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Jump to new posts Re: Recommendations - New/Used vs Grey/Online? by gnuboi @ Today at 12:58 PM

Can you negotiate on that $9k Baldwin R? If it's already sold, then it's the right price. If not, there's still a chance. Assuming all in good condition, the Baldwin would be my first choice, then the YC G185.
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Jump to new posts Re: Bösendorfer case problem (or not)? by joe80 @ Today at 12:56 PM

- what is true is that some of them, made in the 1970s and 80s, apparently had badly fitted soundboards, but it only became apparent a bit later on. Now, I can point you to the pianos in question that were made between 1970 and 1985 and required new
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Kawai CA67/CA97/CS8/CS11 Serious Bug? by newer player @ Today at 12:56 PM

Originally Posted By PocomotoI have now tried a lot of things but it seems the CA67 is incapable of sending and receiving midi signals from just any USB port for an extended amount of time. It always stops sending signals at a random moment after wor
Adult Beginners Forum
Originally Posted By CutestpuppieYou said 'You need to connect the keyboard or ipad (if possible) via MIDI to the PC' Via midi? Do I need to buy that? What wires do I need? It depends on what connections your piano has. Mine, for example, has only US
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Jump to new posts Re: Hallet Davis by gnuboi @ Today at 12:53 PM

There's got to be more than one grand (new or used) in that store for $10k. Is the HD really their favorite there?
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Bösendorfer case problem (or not)? by joe80 @ Today at 12:52 PM

I've heard similar reports, but they were rumours. A couple of hired pianos that were stored on their sides for a long time apparently developed alignment issues, but I mean, I've never seen it with my own eyes. Probably just something people say. I'
Pianist Corner
For a long while in my youth, I was quite fixated on Chopin Polonaise Op. 53 after hearing it on a concert. Later on other pieces joined the list for me: Tchaikovsky Concerto No 1, Chopin Ballade No 3, Barcarolle, Lazar Berman's 1963 rendition of Li
Piano Forum
You could just assume that the specs are the same and whether the price difference is worth just for the larger size. A 7' sounds noticeably "better" than a 6' in most cases. If later you find out that the 7' does indeed have "upgrad
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Roland RD-64 carrying case? by spanishbuddha @ Today at 12:48 PM

Did you see this?
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Jump to new posts Re: KAWAI MP11 Question (Microphone Use) by prout @ Today at 12:42 PM

What type of noise? Usually, noise can be broken down into Hum - usually 50Hz or 60Hz and their associated harmonics Hiss - somewhat like white noise (comes from resistors and tubes, for example) Buzz - fluorescent light type buzzes EMI - radio
Adult Beginners Forum
You already have a teacher. Trust him/her to teach you exactly what you need right now - no more and no less. (Or if you don't have this trust, find a different teacher whom you do trust.) I'm sure that your teacher would be mortified and/or disgust
Pianist Corner
I used to think that there were some pieces I would never tire of listening to but am growing less and less convinced this is the case. Just a few random pieces that were on the list at one time: Bach-Goldberg Variations, Ravel-Ondine, Beethoven-last
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Casio AP 650 or Roland HP603? by Fritzo @ Today at 12:21 PM

Thanx for the replies all, Today I visited a piano store that had both the Casio and the Roland available to try out. Played them both alternately (although the word "played"is not quite right I guess for a true beginner, I merely made som
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Thanks for the info. The double flange has only a minor split, so I'll be able to repair it. The problems with the action have been caused by a restoration in the 1970's (Steinway & Sons). The hammer and damper flange screws have worked loose, al
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts KAWAI MP11 Question (Microphone Use) by RE Junesworth @ Today at 11:48 AM

Hey everyone, I recently got my Kawai Mp11. I love the stage piano, especially the key action is fantastical! Now, I found that I still have my old Shure Beta 58A, so I looked up some stuff on the internet and found that I can connect my Shure microp
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Jump to new posts 9 year old boy play mozart k485 by audrewh @ Today at 11:44 AM

rondo no.1 in d major
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Jump to new posts Re: How does Synthesia work? Can someone help me out? by Cutestpuppie @ Today at 11:44 AM

Hi thank you for the answer I have a question. You said 'You need to connect the keyboard or ipad (if possible) via MIDI to the PC' Via midi? Do I need to buy that? What wires do I need? Also about the falling notes lets say you play faster than t
Adult Beginners Forum
You need to connect the keyboard or ipad (if possible) via MIDI to the PC this sends instructions such as keydown keyup keyvelocity etc to the PC which is then used by synthesia to determine if you hit the correct note or not. Synthesia works with M
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2016 by BrianDX @ Today at 11:31 AM

... 31. Springtime (BrianDX) (OC) 32. In The Garden (Gurlitt) (OF) 33. Soldier's March (Schumann) (OF) 34. The Happy Farmer (Schumann) (OF) 35. Old French Song (Tchaikovsky) (OF) 36. Ecossaise (Beethoven) (OF) 37. Bourree (Graupner) (OF) 38. Sonatina
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Jump to new posts Re: Bösendorfer case problem (or not)? by ando @ Today at 11:19 AM

That's what happens when somebody tries to reach a conclusion from a purely theoretical perspective. He has reasoned that because the rim isn't made in the usual laminated way that it would be less durable. But the reality is that Bösendorfers are e
Piano Forum
Originally Posted By cphollisI owned a Brodmann PE187 for a while. Seduced in the store, a hot affair at home, but didn't work out in the long term. Nothing "wrong" with it -- actually, a decent instrument at a great price for many peop
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Considering Yamaha CP 300 by Gombessa @ Today at 11:14 AM

Lol nice job, I want one!
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts How does Synthesia work? Can someone help me out? by Cutestpuppie @ Today at 11:14 AM

Before someone say synthesia is very bad for learning Piano and it's kinda cheating. I know that but I am very new to Piano and I want to use synthesia to check if I am playing the correct notes etc. Back to the question. How does synthesia work? Fr
Piano Teachers Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Group Lessons (Yamaha) Vs Private Lesson by Morodiene @ Today at 11:04 AM

Originally Posted By NahumPractice confirms that   the effect of group piano lessons for the individual is lower than the violin or drums; and much lower than individual lessons. On the other hand there are parts of musical education, requiring a w
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Practicing: memorizing or reading sheet? by Qazsedcft @ Today at 10:56 AM

As everyone said, you should do both. For me whenever I practice something rather easy or short or something that I will not keep for very long like an etude I tend to read most of the time, whereas for pieces that are harder or that I will polish to
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