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Gabriel Leopardi
post Feb 19 2014, 01:20 PM
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QUOTE (SlowFingaX @ Feb 19 2014, 06:54 AM) *
Hi Monica!

Thanks for your detailed instructions. I just checked from Project Bin on it's (Sequence 01 1280 x 720), I made video with Camtasia with some settings...I don't know much about those resolution , but I have to check it before next time smile.gif
I'm going to test something with Premiere from the beginning, if it's easier that way smile.gif

I still have Windows Vista on my old laptop and Movie Maker looks different as some intructions I found earlier and cannot get done anything with it. Of course it's also ok, if it's possible for this kind of editing smile.gif

Just hope that editing is later for me a just easy and fast process and not 3-4 hours project for this kind of short videos! laugh.gif

I also made a little bit bigger version with some definitions. smile.gif

But nice learning process and bigger version (no more my versions for this collab here after this one cool.gif ) :




hehehe epic solo friend!! Your composition sounds very consistent and you look comfortable in front of the camera. The audio and video quality are also very good for the collab. Thanks and congrats!


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post Feb 19 2014, 01:31 PM
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QUOTE (Gabriel Leopardi @ Feb 19 2014, 02:20 PM) *
hehehe epic solo friend!! Your composition sounds very consistent and you look comfortable in front of the camera. The audio and video quality are also very good for the collab. Thanks and congrats!


Thanks mate! It was very fun to make, just some problems with editing, but next time it's also easier for me. cool.gif


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post Feb 19 2014, 03:13 PM
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QUOTE (SlowFingaX @ Feb 19 2014, 01:48 AM) *
Finally I got something ready and this is enough now wink.gif

I tested Adobe Premiere Pro CS3 (first time I used it) smile.gif

Maybe better result with it if I use it from the beginning.

Everything else is ok, just that mp4 to Youtube was pretty small, but it's not problem, maybe next time a better one smile.gif

So this is my version for this Collab and also my first ever! cool.gif



I'll hope you can make something bigger and better with my Files! cool.gif


Wellcome in the Collab! It's great You decided to try! The more You try the best results You have - it relates to audio-video editting as well. You already got some great tips. Monica pointed the importance of blank project settings when Your create it and then import the video. Most of us do it in the real time (there is too much wasted time on learning what You played to make the vid of the same thing ) For the final mix You don't have to mix audio from reaper with the vid. We'll do it anyway smile.gif It's enough to launch the Reaper, import backing track pres REC on both - Reaper and Camera...and start to play smile.gif When You're done You just make two mixdowns - use SOLO function on guitar track and second time - mix both backing and guitar track together.


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post Feb 20 2014, 07:57 AM
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QUOTE (Darius Wave @ Feb 19 2014, 02:13 PM) *
Most of us do it in the real time (there is too much wasted time on learning what You played to make the vid of the same thing )


Darius is right, plus - it's very difficult to mimic yourself... I tried it a lot of times in the past and it was nearly impossible in most situations..


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post Feb 20 2014, 08:15 AM
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QUOTE (Cosmin Lupu @ Feb 20 2014, 06:57 AM) *
Darius is right, plus - it's very difficult to mimic yourself... I tried it a lot of times in the past and it was nearly impossible in most situations..

Mimic yourself? No, you understood wrong. I record the video on my camera in the same time with the sound. After that I overlap the video with the sound. Will not be nothing fake or played after. All it's played and made it in the same time but in other way smile.gif To overlap video and sound in the same time it's more than easy when all this are recorded together wink.gif

BTW how I record, it's named also in the real time wink.gif



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post Feb 20 2014, 09:21 AM
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Haha! Monica, I was not implying that you are doing that biggrin.gif I was just stating the fact that I've been doing it in the past because I was obsessed with the idea in which I couldn't get some things played the way I did the first time when I recorded something and I wanted them to stay that way tongue.gif But it was obvious - on the camera - that things were not recorded in real time biggrin.gif


