A quirky little piece with a hauntingly beautiful middle part – Alba by Swiss composer Hans Haug. This composition was presented to me by one of my first Skype students who’s done an incredible progress in the last few months. Enjoy! Michele Della Giustina guitar with the newly installed M&M tuners with aluminium rollers (what … Read More
In the beginning of August my YouTube channel reached the first milestone – 1 million views! I’d like to thank you all for your continuous support, ideas and shared thoughts! In the future I’m planning to upload even more performance videos, Guitarise tutorials and making-of videos. I wish you a great week!
As some of you may know, I’ve recently purchased a new 4K video camera for my studio production work – the Panasonic G7. So far I’ve been quite pleased with it, although it is far less versatile for color grading than my trusted Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera. I’ll write a few in-depth posts about my … Read More
I’m proud to share my latest Guitarise video – Editing classical guitar in Reaper DAW. To follow along and see which extensions I have installed for 4-point editing to work please see the original blog post as well.
I’m really happy to share a few videos, recorded live at my apartment. Classical guitar: 2001 Michele Della Giustina Gear used: Zoom H5 audio recorder Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera Panasonic G7 Sigma 18-35mm f/1.8 lens Panasonic Lumix G Vario 14-42mm f/3.5-5.6 OIS lens See more on my gear page. Georgia On My Mind Study op. … Read More
I’ve recently recorded further two pieces from Mozo Pelican‘s beautiful collection of pieces My Fun Guitar. Enjoy! Gear used to record these videos
Last month I finally decided to record two of my favourite pieces by the world renowned guitarist and composer Ralph Towner. Green and Golden Anthem Inspired by Ralph’s own recording of this song, I included my own improvisation as an introduction to the main piece, which starts at 2:16. Gear used to record these videos
This is another Guitarise episode, explaining tips and tricks you can use for changing strings on your classical guitar. A few short tips from the lesson: Protect your guitar by taping a thick piece of paper or a bookmark onto the bridge Consider changing strings one by one to avoid any tuning problems Avoid making … Read More