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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Oct. 4 2011 20:42:26
 
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RE: Baldi Olier (in reply to Guest

Yes, there have been many threads about him here before. There was a recent thread that was started by I believe his brother. He was trying to promote Baldi's new album. However, he overdid it with copy/paste of the same post in several threads on the foro, and hence they all got moderated and deleted for spamming reasons. The video you posted above was on the recent thread which got deleted. I also found a link to a farruca video which was unlisted on Ruth Olier's YouTube channel at the time. Can't find that anymore. However, I found this new solea video (link at the bottom of this post).

His official website is here - http://www.olier.co.il/

Cheers!



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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Oct. 4 2011 20:49:06
 
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RE: Baldi Olier (in reply to Guest

My boss walked by my office and smiled and said 'Nice Music'. And he is usually a stern fellow! Thanks rumbaking.
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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Oct. 5 2011 17:00:29
 
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RE: Baldi Olier (in reply to Guest

quote:

ORIGINAL: rumbaking

Just stumbled across this guy and he really seems to have a lot of flavor in his playing and I like his style.....Never heard of him before....Anybody familiar with him?




Well yep he is my and my son flamenco maestro for almost 3 year,
And actually he is very nice and fun to be with kind of
Fellow.
Always busy this way or that way in the prose's of making music playing music living music,
The way he want.

Here is a link to new tango flamenco clip on you tube.



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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Oct. 6 2011 16:57:32
 
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RE: Baldi Olier (in reply to Guest

Nope no tabs. We are doing all studies the old way, look and hear.
As the stuff we learn is usually his own compositins adapted for two lead
guitars which he creates on the spot amazingly (most of them anyway).
Maybe you can go through his site (using the link above kindly provided by Ramzi)
or contact him directly by his e-mail.. maybe his son Barak can come up with
something.

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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Oct. 6 2011 20:24:07
 
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he reminds me of Jimmy Page in some strange way
  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Oct. 7 2011 0:18:16
 
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RE: Baldi Olier (in reply to vigrond

quote:

And actually he is very nice and fun to be with kind of
Fellow.


ofcourse he is ...hes romanian...pass on a hello from me next time you see him

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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Oct. 7 2011 5:53:27
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Thanks Rumbaking
i really enjoyed this.
cheers.
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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Oct. 7 2011 8:01:31
 
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ofcourse he is ...hes romanian...pass on a hello from me next time you see him
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We'll gladly pass it next week.


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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Oct. 7 2011 11:58:41
 
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I wonder , how the hell do they make these kind of videos? they are so awesome! I dont see any mic attached to his guitar when playing outside

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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Oct. 8 2011 1:35:50
 
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RE: Baldi Olier (in reply to kudo

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I wonder , how the hell do they make these kind of videos? they are so awesome! I dont see any mic attached to his guitar when playing outside


They record the audio in a professional studio, then he just "lip syncs." I mean, when they shoot the video, they don't take the audio that the camera picks up. The artist has played the piece over and over so many times, that he can basically play it 10 times in a row, and it will sound and look nearly identical. So it is kind of a hoax. They then just sync the video (with no audio) to the audio recorded in the studio, and you get a final product whereby you THINK that the audio was recorded "without a microphone" or something of the sort. Do you understand what I mean?

If you look very closely and carefully, you will notice that sometimes there are very small differences between what you hear through audio, and what you see the artist "playing" as video.

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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Oct. 8 2011 6:04:06
 
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RE: Baldi Olier (in reply to rombsix

it's called "playback".

Baldi has a good head of hair I see. Conversely Curly Neal didn't:



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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Oct. 8 2011 7:38:36
 
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quote:

I wonder , how the hell do they make these kind of videos? they are so awesome! I dont see any mic attached to his guitar when playing outside


I had a go at making one a while ago. It's pretty simple really. You just need to spend a little time working out how to adjust/move clips and match them up with the audio.From there it's up to your imagination. Unfortunately when i made this one it started to rain before i could finish taking videos. I wanted to record both guitar parts but the rain was too heavy, and i couldn't be bothered driving back to that park again. Anyway i made this out of what i had. I filmed it all on my own with a borrowed camera. I just set up a tripod and moved it around and played.

If you look closely at my neck at 1:11 to 1:14 you can see the lead from my mp3 player going into my ear. In the other shots i have it in the ear that's facing away from the camera. This is so i could play at the same tempo as i did when i recorded it. I messed around with the exposure etc for no reason really. I was just bored and decided to post it like that. It all jumpy and not a great video really but It was a good practice and i learnt a lot by making it. Next time i will be able to do better.



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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Oct. 8 2011 11:48:46
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RE: Baldi Olier (in reply to KMMI77

You know everytime i hear you play i hear this very unique and original voice.
more so that we live in the same country.
no other player readily comes to mind when i hear your music.
enjoyed the composition and the tone. awesome really.
cheers for sharing the video process. looks good for a first attempt.
big help.
A

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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Oct. 9 2011 5:27:31
 
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Thanks Alval, I appreciate the comment.

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