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post Feb 20 2014, 09:48 AM
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Agreed with Cosmin smile.gif Nothing here sounded wrong smile.gif I was just answering SlowFingaX question "how You do it...record audio and then record video of what You played, or You plaed everything in a real time?" smile.gif

Cosmin just confirmed most of us record in real time because it's too many work to learn what You played to later "pretend" the same on the vid smile.gif


I know what You meant Monica but no, we're not talking about replacing the audio with descent audio from DAW smile.gif That's something good smile.gif


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post Feb 20 2014, 09:54 AM
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QUOTE (Cosmin Lupu @ Feb 20 2014, 08:21 AM) *
Haha! Monica, I was not implying that you are doing that biggrin.gif I was just stating the fact that I've been doing it in the past because I was obsessed with the idea in which I couldn't get some things played the way I did the first time when I recorded something and I wanted them to stay that way tongue.gif But it was obvious - on the camera - that things were not recorded in real time biggrin.gif

Haha...smile.gif Good that we cleared this things smile.gif Mimic it's just a way to cheating yourself wink.gif
Because for this real time in my "video record day" I lose many hours to make a video for my taste smile.gif I record until I like what I hear. That's why very often I look very tired in my public videos biggrin.gif
But all my takes for mentoring thread are made at first hand. Because I need to fix things and it's good to make mistakes and my instructor to see exactly how I am and which are the problems.

QUOTE (Darius Wave @ Feb 20 2014, 08:48 AM) *
Agreed with Cosmin smile.gif Nothing here sounded wrong smile.gif I was just answering SlowFingaX question "how You do it...record audio and then record video of what You played, or You plaed everything in a real time?" smile.gif

Cosmin just confirmed most of us record in real time because it's too many work to learn what You played to later "pretend" the same on the vid smile.gif


I know what You meant Monica but no, we're not talking about replacing the audio with descent audio from DAW smile.gif That's something good smile.gif


I know you understood what I meant wink.gif But you know exactly how I make all these things but others don't smile.gif That's why I wanted to clarify the things biggrin.gif

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post Feb 20 2014, 10:22 AM
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QUOTE (Darius Wave @ Feb 19 2014, 04:13 PM) *
Wellcome in the Collab! It's great You decided to try! The more You try the best results You have - it relates to audio-video editting as well. You already got some great tips. Monica pointed the importance of blank project settings when Your create it and then import the video. Most of us do it in the real time (there is too much wasted time on learning what You played to make the vid of the same thing ) For the final mix You don't have to mix audio from reaper with the vid. We'll do it anyway smile.gif It's enough to launch the Reaper, import backing track pres REC on both - Reaper and Camera...and start to play smile.gif When You're done You just make two mixdowns - use SOLO function on guitar track and second time - mix both backing and guitar track together.



Hi Darius!

I'll think that next time I'm going to try this way, then I'm learning something new. Most important for me is that it's just simple and save many hours. laugh.gif and use more time for playing and less fixing with editing and mixing.
Just have to find out some good and easy webcam software for this kind of recording situation. Because my laptop isn't very new
(Intel Core 2 Duo CPU P8400 2,26 GHz with 3 MB RAM), these softwares have to be light for my computer, because then there's so many open at the same time. Rigth now I'm use Reaper, and tone from GT-10 or some effect software (Guitar Rig 5 or Ezmix 2). Just have to make some test recordings before next collab or my first REC.


Very intresting messages from all of you Darius, Cosmin and Monica, this was just what I expected, thanks!

I'll think that have to try different ways to make these and find out which is best for me and my systems. smile.gif

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post Feb 20 2014, 03:35 PM
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Here's my files for download.

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post Feb 20 2014, 11:28 PM
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Hello everyone and thanks for the chance to join such a wonderful and talented community. I will love to be part of this contribution here are my files.

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Cosmin Lupu
post Feb 21 2014, 09:39 AM
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Thank you for your files, Ville and Ricky!

