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Monti On The 'Bin

Qwertuoso is put to the test in this rendition of Vittorio Monti's Csárdás for C64 and piano.

To make this video, I first recorded the piano part. Then I listened to that on speakers while playing the solo part and recording the raw line-out signal. This clean audio recording was then combined with the mechanical noises picked up by the camera. I selected the best material from multiple takes, and then I added a tiny bit of reverb to make it sound as if the Commodore was recorded in the same acoustical space as the piano.

For the talky bit at the end, I built a teleprompter out of a cardboard box and a piece of acrylic from a photo frame.


Posted Sunday 2-Jan-2022 10:58

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Thu 13-Jan-2022 00:55
very interesting
Fri 21-Jan-2022 12:44
Tue 28-Jun-2022 17:15
Very nice! stumbled across the net and found this..
Nice performance! ;)
Wed 5-Apr-2023 01:27
Hello Linus,

I just found your videos on YouTube last night. This is brilliant! Thank you. And excellent explanation on the Qwertuoso page about the alignment of button box layout to qwerty.

Question: I see in the opening shot of this and the Partita Prelude that you are holding a knob with your non-keyboard-playing hand. I read the explanations on these pages, listened to your descriptions, but never hear you address what this does. The setup closeup of equipment only appears to show a bread board, but with no knob. Can you please point me to the article on your forum where that is explained? Thank you!