shows through. Congrats!
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#3
Mihail,
Well done! Smile
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#4
Very nice and good video work.
1) Ballone Burini 46C (4+5) cassotto (LMMH) 3/3 PA; 2) Accordiola Piano V (5+5) cassotto (LMMMH) 3/3 PA;
3) Roland FR8X; 4) Hohner Vox 4k (LMMH) 3/3 CBA
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#5
Cool! how many cameras did you have set up? were they all tripod with motion effect added or was there someone running handheld also? how did you record the audio?
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#6
Thanks! We used only one camera. I played the piece several consecutive times with the same bellows changes and we shot it with the camera from 4 different angles. The audio is recorded separately with my home equipment, but I listened to it as I played, so that it is synchronised Smile I watched tutorials on how to make a music video and that is what they showed, so that's why we did it this way. My camera operator is my girlfriend and she has very still hands Big Grin - we don't use a tripod (for now).
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#7
Very nice indeed, and beautiful camera (and video) work. Keep them coming.

Simon from the Holy Land
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#8
thumbs up from me!
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#9
Good going, Mihail!
I really like what I’ve heard of your choice of repertoire.
Bugari “Blue 72”, Tiger Combo ‘Cordeon, Iorio Concert Accorgan G Series (electronics removed), Hohner 1974 Melodica (Piano 36)
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#10
I'm grateful for your feedback, gentlemen!
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#11
(23-05-2020, 11:06 AM)mgavrilov Wrote: Thanks! We used only one camera. I played the piece several consecutive times with the same bellows changes and we shot it with the camera from 4 different angles. The audio is recorded separately with my home equipment, but I listened to it as I played, so that it is synchronised Smile I watched tutorials on how to make a music video and that is what they showed, so that's why we did it this way. My camera operator is my girlfriend and she has very still hands Big Grin - we don't use a tripod (for now).

That is a huge advantage in terms of video, to have another person available to work the cameras.  In none of my videos do I use anyone other than me.  I wish I could clone myself so I could have a helper of the same mindset as me... lol
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#12
Yes, absolutely, I actually decided to make videos, because recently she bought a camera and photography is one of her hobbies, so I thought why not... Smile If you can find someone who likes photography and is pacient, he or she would enjoy the process, I guess.
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#13
Hey Mihail, you've really nailed it the first time around on these 2 videos! They look and sound so great, like professionally made videos, but they are even better because your love of music and artistry shine through as clear as a bell. Care and attention is taken in every detail. Congrats!
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#14
Thank you so much, Frank! I really appreciate your kind words, they mean a lot to me!
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