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Great playing, Scratchy! I like that song a lot, and it's nice to see a multi-talented person show off.
A few suggestions about the recording:
I only hear it coming through the left channel and not my right. So, assuming my speaker hasn't suddenly gone out and that you didn't intend for this to happen, you should either re-export the audio track as stereo with both channels working or down-mix to mono. There is really no reason for stereo in this situation unless you specifically set up your gear for it and are utilizing it in your playing. But this really isn't addressing your sound quality, just a technical glitch.
I think your track could benefit greatly from a Parametric EQ effect added and adjusting certain frequencies to bring back some of the sounds tonal quality. I am pretty sure that Premiere has one in the audio effects tab, but I'm not at work to check it out so I can't be certain (I will look tomorrow.) I can't really tell you specifics on how to adjust the settings, but I say just toss the effect on and begin making adjustments. If you have a good sound system at home you will be able to tell when you are doing things right. If not, some quality over the ear headphones will work.
Never mind maneuvers, just go straight at them.
It sounds good, but a bit more treble-ish than in your other videos?
I compared it with your Josefin's Waltz video and noticed 2 differences:
Note - I have surround sound on my PC.
The Waltz video I had coming through both left, right, and center speakers, and it sounded fuller, and more even tone.
Current video, only coming through the left and middle speaker, with slightly less fullness to the overall sound.
I hope that helps.
Your playing was great as usual BTW
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Hi Diane; I like the tune and your versatility, the others may be right about the sound location. I wonder if the mic is too close to the instruments, I think I can hear the pick clicks with the mando and guitar because at first I thought I was listening to a metronome and I thought there was too much bow hiss from the violin but perhaps this to is related to the microphone location. Hope this observation is some help.
Wow so cool. Beautifully played and great set up and mixing!
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Great playing! Loved all the different point of views.
Re: sound, I think maybe one of the instruments was too "hot", I thought I could hear a little bit of it overloading, maybe it was the fiddle.
Wish I had a wireless pickup!
That sounds waaaay better. I still think the fiddle might be too hot, and on certain notes on the E string I think I hear it fuzzing a little. But for 99 percent of it it sounds great!
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