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Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Help with best octave sizes by BDB @ Today at 11:21 AM

This topic has certainly run off the rails!
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Scales/Arpeggios/Block Chords Book? by Michiyo-Fir @ Today at 11:20 AM

I played piano for many years as a child and stopped for about 8 years in between. But recently I've started to play again and I find myself lacking in many of the technical skills I used to have. I did the RCM levels when I was young and if my mem
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Just Tried a Steinway A at a Friend's place by chasingrainbows @ Today at 11:15 AM

Originally Posted By adamp88Originally Posted By pianoman9 There's no such thing as a price set in stone. You should go haggle with a Steinway dealer, then. good luck with that! I never had any.
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Memorizing After Learning Process Or... by BruceD @ Today at 11:13 AM

I don't think that one can generalize about the learning and memorization process. Some memorize as they are working on a piece, others make an effort to memorize after "learning the notes." Each of us should find the way that works bes
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
From what I've found on the Web, the P85 and P95 both use the "GHS" action. As DP actions go, it's on the "lightweight" end of the scale. Is there a "Touch" parameter in the P95 menus system? If so, set it as low as y
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Piano Recitals by UNKNOWN pianists. by phantomFive @ Today at 11:09 AM

I guess all of those could be overcome except the lack of audience lol.....can't do much about that unless you have a seriously amazing promoter.
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Pianoteq U4 has gone very quiet . . by David Farley @ Today at 11:07 AM

Did you press the middle pedal? Yamaha uprights actually do have a mute feature. The middle pedal drops a bar of felt over the strings for quiet practice. I can't believe Pianoteq would emulate that, but they do aim to please.
Pianist Corner
Originally Posted By Morodiene[...]Most people don't care about degrees, they just want to be moved by your music. If you go into education, having the degree can be a slight advantage, but still, having the equivalent experience in performing is bet
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Buying advice by terminaldegree @ Today at 11:00 AM

Well, I guess you can play a little Haydn on it and see if it articulates well enough to satisfy… Finding a small, economy-priced grand that does everything well is going to be a bit of a challenge, but you're right to consider what all is out the
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Originally Posted By paradiceWould be interested to see what a salesman recommended at a shop that sold all 3 brands! Probably whichever gets him the biggest commission.
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Roland RP401 or Kawai CN25 ? by Ben Boule @ Today at 10:54 AM

The CN25 also has a USB output for recording wav/mp3. I believe the RP401 is an older model. It was the equivalent of the F120. If you like the look, you might consider the F130R instead, that is the newer model in a different case. You would
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Schumann Themed Recital Discussion Thread by outo @ Today at 10:48 AM

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Jump to new posts Re: Schumann Themed Recital Discussion Thread by outo @ Today at 10:47 AM

Originally Posted By sinophiliaouto, thank you for your comment... but is there any music you like? It looks like you hate so many composers. What kind of music do you like to play? I love so many composers! There aren't that many I hate really, th
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Help choosing stage piano by deypo @ Today at 10:46 AM

Hello, I need help choosing a stage piano. I own a Nord Electro 4d, which I love. I want to add a second fully weighted keyboard. I need it to be very lightweight and portable, I move by public transportation. Are there any 73 or 76 keys piano action
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Help with best octave sizes by UnrightTooner @ Today at 10:45 AM

Rafael: "Closing the circle" Hmmmm... Yes, a set of CM3s "closes the circle" as does a set of 4 Cm3s, 2 TTs, 6 M2s, 12 semitones or 12 SBIs. Depending on the number of intervals and the amount of tempering, each of these require
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Buying advice by noisy123 @ Today at 10:44 AM

Thanks so much for your reply. It is invaluable. I had the same impression. The tone is pleasant, mellow, almost loungy. My concern is that, although I love the warm buttery tone, it may be challenging to some musical genres, say classical. Was that
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Easy pieces in B major for begginers by noobpianist90 @ Today at 10:40 AM

I remember from Bernhard's post that B major scale is the easiest to play, that's why he teaches his students the B major scale first. It's definitely not the easiest to read. You'll be making things harder for yourself if you start learning pieces i
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Things Top Practicers Do Differently by Dru Morgan @ Today at 10:37 AM

I knew a guy who found some results with just anecdotal evidence.
Adult Beginners Forum
I went that quickly, too, but soon enough, you'll find your "level" and then slow down to actually have to work at a piece. Then, for kicks, I started over and re-played the first parts with more understanding. Congratulations, and welc
Adult Beginners Forum
Hello Everyone, I just received my "Alfred's Basic Adult Piano Couse" (All-In-One) Level 1, in the mail yesterday. I've worked through to page 23 since last evening. I know it seem like I'm rushing it, but I've started a couple other m
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Thanks. Have been to guitarguitar before but they don't have Kawai. Plenty Roland dealers but not so many Kawai unfortunately. Funnily enough the shops I've been to that don't have Kawai say they're nothing special! I'm swaying towards Kawai tbh b
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Schumann Themed Recital Discussion Thread by sinophilia @ Today at 10:30 AM

outo, thank you for your comment... but is there any music you like? It looks like you hate so many composers. What kind of music do you like to play?
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Easy pieces in B major for begginers by outo @ Today at 10:25 AM

Originally Posted By AceitunaMinuet in G trasposed to B major: https://musescore.com/user/131491/scores/753401 Please, any advice? Stop obsessing about B major. Learn this in the original key first and then transpose it into every other one, studyi
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Help with best octave sizes by Gadzar @ Today at 10:24 AM

Self correcting comes when you get informed you are wrong, by how much and in what direction. In a P4/P5 sequence you must tune all and every note to see if the circle closes and you have no info about what you did! Even if the circle closes you are
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
1) Would you welcome it if a company produced a reasonably priced, 5-octave keyboard with a range of F to F instead of C to C? A: I'd place an order right now, sight unseen, as long as it had reasonably decent weighted keys (on the order of Casio PX
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