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Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Strong Overtones on CP4 S6 Sound. by ElmerJFudd @ Today at 01:49 PM

Possible to get capture this direct?. Do you also hear it in headphones? Ambient noise in the room and other vibrations... Maybe the speakers or what the speakers are mounted on? Are a little distracting.
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Jump to new posts Re: Tulsa OK VS Boston MA by Larry Buck @ Today at 01:45 PM

Karl, It is an August Forrester 170 with a Piano Disc in it. It is a very sweet piano with a strong fundamental tone for it's size. I like that is able to be resonant in an interesting way without over playing it. It does not want to be a "
Pianist Corner
That is odd, indeed. But the playing was not fake. It was just someone else. Sometimes it was dubbed, but often it was both the real video and the real playing, either cropped so only the feet were visible, or if the pianist had dark hair and her
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Computer problems. Problems? by RaggedKeyPresser @ Today at 01:40 PM

Most TV channels stimulate moronism. They even insert the laughs at appropriate places, so that one will know how to and won't need to do it oneself. I haven't had a TV since 1990...last century. Don't miss it...feel a relief not to be subjected to t
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Strong Overtones on CP4 S6 Sound. by Alan Davis Jr @ Today at 01:39 PM

Hi All. New member here. Last night, I brought home my new Yamaha CP4. Although I really like this piano, I have a question that I thought other owners may be able to answer. When I was trying the piano at the store, I noticed a very strong overtone
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Reading vs Memorizing by Dru Morgan @ Today at 01:38 PM

I am getting pretty good at reading music (at least to the level that I am currently working on in the Alfred's book) But, once I can play a piece at full speed without mistake by reading it, is there a benefit to memorizing that piece? Should I mov
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Should one learn "easy" arrangements? by fizikisto @ Today at 01:33 PM

*shrugs* I don't think it matters either way. When I first started learning piano I was worried that learning simplified arrangements of songs would somehow interfere with learning the actual versions later on. In reality, I haven't found that to
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: feeling stupid with chord progs - again by Rerun @ Today at 01:30 PM

Originally Posted By Maarkri thought i was doing well with progressions, then came across this, which is apparently a well know country prog... G-D-A-E (actually it was Eb-Bb-F-C but I moved it up) so, is this just I-V-II-IV ? all maj? i got confus
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I am not a meetup organizer, but do attend, lead some other kinds of groups. If you are meeting at public venue, some kind of insurance rider can be a good idea, just in case someone has an accident and wants to sue. If in a private home, probably no
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Full Compass partials picture by Withindale @ Today at 01:20 PM

Originally Posted By DoelKeesIt seems some of the partial frequencies go down with increasing note number. Yes it does, but I think you may find the curves emanate from the 12th root of 2 and partial numbers. For instance the frequency of the 13th p
Piano Teachers Forum
Jump to new posts Re: We Have to Teach These Kids to COUNT BEATS!!!!!! by pianoman9 @ Today at 01:08 PM

Originally Posted By AZNpiano I know you are new to teaching, so obviously you haven't run into some major hurdles of teaching, such as getting students who can't hold a steady beat and students who can't make any mental/physical correlation between
Members Recordings - Pianist Corner
I've already listened to the first one. You choose composers very well! In the first composition does Andrea Granitzio really want an "a tempo" at measure 73? The section of measures 73 through 102 is without the repeating 16th note pa
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Question to the stage piano's users by Beemer @ Today at 01:01 PM

Originally Posted By stamkorgFor those who play on a stage piano + monitors at home, Don't you feel disconnected by the lack of vibrations in your fingers? Thanks for your opinion, SK SK, I take my life in my hands here but my guess is that mos
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Recital 37 --- General Discussion Room by dpaws @ Today at 01:00 PM

Originally Posted By piano_primo_146. dpaws - Wall Street Rag- cool sound ,,, nice even honky tonk sound to the piano .... well played thanks. Thanks, piano_primo_1! Originally Posted By barbaram46. dpaws - Wall Street Rag Great job. I missed the
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Tulsa OK VS Boston MA by Furtwangler @ Today at 12:58 PM

Larry: I have made that drive dozens of times. I grew up in St Louis and went to college in Denton, TX The only thing I can recommend is that, as you near Dallas that you swing slightly to the West and visit my alma mater - now called the Univers
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: feeling stupid with chord progs - again by dire tonic @ Today at 12:57 PM

- you could add another cycle to yours making it - in your key - G-D-A-E-B and you've got Jimmy Hendrix's Hey Joe. You've chosen the first chord as tonic - the reference for the other chords - but in the case of Hey Joe, I would argue that it's the
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: help with counting by DragonPianoPlayer @ Today at 12:56 PM

Originally Posted By sinophiliaI highly recommend this little book: Basic Timing for Pianists +1 for this book. There are other good books on reading rhythms but their focus is on single lines of rhytbhms. Also general principles apply. When you
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Another snow day. by TwoSnowflakes @ Today at 12:53 PM

(One day, my teacher is going to find PianoWorld and read all the little anecdotes I've shared about her over the years. I hope she is pleased. Well, except for the parts where I point out the accent. We all find it charming, but I remember once w
Pianist Corner
Originally Posted By BruceD Why do you think the chair is adjustable? It looks like a fairly typical desk chair of the period. Because I see a screw thread under his seat and the legs don't seem to run up all the way to his seat
New Feature Requests
Jump to new posts Baby grand pianos under 15k by gabtielgarzapiano @ Today at 12:48 PM

tons of people who at first don't know much about piano, buy a piano that will not be good enough for them in the future.what pianos under 15,000 are the best on the market for professional piano players or people who will achieve a professional leve
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Originally Posted By fe2008It would be great if they make a standalone device with midi input that you connect direct to your digital piano and then you could hook your headphone (or external sound system) direct to it. Like a pianoteq but without t
Members Recordings - Pianist Corner
Originally Posted By NikolasSince I'm visiting London for the Music Education Expo, I had to stop a think on what "music education" means and I decided that music education doesn't stop at the age of 10. One may still be educating him/herse
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Is there joy in playing only for yourself? by wouter79 @ Today at 12:42 PM

Originally Posted By earlofmarOriginally Posted By WhizbangOriginally Posted By earlofmar"resistance is futile" That never stopped Captain Picard! he just had to say the magic words "earl gray hot" and his tea magically appea
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Recital 37 --- General Discussion Room by dpaws @ Today at 12:41 PM

Having a snow day today, so I listened to the last of the recital entries watching the snow pile up out in the yard. 52. johan d - La Candeur This is nice. You played really well. I like where it picks up around 0:44 with the contrary motion.
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Tulsa OK VS Boston MA by WilliamTruitt @ Today at 12:39 PM

Hi Larry: My mother was from Amarillo in the Texas Panhandle. I still remember visiting Palo Duro Canyon State Park as kid long ago. Really spectacular. http://www.palodurocanyon.com/ Worth a visit. Will
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