Let me play you Beethoven like you've never heard before, with guitars, bass, drums, strings, and synths.I hope these recordings of my modern arrangements will encourage young players to delve into experimenting more with classical music.
My new Classical digital CD!: Just released my new digital CD (only downloading, $6.99).
It's named "Waitings" and contains all my Piano solo and Piano & Orchestra songs, completely remastered and with a new song never published before ("Where", that won the Golden Kayak Award on IACMusic this year) !!
Hoping you to like it, click here.
4wards: I sill may have no interest in doing anything new on the guitar as I've got plenty of stuff already recorded, which have never appeared on the site. One tune for example is "Set Em Up Bartender" a swing jazz guitar tune with piano, bass, drums and me on guitar. I just uploaded it, so check it out.
I also started doing jazz guitar phrases on video, as a teaching tool for those interested in learning some. They can be used on other instruments too. I'm just using guitar as my tool. I also use notation, guitar tabs, guitar fret board showing the notes played while in progress and a live video ...
A Shred of Realism?: In the continuing effort of trying to find some shred of realism in virtuosity, this one has been extremely frustrating. The soprano sax is the virtual part on the most current tune called Ladies Night and although I've been able to create similarities to the real deal, lack in certain control data, such as the ability to change the tonalities usually created by the players control of their embouchure is lacking. Since these are sampled sounds, there are no variations to tonality in faster passages which is evident with real players. Each sound has been recorded identically.