Converting Old Datas

As a photographer I’m trying to convert my old dia slides and paper prints to digital files – and as a musician I’m trying to convert old vinyls, tape recorders, cassettes and MDs to modern digital files. Actually trying to update my sessions on this multitrack MD recorder from 1999 – visit my soundcloud exploring some results: soundcloud.com/fingerstyle_guitar
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during home recording with my Spanish guitar teacher Cristina Rico I made a joke and added vocals in an unknown language – because it was too difficult for me to follow her with my guitar

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Janusz, he came from Poland, so much younger than me – and already dead since so many years, R.I.P. – maybe my upload brings his talent alive again? Feel free to download, add your instrument, upload again, send link… – chords: D /// etc. C Em D

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before I fell in love with fingerstyle blues guitar, I tried to learn classical guitar; this was my last trial to play the famous prelude of Johann Sebastian Bach, BWV 999; my tribute to him R.I.P. I hope he would forgive me my many failures … (14 years ago, 2000)

About frizztext

writer, photographer, guitarist

6 responses to “Converting Old Datas

  1. Sounds like two very ambitious project, Frizz.

    Visiting your Soundcloud. 🙂

    Happy day …

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  2. Always interesting to hear what we did before. Maybe one day, I would put my own tracks on soundcloud….But it’s not guitar 😉

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  3. Interesting equipment!

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  4. You have set yourself a daunting task. How do you find time to blog???!!!

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  5. You are doing some really interesting things with your recordings.

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  6. Anonymous

    I was excited when I got the equipment to convert 20 and 30 years old slides and negatives but I was disappointed with the results..Low resolution and definition makes the people in them almost unrecognizable. I envy your sound equipment though 🙂

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