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I'm a PC guy. Always have been. I'm looking for a new recording app for Android systems. I am curious if any other PC users have had a good app experience. Please, this is not a discussion about iOS vs PC. Thanks
Hi, I'm a former student of Boris Matusewitch, having studied with him from 1969-1971. Over the years, I have thoroughly enjoyed playing all the music I had received from Boris, supplemented by a large repertoire of classical music for violin. I've played for family, friends, colleagues at work, and public events and remember fondly the days when I played 1st and 2nd violin in string ensemble groups. Today I would like to record many of the pieces I play, classical and popular, as audio and/or video files, to supplement the number of English Concertina classical music recordings on the web. Can anyone give me tips and recommendations on the best way to do this? I have an MS Windows computer, so my tools are currently limited to that operating system. Here are some questions: To get the best quality recording, can I use the default music recorder application that comes with Windows, or should I be using some other software? What is the best way to record a video of me playing the concertina? Is doing it at home sufficient, or is it best to do it in a hall that resonates? What is the best backdrop to reduce visual "noise"? I'd like to offer the listener a copy of the music being played. Where is the best place on the web to store an image or PDF of the piece being played? Where should I upload audios / videos to? concertina.net? YouTube? An online audio distribution web site like soundcloud.com? Has this question been answered anywhere else in this forum? Can you think of any other practical tips? I'd really appreciate hearing practical tips and tricks from readers -- many thanks in advance! Moshe Rubin Jerusalem, Israel