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Jump to new posts Re: NAMM 2015 - Are You Booked?? by terminaldegree @ 26 seconds ago

Will be there, as an attendee. Usually, I stay off-site (way, way off-site) for cost reasons.
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Yep, if I notice a clear slanted tendency, it is not a problem even with una corda, as the hammer can follow the same slant and moves parallel. Never anymore chasing for a "perfect" horizontal level when that mean bending so much the w
Member Recordings
Jump to new posts Re: Wish You Were Here - by Pink Floyd - Performed by Chris Hueb by Arizona Sage @ 6 minutes 37 seconds ago

Agreed. Great job. Your left hand arpeggios make this song flow very well on the keys.
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Octave Sizes by Hakki @ 7 minutes 14 seconds ago

Originally Posted By: Mark Cerisano, RPT 6:3+ and 4:2- Young's Is this a typo? You mean 6:3- and 4:2+ ? Or we have different nomenclatures. Let me make my understanding clear for you. Provided that A4 is fixed and A3 is FLATTENED in each step
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: First sonata by BruceD @ 15 minutes 9 seconds ago

Originally Posted By: DameMyraBefore you move onto a sonata would you consider learning a sonatina first? A little longer than some of your aforementioned pieces with a little more complexity. Clementi and Kuhlau are standard for most pianists before
Piano Teachers Forum
Morodiene, you are absolutely right! I was there many years ago, and I am ashamed in front of my former students , when I remember ! But never again! I use every free moment while working with student on voicings or phrases of improvisation to
Adult Beginners Forum
I totally agree, and that is how I felt when I used the grades for my other instrument. Do you always memorize your pieces and do you find this difficult? I've never memorized my music and I don't even know how to go about it. I am with a new teacher
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Thoughts on the P-35 vs. P-95 vs. P-105 by DeadPoets @ 20 minutes 52 seconds ago

Originally Posted By: Michael HOriginally Posted By: mick297If the p-105 felt like the p-35 that wood be.the one to get. Surprised? I sure was. The p-35 has a heavier, more authoritative, precise feel. I know Yamaha says they are both the same GHS ac
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Be here Monday- my first piano in 6 years! by BDB @ 22 minutes 51 seconds ago

You still have not used any of the standard nomenclature. Look at the diagram that I linked to.
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Kimbal Viennese by BDB @ 24 minutes 28 seconds ago

There was a smaller model, as well.
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Viennese Action by Bernhard Stopper @ 25 minutes 51 seconds ago

The viennese action has a unique property, that is completely missing with modern actions: the key remains in permanent contact with the hammer even after let-off (through the hammer center pin, sitting directly on the key), allowing some sort of ton
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Educating Lucas by BDB @ 28 minutes 19 seconds ago

Originally Posted By: A443Originally Posted By: Bill Bremmer RPTOriginally Posted By: A443 Never attempt to misrepresent someone like that again, Bill Bremmer RPT; I am capable of expressing myself--your assistance is not required. Are you backing
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts NAMM 2015 - Are You Booked?? by Piano World @ 31 minutes 0 seconds ago

Reminder that the lodging for NAMM 2015 opens today at 11:00 a.m. EST. Are you going? Have you booked your hotel? Attending as an exhibitor or attendee? Do you know which piano/keyboard/organ manufacturers will be there this year?
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: For sale: stand & monitors (used with MP11)... by rungabic @ 33 minutes 1 second ago

Originally Posted By: mrmacmusicOriginally Posted By: ChoPraTsWhat happened with your Kawai MP11? Why returned? Have you returned two MP11 or you bought two and now you will use only one? I've returned two MP11 as I wasn't happy with the mechanical
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Octave Sizes by Mark Cerisano, RPT @ 35 minutes 29 seconds ago

I believe you are right. Given ideal iH progression within Tremain Parson's "hockey stick" (sorry, don't know who he referenced when creating his iH graph) 4:2+ pairs with 6:3- always. But these octaves test out like this on real pianos w
Piano Teachers Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Teacher not covering theory and assigns too advanced music? by ezpiano.org @ 37 minutes 11 seconds ago

Originally Posted By: JonathanThese are basic matters. From my perspective, so-called theory is the easiest part of learning music - the hardest part is gaining control of technique. I am 100% agree with you! It is so easy such as learning 3/4 time
Piano Teachers Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Is it necessary a classic base to play virtuosic jazz ? by Morodiene @ 41 minutes 21 seconds ago

Plus, many jazz piano teachers don't want to spend time teaching technique (due to time needed for improv, I'm guessing), so if a student has a classical beginning then hopefully they were given a good foundation in the basics.
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Opinions on Roland F130R by shah @ 45 minutes 37 seconds ago

Great to hear that it is just my unit. I will inform the technician about this tomorrow. Peterws, the noise is coming from outside the headphone. It is too loud to be a simulation of piano key back noise. I have tried several acoustic pianos. Macb
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Fun Fugue Favorite Fiesta by kobethuy @ 51 minutes 40 seconds ago

Originally Posted By: Lorenzoid I hadn't really listened to that CP 9, or WTCII 22.. To add to AoF, CP 6 on organ is bomb. No. 1 in C is the first fugue I ever learned. Struggled. I first heard of CP9 in one of Bach's documentary (played by Ton Koo
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Need a stool of some kind by PianoWorksATL @ 54 minutes 10 seconds ago

I've seen some folding, padded and slightly adjustable keyboard benches from many makers. The Digital piano forum (next door) can probably recommend specific makes an models. I remember some from "On Stage" as a place to start. The bette
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: page-turning for tablets by jazzyprof @ 54 minutes 12 seconds ago

Originally Posted By: BarlyWell, before a system reacts to my raising an eyebrow Well, how about one that reacts to you turning your head: Magic Reader
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Ah. Thanks for the memory jogger. Some of us used to level strings the opposite way. By pushing down on the hi ones with a piece of pedal rod stock with a groove in the end instead of pulling up the low ones with a string hook. Overly aggressive st
Members Recordings - Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Rachmaninoff: Prelude in C-Sharp Minor Op3. No.2 by decibel101 @ 58 minutes 53 seconds ago

Nice playing! Thanks for posting.
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Viennese Action by A443 @ 58 minutes 59 seconds ago

Originally Posted By: BDBBecause they do not work as well, and they are difficult to service. That's not true--unless it is someone that never works with them (i.e., in some parts of the world, these are still very common). They are pretty stable cre
Members Recordings - Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Liszt: Sonata in B minor, S. 178 by decibel101 @ Today at 11:38 AM

Nice playing!!! :clapping:
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