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Jump to new posts Re: New Grotrian 6'3" v. Steinway B by Glenn Treibitz @ Today at 04:39 PM

The two pianos are very different in tone philosophy. The Grotrian has a dark yet clear tone and the Steinway has the characteristically in your face sound that Steinway is noted for. You're triple "ppp" will be more lovely on the Grotrian
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Jump to new posts Re: Technique for holding down chords by joe80 @ Today at 04:38 PM

What Heather said. Excellent advice. I would advise another thing though: Work very patiently with your teacher. Sometimes we get caught up in our piano practice with playing the right notes, etc etc, and all of that stuff increases tension. It ha
Piano Teachers Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Learning on a digital by The Monkeys @ Today at 04:37 PM

Originally Posted By: TimROriginally Posted By: John v.d.BrookOriginally Posted By: DazedAndConfusedIt is not easy to judge how you are playing when you are in the moment but listening back to a practice session on an iPod as I commute, I hear all so
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Jump to new posts Price of Knabe WMV-121? by blackjack1777 @ Today at 04:36 PM

I was wondering what types of pricing people have been getting on the Knabe WMV-121 48" Upright lately? Thanks!
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: questions about tuning the top octave by SMHaley @ Today at 04:36 PM

I prefer my trebles clean and sparkling with just enough stretch to achieve that end.
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: What's your definition of music? by Dwscamel @ Today at 04:36 PM

When I hear noisy cars in the street, I know my definition is the opposite of John Cage's. That guy was so full of it.
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Jump to new posts Re: Hamer Height, Strike Point, and Weight...oh my! by jim ialeggio @ Today at 04:35 PM

You mentioned something about changing whip spring configuration somewhere recently. Could you elaborate? Jim Ialeggio
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Humming noise with MIDI-IN and LINE-IN by Frédéric L @ Today at 04:34 PM

@spanishbuddha : You should be right... a quick look in my "service manual" shows me the connection of the MIDI shield of the jack directly to the ground... but also some pins to the ground through capacitors (I don't know why... and I have
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Interface Woes by PtJaa @ Today at 04:33 PM

A couple ideas (just my $0.02): Have you tried the LatencyMon utility? It might be able to show you the culprit process/service in Windows, if the problem is caused by another process. Google got me this thread about regular dropouts on Dell laptops
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: questions about tuning the top octave by casinitaly @ Today at 04:33 PM

Is this thread about RPT or tuning the top octave? Or bashing each other? I think it is supposed to be about tuning the top octave. How about keeping it on track?
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Audiobox USB vs Audiobox 22VSL by mitzysman @ Today at 04:33 PM

is the 22VSL an upgrade in sound quality or latency ? Or just a repackage ? I have the original USB and wondered if the new one is better ?
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Jump to new posts Re: Recital 36 --- General Discussion Room by BrianDX @ Today at 04:31 PM

Originally Posted By: stumbler 39. BrianDX, Lunar Eclipse: Is this only part of the piece? It sounds sufficient in itself. Well done. Your duet should go smoothly. It did! I have recording of it, even including our "pat on the back" comm
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Jump to new posts Re: OT - Going Hiking by JimF @ Today at 04:28 PM

Sam, Hoping Thanksgiving finds you safe and warm, with a nice meal and good company (be it with friends and family or with the trees and mountains on the trail). Also hoping that 8 days since your last update means you are busy putting on some mil
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Jump to new posts Re: Mark your calendars! by Rich Galassini @ Today at 04:26 PM

Originally Posted By: leelFor those of us not in the know--what channel is this on? So sorry. Nosy Ape is correct. Look for The Science Channel which used to be The Discovery Channel. The only thing that bothers me is the fact that this video is
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Jump to new posts Re: Humming noise with MIDI-IN and LINE-IN by Scott Hamlin @ Today at 04:25 PM

Try plugging your DP and computer into different outlets..Even if they are, try several others... sometimes putting them on different circuits is all it takes.
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Originally Posted By: A454.7harpon, the troll is attempting to take swings at other people, and you're choosing to take the hit. What the troll does not know first-hand, the troll does not know--hence all the bashing with nothing being said. Trolls a
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Originally Posted By: harponYou really flag your retro-minded attitude here. The whole point IS to make changing hammers and shanks of possibly varied weights much easier, without a wood shop and recumbent retro S&M wood shed. But you are only
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Jump to new posts Re: Keeping cats away from piano? by PNO40 @ Today at 04:17 PM

Originally Posted By: dhull100The ideal solution will be to make other areas, such as the scratching post, etc... more appealing than the piano. When not in use, it would seem reasonable to cover the piano or prepare for disappointment. While I am no
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Jump to new posts Re: Keeping cats away from piano? by PNO40 @ Today at 04:15 PM

Originally Posted By: DeadPoetsRoommate has a clawed cat that really wants to scratch the wood. Any tips for keeping the cat away? I've read essential oils like lemon can work? Get a decent scratching post: tall, and made from sisal. I have t
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
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Jump to new posts Re: Can reburbishing eliminate mold? by musicNow @ Today at 04:11 PM

"Can reburbishing eliminate mold?" I would say no. A dry environment can help keep it from re-establishing. Mold spores are probably hiding deep inside every nook and cranny of the rebuilt piano. There are lots of articles on line about &qu
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Originally Posted By: pinkfloydhomerPaul, CM3s are for the temperament, not for bass octaves. Oh, I should read the subject line! haha! But are you planning to learn how to tune the temperament aurally as well?
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Humming noise with MIDI-IN and LINE-IN by spanishbuddha @ Today at 04:09 PM

Still probaly a ground loop, as most likely the midi cable has screening or ground connectors.
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: questions about tuning the top octave by SMHaley @ Today at 04:08 PM

Originally Posted By: Bill Bremmer RPT In my opinion, what is actually revealed by these protestations is the fact that some technicians are afraid of peer review. The only possibility would be some kind of discussion meant solely to prove that on
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Production Grand by mitzysman @ Today at 04:05 PM

http://productiongrand.com/ has some Holiday sales on there pianos ? I know you need a full version on Kontakt - how does it compare to other other latest offerings like Ravenscroft and Ivory American D ? Getting the itch to add another piano
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