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Jump to new posts Re: Kawai MP7 changing rhythms by Kawai James @ Yesterday at 08:05 PM

kiwikeys, I believe the drum rhythms immediately start on the first beat when being selected. Are you suggesting that the newly selected drum rhythm should wait until the next measure before changing? Cheers, James x
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: OT: Windows 10 by MacMacMac @ Yesterday at 08:05 PM

You've missed the point ...Originally Posted By Doritos FlavouredOriginally Posted By MacMacMacBut none of my apps will run on Linux. Few of my document files are fully compatible. And re-training is expensive.are you sure. I've heard those excuses f
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Jump to new posts Need advice on recording with Zoom H2 by twocats @ Yesterday at 08:03 PM

I spent a good chunk of today trying to make a recording on my Zoom H2 that I haven't touched in about five years. First I figured out how to record (need to press the "record" button TWICE, the first time is to check levels), and then fig
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Jump to new posts Re: Pictures and video of new M&H BB by twocats @ Yesterday at 07:59 PM

Very nice! Just wondering - are you left-handed?
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Jump to new posts Re: Searching for a new grand piano! by twocats @ Yesterday at 07:57 PM

I made a recording! Had some technical difficulties (will post another thread on this) but hope this captures some of Bo's sound Tchaikovsky - June
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Jump to new posts Re: Advice and info request: Colley & Co 1800's Square Grand by PaulMarentette @ Yesterday at 07:55 PM

Thank you David-G! Appreciate your comments and have poured over Tom's site and emailed him this evening.
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Help choosing stage piano by OneWatt @ Yesterday at 07:54 PM

Originally Posted By ElmerJFuddCan you save the flat 127 velocity curve with your patch?. For example, is it the default curve for the stock organ patches? To just say "yes" would be an understatement ... You can save any of the touch/v
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Jump to new posts Re: Pictures and video of new M&H BB by benjamink @ Yesterday at 07:53 PM

Karl - keep in mind the recording is from a cheap camcorder. I've found it severely compresses dynamic range. Playing mezzo forte and fortissimo both come off as forte. With that said, the piano can generate quite a bit of sound if the performer dema
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Jump to new posts Re: My visit to the Steinway Piano Gallery to assess pianos by shirlkirsten @ Yesterday at 07:48 PM

agree on Boston and Steinway B as having a nice tone/touch.
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Jump to new posts Re: WIPAC - Washington Amateur Piano Competition by Mark_C @ Yesterday at 07:48 PM

Originally Posted By SiFiNailed it again! Make sure to tell the jury that you agree with them! I'm actually half-serious. (Well done!) BTW, with the aid of your heads-up, I'm the first to congratulate him on his Facebook page.....
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Jump to new posts Re: WIPAC - Washington Amateur Piano Competition by SiFi @ Yesterday at 07:44 PM

Originally Posted By SiFiMy projection: 1. Cheung 2. Liu 3. Liao My favorite from yesterday, Max Sung, was hampered by his repertoire selection in my opinion. I don't think he'll make the podium. Nailed it again!
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Jump to new posts Re: why c3x is much more expensive than c2x? by Markarian @ Yesterday at 07:37 PM

I always felt that Kawais had more character and personality than their Yamaha counterparts, but that's just me.
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Progressive Beat Speeds Tuned Aurally in One Pass! by Gadzar @ Yesterday at 07:33 PM

Kees, In fact the M6s are there. In the M6 inside M3 tests.
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Jump to new posts Re: Pictures and video of new M&H BB by Markarian @ Yesterday at 07:31 PM

Okay excellent BB porn and your playing puts mine to shame, but holy crap your music room. It's perfect, I'm in awe.
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Help choosing stage piano by ElmerJFudd @ Yesterday at 07:26 PM

Can you save the flat 127 velocity curve with your patch?. For example, is it the default curve for the stock organ patches?
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Jump to new posts Re: Site reading and muscle memory by dmd @ Yesterday at 07:25 PM

Certainly. The more experience and the more skill you have, the easier it is to learn to play things. BTW ... The spelling of "Site" should be "S I G H T". Since you are going to be using that word quite a bit in this thread,
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Jump to new posts Re: Adult beginner online help by 88slowpoke @ Yesterday at 07:25 PM

Thanks all for your thoughts. Ataru, I can't speak for all teachers, just the ones I have met. And yes, I'm developing a bit of annoyance with said teachers. You would cringe at some of the things I heard from them. I'm actually just as happy to be
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Jump to new posts Re: Pictures and video of new M&H BB by Karl Watson @ Yesterday at 07:24 PM

Impressive performance of an EXTREMELY difficult work. Bravo. The room is beautiful and serenely harmonious. Piano is loud. It must be very powerful in that space. The NEW Mason sound. Hmm. Karl Watson, Staten Island, NY
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Tips for removing leather key bushings? by Olek @ Yesterday at 07:24 PM

the usual method use a strip done with a folded towel piece, moistened then ironed. enough heat soften the glue and it goes out with the cloth. a cleaning is necessary to scrape residual glue if any. leather tend to retract and get very inconsiste
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Jump to new posts Re: My visit to the Steinway Piano Gallery to assess pianos by shirlkirsten @ Yesterday at 07:19 PM

Thanks, Rich.. Justin is definitely well-informed and a joy to interview. Thanks for your kind comments. And yes Boston and Steinway were exemplary samples.
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Jump to new posts Re: Pictures and video of new M&H BB by dynamobt @ Yesterday at 07:19 PM

More bright than my vintage BB. But, a lovely piano.
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Jump to new posts Re: Parson's Buys a Significant Interest in Grotrian by Steve Cohen @ Yesterday at 07:08 PM

I was just released from my source (an excellent one) who had told me, originally in confidence, that Parsons bought a majority interest in Grotrian. I was also told that Burkhard Stein, the current CEO would remain.
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Site reading and muscle memory by Sebs @ Yesterday at 07:07 PM

Hi All - Does the ability to gain muscle memory of a song become faster as you gain more experience? For example, say after one year of practice I began learning a song, Clocks by coldplay. It took 3-4 months to play smoothly and this is while site
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Help choosing stage piano by OneWatt @ Yesterday at 07:06 PM

Originally Posted By SebsWith that said. I have tried all out except MP7 I wait until I try the MP7 before purchasing one. As for the organ action I don't think I'll use that very often if at all. Thanks so much for all the help. Its tough to decide
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