Offshoot/rebirth of the 'So I got some recordings I need to edit...' thread. While working through it all to crop the recordings, I just had this feeling that my playing and improvisation isn't great enough to be worth the trouble - and I just have to show the 'composition' anyway, not the amazing tone of my MG15 and awesome quality of my (MP3 player) mic and (non existent) interface. Here goes. I'm posting the stuff. It's not anything in terms of general comparison, and I personally have done fairly better improvisation at other times - sometimes you can hear the jitters I get while recording*. In hindsight I should've gone a little slower, little less hyperactive. The melody is also not that aimless and is a bit more motif based, usually. But - I can hear some nice ideas in the improvisation, and this is merely the beginning. Here it is - Please. Critique. Side notes - 1. Is it just me or did the improv get steadily somewhat better till it got to #4? They were all taken in the same session (thehundredthone - "No shit, Sherlock." xD) 2. Also - would like some tips on how to count while playing. I end up staying too long in each chord. And when I'm counting I can't quite 'keep an eye' on the melody, and it starts lacking thought that way. 3. Rickkky - Now you have your revenge. XD 4. Reading that thread reminded me - I didn't add any 'verb!! No EQ either. You guys tell me a little on what's lackin'. *But this session I got and used an idea - I didn't record when I wanted to, I simply kept the device on and recording all through. Much fewer jitters! I'll try this to record classical guitar as well - and add more content.