For my upcoming solo album (featuring Baroque music by Bach, Scarlatti, Zamboni and Kapsberger) I wanted to hear how the microphones I currently own stack up against each other and put them in a realistic recording session (in a spaced AB configuration, playing real pieces). If you’re looking for a more general tutorial on microphone … Read More
Yet Another DIY Jib Project from Uros Baric on Vimeo.
Proudly presenting my band SVIREL’s latest Promo video that we shot on our rehearsal two weeks ago. Enjoy!
Last Sunday I set up a quick impromptu recording/video shooting session and played some of the most beautiful studies from Fernando Sor‘s 24 Exercices très faciles, Op.35 – n.1, n.13, n.17 and n.22.
From our rehearsal two days ago… Enjoy!
I’m thrilled to present you with my latest music video featuring famous Brazilian choro – Tico-Tico no Fubá by Zequinha de Abreu (1880-1935). Delightful arrangement for three guitars by Edson Lopes. A shout-out to Edson for giving away so many classical guitar arrangements for free. His collections have been incredibly useful for my students, remember … Read More
I’m very excited to share my latest music video with you, featuring the great cuban composer Leo Brouwer’s piece Danza Caracteristica. If you like the video, please subscribe to my YouTube or Vimeo Channel. Danza Caracteristica is one of the earliest Brouwer’s compositions – he was only 18 years old when he composed it. The … Read More
Widescreen aspect ratio A widescreen aspect ratio such as 2.33 : 1 or 2.35 : 1 is essential to the film look you’ve probably been looking for. I’ll show you my way to achieving this in Final Cut Pro X and and how to remove the black bars from the exported movie (f.e. for uploading … Read More