Loc: Silver City, NM USA
Larry, just fantastic! It's unbelievable what the KN7000 can do when the various instruments and parts are layered in the sequencer. Of course, it can only do what is put into it and you certainly are the "Pro" of sequencing. Thanks for letting us hear your talent. The best to you, and keep it up. Walt
Loc: United States
Hey Larry Hawk! Rachmaninoff was one of the greatest Romantic composers of recent times (IMHO ) Anyway, if you dig this kind of music, (and I recommend it highly), listen to his magnificent Ppiano concertos and hunt down his incomparable "Variations on a Theme of Paganini"--that will blow your mind!!!! The buildup that finishes in the incredibly beautiful orchestral suite in variation 18 is, in my opinion, one of the greatest pieces of Romantic music ever witten! Enjoy!!!
Loc: Queen Creek, Arizona
I really enjoyed this lastest volume. I particularly liked the song called Moments of Sadness. You played it just beautifully. I never heard the song before, but I really like it. I have tried to find the music for this but so far unable. Is that the correct title?
Loc: East Greenwich RI USA
Larry ...... while at home recovering from prostate surgery, I have been attempting to respond to BeBop's challenge that I put some music down 'for the record' and send it in for all to hear ... Struggle as I might to do a good 'easy record' in one take, I've got a couple of tunes about ready to go, and THEN I hear your playing of Rachmaninoff ...WOW !!! .... that is GREAT stuff ... really has me eager to submit what I've done.... NOT !!! ..... however, I will answer the challenge, and send some 'stuff' out soon ... Great playing, my friend..... and I would really like to know how you go about putting that together.... t.
Loc: United kingdom
Originally posted by larry gosmeyer: For about a month now my Verizon web site has been inoperative and Verizon cannot seem to fix the problem.
I have used a free web site program along with a free hosting service and thus you can go to the site and download my latest 3 in 1 volume 7 songs for the KN6000/6500. I have downloaded from the site successfully and if you are successful in doing so please let me know.
Loc: Richmond,North Yorkshire, UK
Hi Larry, I've just downloaded your 3 songs and played them on my KN7000. Really SUPER ! I, and I am sure other members of the forum, would like to know a little about the procedure you use, when recording. For instance, do you work out and write a complete multi part score beforehand and then play from it?
After silence, that which comes nearest to expressing the inexpressible is Music. Aldous Huxley ( especially when the music is played on a KN7000....)