Now you can perform anywhere - any time!
myaccompanist.com.au offers custom made accompaniment tracks that can be tailor made to your playing and recorded by a professional pianist.
Accompaniments are recorded 'live' at the Central Coast Piano Studio, and with the use of state of the art technology, you are able to choose from an amazing range of keyboard instruments to suit your accompaniment needs. From the finest full size Steinway Concert Grand, to Forte-Pianos of the classical period, to Harpsichords of the Boroque. (See below)
Recordings can be saved in various formats such WAV, FLAC, or mp3 - and can even be sent to you via email!
Have your own unique accompaniment recorded.
Option A: You perform your work live in the studio as you are accompanied by a professional pianist.
Option B: You send a recording and piano score of your performance (or a link to youtube) via email, and a unique accompaniment is created based on your performance.
The resulting accompaniment is rendered with any of the following virtual instruments of your choosing and sent to you in an audio format such as mp3.
You can then select the Temperament (Default is A=440 Hz) and three tempos of your choice.
Steinway & Sons D Model Concert Grand
At 8′ 11 3/4″ (274cm) in length, this majestic musical instrument is the overwhelming choice to the world’s greatest pianists.
Grand Piano: Sébastien Erard
An extraordinary warm tone and coloured sound with a delicate una corda. The Erard Grand was much favoured by Franz Liszt
Grand Piano: Pleyel Grand Model F
Described as warm and sensual, this was Chopins favourite for composing and performing. It was used by other composers such as Debussy, Ravel and Stravinsky
Pianoforte: Conrad Graf Vienna 1826
Considered the greatest and most renowned in Vienna and throughout the empire. Beethoven was particularly fond of these.
Pianoforte: Johann Schantz ca 1790
Light in construction with thinner strings and much smaller hammers. Much liked by Haydn and Beethoven.
Pianoforte: Johann Evangelist
Schmidt ca 1790
The so-called Haydn Grand Piano. The sound character reminds of the bright, overtone-rich sound of the cembalo and the clavichord.
Pianoforte: Donat Schoffstoss 1812
Features a delicate Viennese action which gives it a slightly gentler sound than the more sturdy English variants.
Pianoforte: Anton Walter
(1752 - 1826)
A slightly more powerful instrument than its competitors. Often used by Mozart for concerts, and by Carl Czerny during his lessons with Beethoven.
Harpsichord: François-Etienne Blanchet 1733
Producing a very delicate sound. Perfect for the works of boroque masters such as Scarlatti, Bach and Handel.
Harpsichord: Carlo Grimaldi 1697
Features a crispness of attack and transparency of tone that makes it ideal for continuo use, and is also well suited to 17th and 18th Century Italian and German solo repertoire.
Please note: In some cases copyright restrictions may apply. In this case, it is the responsibility of the customer to ensure all licencing requirements have been met.
How it works... in 3 easy steps!
(Default is: Learning- 1/4 speed ; Warm-up- 3/4 speed; Performance- Original speed)
Sample 1- Elgar
Salut d'Amour Op 12
Sample 3- JS Bach
Aria: Höchster mache deine güte
Nothing will ever replace having a live accompanist for your performance. However it is not always possible to have an accompanist on call 24/7, and often venues lack the necessary equipment - limiting your performance opportunities.
Perfect for use in practice or performance!
Sample 2- Haydn
Violin Sonata Hob XV 32