It has been a while since my last blog posting, which means there is much, Much, MUCH to tell. I’m not sure that I can do it all justice in one evening, but there are some highlights I want to hit.
In early November, pianist Kimiko Ishizaka performed Bach’s Well-Tempered Clavier in the Music Room of Manifold Recording. The event was recorded in front of a live studio audience and webcast around the word, presented by The Miraverse. We produced two videos, one for studio geeks showing all our microphones, microphone locations, and all sorts of other studio gear that would be involved in the session, and one of Kimiko’s actual performance (which was magnificent). Thanks again to Robert Douglass for doing the legwork to make this event possible, and to Ms. Ishizaka for sharing her life’s study and practice of Bach with us.
It was very much my intention to write a blog posting shortly after the session–especially because it was such a great experience for all who participated, but we got too busy with all that this event put into motion for us. Continue reading “Progress Report (Video)”