Amazing Grace – Slow | Piano Solo

Amazing Grace – Slow | Piano Solo

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www = mp3 = mp4 = Amazing Grace, how sweet the sound, That saved a wretch like me. I once was lost but now am found, Was blind, but now I see.

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Amazing Grace, how sweet the sound,
That saved a wretch like me.
I once was lost but now am found,
Was blind, but now I see.

T’was Grace that taught my heart to fear.
And Grace, my fears relieved.
How precious did that Grace appear
The hour I first believed.

Through many dangers, toils and snares
I have already come;
‘Tis Grace that brought me safe thus far
and Grace will lead me home.

The Lord has promised good to me.
His word my hope secures.
He will my shield and portion be,
As long as life endures.

Yea, when this flesh and heart shall fail,
And mortal life shall cease,
I shall possess within the veil,
A life of joy and peace.

When we’ve been here ten thousand years
Bright shining as the sun.
We’ve no less days to sing God’s praise
Than when we’ve first begun.

Amazing Grace, how sweet the sound,
That saved a wretch like me.
I once was lost but now am found,
Was blind, but now I see.

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    what piano is that?

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    The headphone was actually connecting with the iPad instead of the keyboard. Whatever headphone plug you have, you can buy an adapter to convert it from large to small or vice versa.

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    Yes, it works perfectly. I didn't find any problem on it.

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    nice music! ^_^ and may i ask whether the keyboard's sustain pedal works well with garage band? were there any issues with it?

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    oh boy oh boy i'll but such midi cords aren't very expensive at all especially if i buy them from apple!

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    Close your eyes and listen. Can you hear any difference between real grand piano and this one? I can't.

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    I like it very much! very creative. Thank you!

    To those who want to play GarageBand on iPad with midi keyboard, the following info must be noted:

    iPad does not support normal midi. Apple has designed a new interface named CoreMidi for iphone operation system that iPad is using. So, the key step of connecting a normal midi keyboard to iPad is to buy a USB Midi cable that supports CoreMidi, such as the one used in this YouTube video.

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    doesn't sound like Amazing Grace at all:) Beautiful though!!xx

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    Thankyou for the beautiful music (:

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    @Wawasaki thank you so much!! I'm glad u like it!

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    Beautiful playing, I think that is all I can say. You can really tell that she is feeling what she is playing

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    @keytocheer It's great the things that you can use the iPad for. Even now, it's still not commonly known that you can connect so many different devices and instruments to it. Thanks to the camera connection kit!

    Shame mine's not cooperating, but with the external sound card I just bought, I can continue recording live piano at least, just not on my damn iPad…

    Yeah, I'd be interested to see/hear your vocals recorded directly into the iPad over an external sound card.

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    @Zer0MT
    Ha, about ext sound card, I've bought similar gear recently…M-Audio Fast Track. You guess what it is used for? I use it to record vocal with my iPad. And it proved to be so successful. Garageband and DAW MultiTrack work perfectly with it. And I can use it for plugging my guitar to use GarageBand as the Effect AMP. It will be better than iRig as iRig is using the analogue MIC input built-into iPad itself, which is just a cheap cheap DAC/ADC. I'll make YouTube video on this soon.

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    @keytocheer 13GB remaining and still acting weird =(
    I bought an external sound card for my netbook so I'll just have to use that instead. It's not what I wanted but at least I can capture live piano rather than MIDI piano.

    Thanks for trying to help =)

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    @Zer0MT
    Check if your iPad is running out of space.

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    @keytocheer Again, thanks for the help. As you suggested, I tried diasbling all the background stuff that could interfere with the Garageband app and/or the iPad itself. Then rebooted. Even without connecting to the piano (just the piano instrument within the app itself) the notes are cutting each other off when you play more than, say…8 notes for example, as if it can't handle it.

    *sigh* Looks like it's back to line-in recording. Thanks so much for your help. Keep up the great playing!!

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    @Zer0MT
    Oh, that's very annoying.
    Fortunately, I didn't encounter this.

    To me, I will close all the background apps before I do any musical work.
    And I will switch off all Notifications and even WiFi & Bluetooth.
    After that, I will reboot the iPad to ensure a clean environment.
    Finally, I will open up GarageBand and do some trial playing for a while so that it will properly cache before live performance.

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    @keytocheer Thanks so much for replying, it was very helpful. I tried a MIDI-USB cable yesterday from my piano to my iPad, and I've tried 3 different apps including Garageband, but I'm only getting about 8-10 notes polyphony. The notes start getting cut off after that and it's killing the music!

    I don't know if you experienced the same (doesn't sound like it from this video), but I'm sure you can imagine how this is unacceptable for anything more than a basic piece.

    Hope to hear your thoughts!

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    @Zer0MT
    Thanks you for your appreciation!

    1. Yes, the sound was recorded as a MIDI signal, not live sound.

    2. The final audio, depending on the virtual instrument you’ve chosen, can either be Mono or Stereo. MIDI signal itself doesn’t define whether it is MONO or Stereo. In my case, as a common practice, I played and monitored using Stereo Virtual Piano. The recording was in MIDI signal (neither MONO or Stereo).

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    First, awesome playing and talent. Very nice, almost jazzy, spin on the classic theme.

    I play piano (try to!) as well, and have been wanting to get the recording done on my iPad for ages, and am really pleased to know it's possible as you have done here. I have a couple of questions:

    1. Is the sound played and recorded as a MIDI signal or does it stay as live piano sound through the MIDI cable?

    2. Is it all played and recorded in Stereo?

    Thanks so much, and hope to hear from you soon!

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    @hazzerdG
    E-MU Xmidi 1×1 USB MIDI Cable + Apple Camera Connection Kit
    No external USB power required.
    No software setting required.
    Simply plug and play.

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    what are you using to plug your ipad in to your keyboard??

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