We last spoke with composer and pianist Timo Andres early in the lockdown, after he made a series of videos for a recital program that had been cancelled at Carnegie Hall. Over the past few months, Andres has refined the art of filming himself at the piano, and uses both audio and video recording as part of his creative process.
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- Episode #183 - Composer and Pianist Timo Andres on Concertizing at Home
- Alex Ross: I hate "classical music."
- Timo Andres: How can I live in your world of ideas?
- IRCAM (Wikipedia)
- Timo Andres: Debussy — Reflets dans l’eau / Ellington — Reflections in D
- ORTF stereo technique (Wikipedia)
- Adam Abeshouse
- I Still Play
- Sony RX100 VII
- Blackmagic Design Pocket Cinema Camera 4K
- Davinci Resolve
- MKBHD (Marques Brownlee)
- Score follower video: Stravinsky — Symphonies of Wind Instruments — piano transcription by Timo Andres
- The Orchestra - iPad app
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