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Originally Posted By: Roy123Originally Posted By: KurtZOTOH, most of us at least semi-sophisticated and educated reader shed the occasionally excessive hyperbole exhibited by some dealer members (not just E.McM.) without having to demand a grand-ju
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You just have to go to your doctor and explain your symptoms. He should be able to take it from there. Of course, if you stop playing piano and the pain goes away that would be a hint.
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Jump to new posts Re: Cliburn Video Contest Recital by Tim Adrianson @ Yesterday at 01:13 PM

Hi there, SiFi -- Very musical, satisfying performances! If you enter the 2016 Van Cliburn Amateur and play at that level, you're virtually assured of getting into the Semi-Finals, IMO. Thanks for sharing these!
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Jump to new posts Re: DVD recording by BruceD @ Yesterday at 01:13 PM

Any camera that allows you to take videos which can be downloaded to a computer will give you a product which you can transfer to a DVD. That means most modern digital SLR cameras as well as some point-and-shoot compact digital cameras. Even a smart
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) by griffin2417 @ Yesterday at 01:07 PM

Hi everyone! Thanks for all of the great postings this week. I'm looking forward to posting some classical music on Sunday. Here is something by Joni Mitchell that I've enjoyed listening to. Enjoy the rest of your Saturday!
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts DVD recording by jtattoo @ Yesterday at 12:45 PM

I am considering entering a competition that requires a DVD of a selected work. I don't own a DVD camera. Any ideas on how to proceed with this project? Thanks
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Jump to new posts Re: Unison detuning? by bkw58 @ Yesterday at 12:45 PM

I had to "de-tune" unisons on one occasion. For an elderly person with two hearing aids clean unisons just didn't sound right. Had to go back and put a slight wave in each treble unison. It was both lengthy and maddening. Glad it only happe
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Jump to new posts Re: Unison detuning? by David Jenson @ Yesterday at 12:44 PM

The really great thing about pianos is that they have auto-detuning unisons.
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Jump to new posts Re: Buying a piano by TBell @ Yesterday at 12:42 PM

I see KG-2 models that often appear in the private market such as CL. You might consider broadening your search area and like others have said, be patient.
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts upgrade from Kawai CN34 to CA65 - how much to pay by khopin @ Yesterday at 12:39 PM

Hello Finally I had the opportunity to try a CA65 today and could appreciate the BIG differences between both. The GF action is definitely much better. It's very very nice, realistic, easy to play and enjoyable. I was very surprised after playing on
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Jump to new posts Re: 4 vs 3, Practice slow or fast? by Pover @ Yesterday at 12:37 PM

PL, I meant to say that when I kind of just do it, it somehow works. If I keep doing it then it becomes much more precise, but I still want to make sure I'm doing it correctly. (Meant to say that if I ease up on concentrating too hard on lining it
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Jump to new posts Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) by fizikisto @ Yesterday at 12:36 PM

Something for a saturday afternoon. Love this with just the piano, my favorite version of my favorite Bowie song:
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Originally Posted By: chernobieffAxiom #2 You can have heavy hammers and a light action. Why? Because focusing on one element of the design is the problem with the light hammer idea. Actually, I think its rather gimmicky. Only if static downweight
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Musescore playing my dp ? by Pollux @ Yesterday at 12:30 PM

Thanks Wildpig, I didn't expect to have it up and running so soon. This will make a nice addition to a showcase of my gear. Now I'm having a look at VanBasco player; this one should be a piece of cake... Benoit on CVP407
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Jump to new posts Re: Most Difficult? by phantomFive @ Yesterday at 12:29 PM

Originally Posted By: wrOriginally Posted By: SiFiOriginally Posted By: phantomFiveThe hardest one is the one that has technique you are not good at. I don't think anyone's played Ligeti Etude 14A, though. Whether that's because it's hard, or because
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Jump to new posts Re: Buying a piano by Carbonblob @ Yesterday at 12:25 PM

hey Tim1889, Having a Blak model (in the RX series) was very different from a regular RX at the time of my purchase. There was actually a lot of changes in the RX vs RX Blak. Some structural and many cosmetic. Terminal mentioned all GX'x have the B
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Jump to new posts Re: Seiler 186 Maestro Grand by Sam4 @ Yesterday at 12:25 PM

Originally Posted By: MarkarianCorrect me if I'm wrong, but isn't any grand that's been properly prepped for sale a display model? As much as I love unboxing videos, I don't think it would be practical with a grand Yes it probably is, what he's on
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Jump to new posts Re: Buying a piano by Sam4 @ Yesterday at 12:21 PM

Good advice. I;ve always found Kawai's interesting despite their rather more budget status (atleast that's what they're price like around here in Glasgow) on the used market in comparison to everything else, but they do seem to make very competent pi
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Jump to new posts Re: Seiler 186 Maestro Grand by Markarian @ Yesterday at 12:19 PM

Correct me if I'm wrong, but isn't any grand that's been properly prepped for sale a display model? As much as I love unboxing videos, I don't think it would be practical with a grand
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Seiler 186 Maestro Grand by Sam4 @ Yesterday at 12:13 PM

Hi guys I've just noticed that the Edinburgh Piano Company has just put up an ex-display Seiler 186 Maestro for £24,500. Looks pretty good, I've heard good things said of Seiler Pianos, I have played their 116 upright I think it was, and I really
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Jump to new posts Re: 4 vs 3, Practice slow or fast? by pianoloverus @ Yesterday at 12:08 PM

Originally Posted By: PoverPL, I tried practicing the LH with the metronome, cycling it like 10 times to make sure I get the correct movement in the arm (I felt that if I had a constant arm movement which kind of just cycles then I can ease up on the
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: How is this possible? by kaanguner @ Yesterday at 12:02 PM

Can i move the second Ped Sign's ending point one note forward? This way it's just not ergonomic. There is no good fingering for it... And I think Kissin http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yepl8MG6vRg here plays the same way mostly except the one I'm
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: 4 vs 3, Practice slow or fast? by Pover @ Yesterday at 11:52 AM

Thanks for the suggestions everyone. PL, I tried practicing the LH with the metronome, cycling it like 10 times to make sure I get the correct movement in the arm (I felt that if I had a constant arm movement which kind of just cycles then I can ea
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Recording p105 to mac by Frédéric L @ Yesterday at 11:52 AM

It seems that Yamaha devices are not MIDI-USB Class compliant and then need a specific driver. A look at the MIDI-USB driver sources of Linux shows 3 initialization functions : * for USB MIDI Class compliant devices, * for Yamaha devices, * for some
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Opinions on Roland F130R by Jay Roland @ Yesterday at 11:47 AM

Originally Posted By: Charles CohenOriginally Posted By: voxpopsCharles, thanks for your impressions. When you say RD-80, do you actually mean FP-80 (the one with built-in speakers)? Or do you mean the RD-800 stage piano (with no speakers). I assume
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