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dire tonic: I've re-tested with the N.I "The Grandeur" - 0.25ms (a quarter of a millisecond, just to rub it in ;^) In case it matters, I'm using max velocity on the highest C - note number 108. Sorry I hadn't read your original post prope
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Back pain when playing, how to relax? by G-TEDB @ Yesterday at 05:44 AM

Hi Pianoworld, I have been playing the piano for the last 10(ish) years. I am currently working towards my ABRSM Grade 7 and have just started getting really bad back pain. I'm only 15 so it wouldn't be anything age related but I think it may be ten
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Hammer stroke and Young's Law by Didacus @ Yesterday at 05:33 AM

Hi! First of all, I beg you be patient with my English, as it is not my mother language. Piano hammers stroke the string at about 1/7 - 1/9 from the tuning pin, if I'm not mistaken. This is to avoid 7th, 8th and 9th partials. I have two questions:
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: A five-octave keyboard, F to F instead of C to C by pluto009 @ Yesterday at 05:27 AM

I would buy a five octave keyboard with an F-f''' compass, but predominantly to play classical music. I already have a Roland digital harpsichord (a C20) but this is not light, and for the last 18 months I have had to use a wheelchair. My piano is on
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Just Tried a Steinway A at a Friend's place by joe80 @ Yesterday at 05:25 AM

DON'T HAVE THE HAMMERS LACQUERED!!!!!!!!!!!! NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I know, it's not your piano, but believe me, it's better to start with a mellow piano, even one with a woolly almost dead sound, and play it in for 12 to 18 months to a
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Because breaking up is hard to do by Rerun @ Yesterday at 05:24 AM

Yep, Get the "Happy Days are Here Again" sheets out and wad up "Blue Eyes Crying in the Rain".
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Playing in front of other people by Celdor @ Yesterday at 05:21 AM

Originally Posted By MeddenShaking hands is caused by adrenaline running through your body. Natural response when we feel under threat. The good thing about adrenaline is that it speeds up all your reflexes and thinking, so if those fingers are trem
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Kawai and Roland from same dealer in Scotland... by paradice @ Yesterday at 05:17 AM

Thank you. I've been to key player and biggars, key player are a Kawai dealer but had none in the shop to try. Biggars had 3 in the shop to try but no Roland's. Will give the other 2 a call first
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Things Top Practicers Do Differently by wimpiano @ Yesterday at 05:15 AM

It supports the HT theory I shared earlier
Pianist Corner
Someone mentioned that before Liszt, pianists would play with their back to the audience. But if this was true, the piano lid would aim the sound in the wrong direction! ?????
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Just Tried a Steinway A at a Friend's place by pianoman9 @ Yesterday at 05:11 AM

And it's a good piano, with great feeling action. It better be for $75,000! However, it's tone sounded better when I was in the audience, listening to someone else play it. When I played it, it was not bright enough for me. Maybe I've been spoile
Piano Teachers Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Does anyone have any piano student dropout rate statistics? by TheHappyPianoMuse @ Yesterday at 05:07 AM

I admit to being shocked by what I''m reading here. I have considered "three years" my window. During those three I years I must get as much music into my student's lives as possible ... through note reading and playing the classics
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: *That* chord in Chopin's prelude in e minor by Lapinou @ Yesterday at 05:03 AM

Oh my word! Thank you all so much! I wasn't expecting such a richness of wonderful advice! Off to work on that chord now
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Legato by tirafesi @ Yesterday at 04:54 AM

Here's the piece: http://postimg.org/image/g84b3lovn/ http://postimg.org/image/yc7bo8mk3/ I already know how to play it, i'm just not too sure how to use the pedal for the legato in this case.
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Kawai and Roland from same dealer in Scotland... by Kawai James @ Yesterday at 04:52 AM

Hello paradice, According to the Kawai UK dealer locator, there are a couple of dealers in Edinburgh (and a couple more in Glasgow): http://www.kawai.co.uk/dealers.htm?scat=1&scountry=GB&stext=edinburgh However I'm not sure which (if any)
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: What monitors do you use with your MP11? by sandalholme @ Yesterday at 04:49 AM

I am happy with the Presonus Eris 5s with my ES7. Interesting that people seem to place the monitors facing the player. Mine are tucked away inside (and touching) the stand, facing outwards on a sprung wooden floor, thus, I believe, transmitting s
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Kawai and Roland from same dealer in Scotland... by paradice @ Yesterday at 04:45 AM

Maybe one that the reps could answer Kawai James , Jay Roland Looking for a shop that has both Roland and Kawai DP's on their shop available to test side by side. Im in Edinburgh
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Because breaking up is hard to do by TheHappyPianoMuse @ Yesterday at 04:44 AM

I admit to being somewhat flighty. Unless there's an immediate attraction, I do tend to lose interest. Of course if I see someone else playing with you wonderfully, then sometimes I do get curious and try to patch things up and make a come-back.
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
@sullivang Depends on where the mic was placed (in Pianoteq). So, of course there is latency even in the offline. Other than that, physically the soundboard needs time to resonate after the string was hit and the string itself needs time to convert
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Originally Posted By sullivangBtw, the fact that my Pianoteq results for real time and offline are the same, mean that even that little bit of latency that I did measure is by design. Pianoteq wanted to generate that bit of latency. That's why I did
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: WONDERFUL BOOK for understanding piano music, Bach and by TheHappyPianoMuse @ Yesterday at 04:38 AM

A little clarification here,. There are TWO books with this title available on Amazon. Only one of them is ANALYZED ..... the covers are identical which leads to confusion. The "Analyzed" version is edited by Czarnecki. And is liste
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Yes, of course, I take your point about real time processing and offline render (no time constraint). Also that performance-related latency is dependant on cpu power. Originally Posted By sullivangOriginally Posted By dire tonicI'd have to assume th
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Things Top Practicers Do Differently by MRC @ Yesterday at 04:37 AM

Excellent advice there. In particular, this should be reflected upon: Practicing longer didn’t lead to higher rankings It's not how long you practice, it's how efficiently you practice. When I was studying, I remember one of our cello teachers te
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Legato by joe80 @ Yesterday at 04:35 AM

We can't answer that question without knowing the piece you're playing.
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Digital Piano for an adult Beginner. by mabraman @ Yesterday at 04:32 AM

Buy the best you can afford, no matter the brand. If you are taking lessons on an acoustic, buy one with heavy keys. If it's just for pleasure and you don't have a serious goal on music, they'll all suit you.
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