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Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Objective Bisecting Beat Speed Window Temperament Sequence by Mark Cerisano, RPT @ 47 minutes 55 seconds ago

Originally Posted By TunewerkI think people were interested, Mark, but you've given a class, written a Journal article, and posted endless topics on the forums about it. I think most people completely understand your process and/or already use anothe
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Objective Bisecting Beat Speed Window Temperament Sequence by DoelKees @ 55 minutes 11 seconds ago

Originally Posted By Mark Cerisano, RPTWhat have I missed? First octaves A3A4 and F3F4 need to be tuned with a higher accuracy than just "Tune a pure 4:2" or "Tune a wide 4:2/narrow 6:3". The flow chart shows that. It was create
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Choosing a digital piano by dmd @ 59 minutes 6 seconds ago

If you just wish to sit down with a piano that has a very nice action and a very nice internal sound without the added need for attaching it to a computer for sound and then attaching external speakers to hear it .... I would suggest the Kawai ES7 i
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Kawai GX-2 or Estonia 168 by ando @ Today at 05:09 PM

Originally Posted By Furtwangler Having said all that, however, I think you must give some credence to the performance ratings often referred to on this forum in the Acoustic Piano Buyer ratings - wherein Estonia instruments are rated a step above Ya
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Kawai ca67 vs acoustic piano by upbeat @ Today at 05:04 PM

The interaction with sound feels completely different on an acoustic piano. Not to mention, every time I switch from my digital to an acoustic, using the pedal is mayhem. I can pedal the same way and the resonances get beyond control in a matter of m
Pianist Corner
The Schenkerian analysis people would contend that there are deeper forces (hidden layers of counterpoint) at work in music than the composer's "surface" markings and intentions.
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Denver PTG Convention Review by RonTuner @ Today at 04:49 PM

And yet - on this forum, none of the aural tuners could post a tuning that fit the definition (as defined by the aural techs) of an ET tuning as well as a machine calculated one tuned by a beginner... Decades ago, the tune-offs showed at best, with
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Choosing a digital piano by cacophonous @ Today at 04:48 PM

Thank you so much for the advice! Having looked in to it a bit more, I'm VERY interested in the Kawai VPC1. I love the idea of flexibility and the fact that it isn't cluttered with features I don't care about like most digitals. However, I am a bit
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Best Digital Pianos by Pete14 @ Today at 04:47 PM

Or wait for the ES8.
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Kawai GX-2 or Estonia 168 by Furtwangler @ Today at 04:39 PM

Originally Posted By andoI think it's rather insulting to be classifying the Yamaha C1X as a production line Toyota and the Estonia 168 as a Bugatti. That is pure hyperbole. I've played both and whilst they are different, I could not say that one is
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Casio PX350 vs Roland FP80 by TonyB @ Today at 04:38 PM

Originally Posted By Scott HamlinLOLOLOLOL - I just went back and read all of the OP's post. It is pretty funny esp. when keyboard action is such a subjective subject. BTW - How does Coke compare to Pepsi? Well, Pepsi is a liquid to drink...
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Traditional One Month To Recital Thread by wouter79 @ Today at 04:35 PM

Pathbreaker looking forward to your submission! >Brahms that I learned recently I like Brahms. If it's ready for release...
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Transcribing Music!! by ConcertEtudes @ Today at 04:30 PM

Just curious, what program do you use to write the sheet music?
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Best Digital Pianos by peterws @ Today at 04:29 PM

Originally Posted By JDRPianoWell, less than $2000 preferably because I am also purchasing a grand piano as well. I looked into a Kawai CN25, but some of the people here on the forum said that the CN35 would be a better option. Id get an ES7 if I
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Yamaha C2X vs C3X by Sam4 @ Today at 04:27 PM

I agree with you too, not too heavy but not too light, I've heard the slightly heavier action help if you accidentlly nudge a note you don't mean to. My 1930s Paul Newman baby grand had a Herburgger Brooks British action and that was very light, but
Piano Teachers Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Teachers in Houston, Tx? by Ataru074 @ Today at 04:22 PM

Originally Posted By AZNpianoOriginally Posted By Plowboy Ha! Just yell back! Could make for fun lessons. I certainly hope you're joking. I hope he is not, If a teacher that I'm paying DARES to try to yell at me should consider him/herself VERY luck
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Denver PTG Convention Review by Tunewerk @ Today at 04:15 PM

Bob W., I completely agree with you. There are many deeply skilled rebuilders out there like Chuck, who do not necessarily need to learn to tune aurally. It's a small add-on for someone already as knowledgeable as him. However, the RPT designation w
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Parson's Buys a Significant Interest in Grottrian by Furtwangler @ Today at 04:15 PM

Here it is in English - pretty much the same article http://www.grotrian.de/en/ser_presse.php
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Kawai ca67 vs acoustic piano by CyberGene @ Today at 04:10 PM

I've explained so many times about why I prefer acoustics so I decided not to repeat myself again and just give the +1 I play a digital piano only because I live in a flat and have neighbors. In any other case I'd go for an acoustic, night and day,
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Best Portable Recording Interface For a DP ??? by Morodiene @ Today at 04:07 PM

Originally Posted By Charles CohenQuote: . . . There may be a case for higher res than that at 96kHz/24-bit which is what I like to use, but the difference probably won't be very noticeable. . . . If you do much editing (e.g. with Audacity) after
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Denver PTG Convention Review by bellspiano @ Today at 04:02 PM

Surely you jest --
Piano Teachers Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Teachers in Houston, Tx? by AZNpiano @ Today at 04:01 PM

Originally Posted By Plowboy Ha! Just yell back! Could make for fun lessons. I certainly hope you're joking.
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Yamaha C2X vs C3X by debussychopin @ Today at 04:01 PM

Originally Posted By pianoloverusOriginally Posted By sirwormsalotIf you practise on a light piano and have to perform on a hard piano, you will have to adjust oftentimes during the performance, whereas if you practise on a heavy piano and have to pe
Adult Beginners Forum
Originally Posted By ladysarahiiThanks! I admit I'm not very good at it yet, so I'll wait until I get more comfortable. And Andrew, I agree it is funny. I remember playing When The Saints Go Marching in and the guy on YouTube played it so fast! I was
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: giving up method books by wouter79 @ Today at 03:50 PM

Never done method books. I did a few loose copies of these books if they fitted a technical issue. Method books are for technical stuff that are second interest to me. I'm on the piano to learn to make music.
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