ZOOM H2’s last job (Tari Tari ED 2 – Kokoro no Senritsu)

Sawa is the best girl

Finally found some time to upload my transcription of Kokoro no Senritsu, I finished the sheet weeks ago and couldn’t find some time to upload it on youtube. But now, the job is done.

Kokoro no Senritsu is a really beautiful insert song (and also used as ED in episode 2 of Tari Tari), which I instantly fell in love with. I decided to play it slightly slower than the original, because it sounds more peacefully and relaxed. And the best of all, it’s fairly easy to play. This is one instance where the less is more principle is particularly applicable.

Aside from that, this is also an official “goodbye” to my good ol’ ZOOM H2 Handy Recorder. (the one I’ve been using since the Magia transcription)

Just a few days ago, I finally gathered enough money to buy a better microphone!

And guess who made it possible.

It was you.

You awesome people.

I have recieved a total amount of 340 € worth of donation, and with my own 100€ I’m adding in, it’s enough money to buy my long-awaited Rode NT5 matched pair micophone!

It’s… like a dream came true.

Th-thank you .. so much… everyone

You are the reason why I still have faith in humanity.

Thank you,

thank you for your support! ;___;

(*cough* if you still want to support my works, errm.. donation is still open ^^)

-= Download the sheet and midi file here =-

[Kokoro no Senritsu]         (difficulty: easy)

See you in fall season again!

Animenz

6 thoughts on “ZOOM H2’s last job (Tari Tari ED 2 – Kokoro no Senritsu)

  1. Can’t wait to here the new mics!
    which type of mic placement are you going for?
    I would think either a warm studio(left mic above the bass strings where they sound the best, and the right mic above the treble strings where they sound best. both mice need to be about 250mm above the strings.) or a classical if you want a bit more air in the recording( position you head in the in the bend of the piano and find where it sounds balanced, then use either a
    X-Y pair[http://www.recording-microphones.co.uk/XY-coincident-stereo.shtml] or
    a ORTF pair[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ORTF_stereo_technique] either of these techniques should give you a good recording.

  2. Congrats! You totally deserve the support you receive and so much more! Also, this is a beautiful cover, please keep being brilliant!

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