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Jump to new posts Re: Ocean Etude vs Revolutionary Etude by benjamink @ 02/12/16 09:46 PM

Originally Posted By jonnyboy126played both, revolutionary is harder. once you learn the ocean, the patterns play themselves for the most part. in the revolutionary, the l.h. has some really tricky, intricate stuff. much riskier to perform, it can ea
Piano Teachers Forum
Jump to new posts Re: At age 45, what are the limitations? by pavanne1 @ 02/12/16 09:43 PM

My oldest student is 84 a retired dentist. She is doing quite well. There are plenty of careers you can do without being a piano master. I have known adults who have studied the Suzuki method, played through book 7 and then auditioned and attended t
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Ocean Etude vs Revolutionary Etude by gooddog @ 02/12/16 09:40 PM

The Revolutionary Etude requires fast finger work and IMO is much easier than the Ocean. I found the Ocean Etude, with its sweeping arpeggios and voicing, to be much more challenging. The patterns didn't come easily to me and I actually never finishe
Piano Teachers Forum
Don't people realize that they are spending thousands of dollars on lessons! It just doesn't make any sense to me not to secure the right piano and carve out time for practice. I've come to the conclusion some people just like the idea of having t
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Ocean Etude vs Revolutionary Etude by boo1234 @ 02/12/16 09:26 PM

For me, the Ocean etude is harder. It requires a lot of stamina!
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: PianoForAll by TheodorN @ 02/12/16 09:21 PM

R_B, I might even get the update, probably more enjoyable to watch the videos in HD, and with the extra inserted keyboard, not to mention the added clarity. Dmd, if the videos are in HD, then you have the new ones.
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Fundamental Keys Group by cmybliss @ 02/12/16 09:18 PM

Montuno Fabulous! I really liked listening to your recording. Hearing those 1/4 notes sounding nice and even is very encouraging. I gave Parallel Motion a go last night and did find it quite simple. Still working on the dynamics. My spinet doesn'
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Pianodisc install/upgrade pros and cons? by mopac01 @ 02/12/16 09:17 PM

Well, it's been 11 months and perhaps your in laws are no longer in the market. But on the chance you're still considering this..... I would suggest you consider an antique upright and having it rebuilt. You have to go back nearly a century but pi
Piano Photo Gallery - Pictures of Pianos
Jump to new posts Bridge & Pin Block Concerns by Bez @ 02/12/16 08:56 PM

Are these potential problems in an old piano?
Composer's Lounge
Jump to new posts Re: a Finale stem length issue by TheHappyPianoMuse @ 02/12/16 08:52 PM

You guys have me sleuthing how to elongate those note stems. And yes ... you can adjust stem lengths in MuseScore. And now I remember fiddling with the cross beams so they wouldn't collide with the staff lines. Right mouse click and edit.
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Jump to new posts Re: Who sells the best string covers by Chewbacca @ 02/12/16 08:49 PM

Originally Posted By GrandpianomanEdwards String Covers went out of business. I was referred to this company, but have not ordered one yet. http://www.dawsonstringcovers.com/ I ordered from them, they are great. I agree with the other feedbac
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts New Steinway Tokyo showroom with unusual design by pianoloverus @ 02/12/16 08:37 PM

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Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Audacity/Recording problems by jotur @ 02/12/16 08:35 PM

Originally Posted By barbaramYou are quite correct Charles, there is built in conversion, I never realised. This is what I have: Alesis LineLink Stereo 1/4" Jack USB Recording Cable http://www.alesis.com/products/legacy/linelink I have about a
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Hi. I am new and a learner.. by JaydeesLaydee @ 02/12/16 08:25 PM

BTW you guys can call me Beth. I occasionally upload a video of my practice sessions. Here is the latest one I posted a couple days ago. Sorry it's sideways: my tablet doesn't want to auto rotate like it's supposed to sometimes. And btw I accept frie
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: PianoForAll by dmd @ 02/12/16 08:22 PM

I just noticed this thread and I have PianoforAll. So, I just checked mine out to see how it worked within my newly installed Windows 10 environment with a new install of the latest Adobe Reader. Perfect ! Audio clips and movies all work fine. I
Adult Beginners Forum
Jen, I agree with everyone's critique about the sustain pedal or legato (or both). I feel like you could use a bit more of both. It could be the recording in combination with using a keyboard vs acoustic, not sure. I really like your rubato, and the
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Ocean Etude vs Revolutionary Etude by jonnyboy126 @ 02/12/16 08:18 PM

played both, revolutionary is harder. once you learn the ocean, the patterns play themselves for the most part. in the revolutionary, the l.h. has some really tricky, intricate stuff. much riskier to perform, it can easily turn into a mess. that bei
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Lady Gaga... by wr @ 02/12/16 08:15 PM

Originally Posted By laguna_greg Although, there are a few objective distinctions one can draw. Pop music is quite unsophisticated compositionally, and not demanding vocally. I think part of its general appeal is that it lacks that kind of artisti
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Hi. I am new and a learner.. by JaydeesLaydee @ 02/12/16 08:12 PM

I think what I was asking is if anyone was familiar with the White brand player pianos and what they thought of them. I personally like it. I looked up refurbished ones just like it and about fell over at the cost of them: $20k or more! I am poor
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Audacity/Recording problems by Monica K. @ 02/12/16 08:12 PM

Glad to hear you got it all worked out, Cathy! I would've hated to miss you in this recital.
Adult Beginners Forum
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Jump to new posts Re: I ordered a piano bench from Germany by Ataru074 @ 02/12/16 08:09 PM

Originally Posted By DrewBone"Very shagadelic carpet baby, yeah!" - Austin Powers Regards, Andy Relatively cheap way to dampen the sound of the piano :-) Ok, update. I should have ordered this thing a while ago. It's very comfy and
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Ludovico Einaudi by Monica K. @ 02/12/16 08:07 PM

Good news after my disappointing flirtation with the concert in Amsterdam: I read on Facebook that Einaudi was appearing in Toronto on October 14th. That's a much more affordable trip from Kentucky than Amsterdam, and I quickly got hubby to agree t
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts What to do with older pianodisc system? by mosspianotuning @ 02/12/16 08:02 PM

Hi all- I recently acquired a Knabe upright with an older Pianodisc 128plus system. I have read several threads on converting midi files to pianodisc format and playing them through the system...potentially setting up wireless connectivity. Throu
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Ocean Etude vs Revolutionary Etude by Ramzi @ 02/12/16 08:00 PM

I am currently working on Ocean Etude, and I really like it. I am about halfway there with decent tempo. How does it compare to Revolutionary Etude? I might want to learn that one next. Revolutionary seems to have a faster left hand than Ocean, but t
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