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Jump to new posts Re: Klavins piano - their concert grand by Wilhelm6 @ 04/15/14 06:43 PM

Interestingly wikipedia (English version and German version) has a David KLAVINS (in Latvian: Davids KLAVINS) microsite. "...This led to model 408, which is currently scheduled to enter production in summer 2014..." "...In order to pur
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Different place, different perspective. by toddy @ 04/15/14 06:43 PM

On holiday for a week in Liverpool, England. This provides a welcome new perspective on pianos and digital pianos: 1. Each house we've been in has a piano. A real piano, not a digital. The one in the house of our hosts is in poor condition - think s
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Need Mozart 16 Sonata advice by Dahny @ 04/15/14 06:33 PM

Hi, I've recently started playing Mozart's 16 sonata and I have a couple of questions about it. I have problems at high speed with the last left hand semiquaver arpeggios at the end of the first part. Any tips on how to master playing them in comb
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: QOTW: Piano faux pas you care to share? by Stubbie @ 04/15/14 06:30 PM

Originally Posted By: JohnSprungI kinda hesitate to mention it, but it's actually "faut pas", meaning "ought not". "faux pas" would be "false not". And I hesitate to reply.... Webster's New Collegiate Di
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Double String Unison (DSU) Tuning Technique by Mark Cerisano, RPT @ 04/15/14 06:29 PM

Beat matching for big changes. Shimming for small. Tuning golf. Beat matching is the drive off the tees. Shimming is the putting. Par 3. Really should only need two shims maximum. I got a double bogey I think.
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: How to make a digital piano action quieter? by Joe Garfield @ 04/15/14 06:28 PM

There are a few different things that lead to action noise. The Casios seem to be the most prone to suffering from many of them. My two inparticular (PX310, PX330) had a lot of noise from the deflection of the plastic case. It was quieted down with d
Adult Beginners Forum
This is my first time listening and first time posting. As others have said, I'm impressed by the quality--really humbled by the quality. Even with errors, or still undeveloped dynamics or phrasing. it's obvious that there's thought and musicality i
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Double String Unison (DSU) Tuning Technique by Mark Cerisano, RPT @ 04/15/14 06:25 PM

Not to one side, in the middle, within limits.
Pianist Corner
Philip Ball's The Music Instinct has some very interesting points about the evolutionary basis for music. As does Oliver Sacks' Musicophilia. On the more intense end, if you have access to an academic library then check out Deliége and Sloboda'
Composer's Lounge
Jump to new posts Re: a composing challenge? by Ritzycat @ 04/15/14 06:22 PM

I can post Pdfs, but i'm not sure how to upload them to here as a PDF.
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Double String Unison (DSU) Tuning Technique by Mark Cerisano, RPT @ 04/15/14 06:19 PM

Yes. I use windows. Not the software. Example. Octave window 4:2 and 6:3. On that piano, it was so small. Very precise. In treble I use P5 window to fit three notes into. Very precise and accurate.
Pianist Corner
Originally Posted By: JoelWNewton said that the planets were attracted to the sun by an inverse square force. He proved that if you make this assumption, the planets will orbit the sun in conic sections. Then he proved the converse, that if planets o
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: What's a Stencil Piano? by iObsessed @ 04/15/14 06:09 PM

Originally Posted By: Minnesota MartyOne thing about the Boston is that Kawai has been very open about the fact that it is indeed very different than their own pianos. Steinway also maintains that the Essex is a proprietary design but I have never r
Pianist Corner
Originally Posted By: JoelWLast time I checked, experimentation was a part of science. It certainly is, but to make assertions, you first have to actually understand what is meant by fact and theory and law. You aren't grasping these topics correctl
Pianist Corner
Originally Posted By: AtrysThat's just not how science works...not even close. Is that right? Last time I checked, experimentation was a part of science.
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Originally Posted By: aymeric106Thank you for all the nice pictures and videos. Can't you isolate the keybed from the case with little 'silent blocks? edit: that' s what you did :-) Also what about the solution here http://www.pianoworld.com/
Pianist Corner
Originally Posted By: AtrysOriginally Posted By: wrIt seems to me that a static and universal musical truth is that humans across time and culture seem to have this idea that something we call "music" can occur. That strongly suggests to m
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Question on Chord Progressions by jjo @ 04/15/14 06:01 PM

That seems right, although I only saw a small excerpt of the tune.
Pianist Corner
Originally Posted By: Old Man Also, the existence of god is unfalsifiable, so no proof is possible, either "for" or "against". This is incorrect. Victor Stenger has a book entitled "God: The Failed Hypothesis" in w
Pianist Corner
@JoelW That's just not how science works...not even close. Since you think you've figured it all out, go ahead and approach the university nearest to you. You will not be taken seriously as a person who has a gross misunderstanding of the scientifi
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Any CA-95 owner got an answer... by lolatu @ 04/15/14 05:56 PM

This is an old thread, but looking at the CA93 block diagram, which I assume has similarities to the CA95, it goes something like this: Code: Sound gen --> Volume --> Line In ---------------> Mix ---> HP amp --> Line out
Pianist Corner
Originally Posted By: DamonOriginally Posted By: Old Man "I believe Hillary Clinton will be the next president of the US." If she is, I will consider it definitive proof that there is no God. Sorry, Damon. Just one of those &qu
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: blog by adultpianist @ 04/15/14 05:55 PM

Good stuff.
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: April Piano Bar by peterws @ 04/15/14 05:53 PM

Originally Posted By: pianonewbie1Originally Posted By: peterwspianonewbie1 What`s with this "Beer, please" business? That`s what underage drinkers ask for . . . and get shown the door! Yes; it happened to me . . . . few years ago now.
Pianist Corner
Newton said that the planets were attracted to the sun by an inverse square force. He proved that if you make this assumption, the planets will orbit the sun in conic sections. Then he proved the converse, that if planets orbit in conic sections, the
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