Ricky9 - welcome to your first collab man - we appreciate and encourage such an active beginning here at GMC smile.gif See you around the forum and if you are into it, why not introduce yourself wink.gif


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SlowFingaX - Remember if You need any detailed help just ask smile.gif Monica has a good point here - it's all about that You'll never cheat yourself and if You want to have clean, real time, live record You need to spend more time on practice and make more attempt to record it (even more practice here) so it has a good relation with Your overall progress smile.gif

Wellcome to our new collab friends! smile.gif


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post Feb 21 2014, 01:33 PM
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QUOTE (SpaseMoonkey @ Feb 21 2014, 08:09 AM) *
https://soundcloud.com/spasemoonkey/united-test-run

Hrrrmmmm! Looks like I may have to set my gear up before the 28th! cool.gif



Another tasty take. I think that your composition is very melodic and fits very well over the backing. Thanks for your take!

QUOTE (Ricky9 @ Feb 20 2014, 07:28 PM) *
Hello everyone and thanks for the chance to join such a wonderful and talented community. I will love to be part of this contribution here are my files.

https://www.dropbox.com/sh/dxxletj3zstk3c1/7j75zxm2Am



Welcome to your first GMC collab mate! Your take sounds very well. Thanks for joining. smile.gif


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QUOTE (Cosmin Lupu @ Feb 21 2014, 03:39 AM) *
Thank you for your files, Ville and Ricky!

Ricky9 - welcome to your first collab man - we appreciate and encourage such an active beginning here at GMC smile.gif See you around the forum and if you are into it, why not introduce yourself wink.gif


Thanks everyone for the warm welcome, I apologize for not introducing myself. My name is Ricardo and I love playing guitar, been doing it since high school. My favorite artist are Joe satriani, John petrucci and ynwie malmsteen. I'm so happy that I found you guys and that I was able to join this awesome community. I know that I will be able to learn so much from all the talented instructors And students here at GMC. You guys Rock!!!!!!!


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QUOTE (Ricky9 @ Feb 21 2014, 03:10 PM) *
Thanks everyone for the warm welcome, I apologize for not introducing myself. My name is Ricardo and I love playing guitar, been doing it since high school. My favorite artist are Joe satriani, John petrucci and ynwie malmsteen. I'm so happy that I found you guys and that I was able to join this awesome community. I know that I will be able to learn so much from all the talented instructors And students here at GMC. You guys Rock!!!!!!!

Wellcome Ricardo and don't worry you didn't know about introducing yourself smile.gif
This is like a tradition and a good way to known more about each new member of family wink.gif If you want you can make a new topic and make a longer introduction or you can leave it like this. If you have any question you can ask and everybody will help you. Also you can choose a mentoring program with any of the instructors you want: Cosmin, Darek, Gabriel and Todd smile.gif
We will see around forum smile.gif

BTW you made a great take for collab smile.gif




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QUOTE (Monica Gheorghevici @ Feb 21 2014, 10:31 AM) *
Wellcome Ricardo and don't worry you didn't know about introducing yourself smile.gif
This is like a tradition and a good way to known more about each new member of family wink.gif If you want you can make a new topic and make a longer introduction or you can leave it like this. If you have any question you can ask and everybody will help you. Also you can choose a mentoring program with any of the instructors you want: Cosmin, Darek, Gabriel and Todd smile.gif
We will see around forum smile.gif

BTW you made a great take for collab smile.gif


Thanks Monica !!!! , I would definitely like to find out more about the mentoring program. If you can point me in the right direction on how to get it i will appreciate that. biggrin.gif


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QUOTE (Ricky9 @ Feb 21 2014, 05:22 PM) *
Thanks Monica !!!! , I would definitely like to find out more about the mentoring program. If you can point me in the right direction on how to get it i will appreciate that. biggrin.gif

With much pleasure my friend smile.gif I let the response in your "Introduction" topic wink.gif

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post Feb 22 2014, 12:36 PM
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Hello Ricardo smile.gif

So, mentoring it is biggrin.gif I left you a message in your introduction thread, regarding my mentoring program smile.gif

Check it out please and let me know what you think tongue.gif


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