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Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Why It's Impossible to Tune a Piano by pyropaul @ Today at 05:55 PM

Originally Posted By oldmancoyoteOriginally Posted By pyropaul Your mathematical definition of ET is correct, though, for any instrument where the partials happen to also be harmonics. This is not the case in a pianoThis IS the case in any repeating
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Poll: Debussy vs Rachmaninoff by toyboy @ Today at 05:53 PM

Whatever. I wouldnt have contributed if Mark hadn't gotten my brain humming when comparing composers and ice cream! But aside from the merits of this thread, it got me thinking that I get the most out of this website when I can ask about technical pr
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Roland FP30 out of tune? by terminaldegree @ Today at 05:47 PM

Originally Posted By Rex Tremendae Last time I tested one, I gave it the "Prelude/Angry Young Man" by Billy Joel treatment. Being piano players, I'll assume those reading this will know what that means! The response didn't impress me. It d
Piano Forum
Originally Posted By JonathandavidOriginally Posted By oldmancoyoteOriginally Posted By JonathandavidPlus a new piano will last longer, thus hold it's value longer.Oh, please. A new piano will depreciate faster - whatever one pays in VAT or sales tax
Piano Forum
Originally Posted By JonathandavidI must say I respectfully disagree with a couple opinions in here. There is no musical advantage to an upright over a grand piano. Mr. Fine says as much. From the Piano Buyer, Larry speaking: "Despite the
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Jump to new posts Re: Freddie Mercury's Fazioli - Sample library by DiarmuidD @ Today at 05:40 PM

Originally Posted By oldmancoyoteOriginally Posted By DiarmuidD I never made it that big! Think more Wigmore Hall and less Wembley. I for one prefer the type of music played in Wigmore Hall (or Bechstein Hall, as it was originally) to what is normall
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Originally Posted By oldmancoyoteOriginally Posted By JonathandavidPlus a new piano will last longer, thus hold it's value longer.Oh, please. A new piano will depreciate faster - whatever one pays in VAT or sales tax is out of the window the second t
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Jump to new posts Re: Ritmüller versus Seiler by terminaldegree @ Today at 05:35 PM

You will also notice there are several 50" verticals included in the Piano Buyer "Staff Picks" list. It has sometimes been my experience that at 52" and above, the piano might not actually be as balanced tonally, but that isn't
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: YAMAHA p-Series by peterws @ Today at 05:35 PM

Its just you and Fer at the moment. . .whats the weather doin in your neck o the woods? .
Piano Forum
Sarir97, To answer your question, either piano would probably suit your purpose so I might encourage you to seriously consider the Weber. The Yamaha is a fine piano, but I don't think you would be disappointed at all with the Weber and you will sav
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Originally Posted By JonathandavidPlus a new piano will last longer, thus hold it's value longer.Oh, please. A new piano will depreciate faster - whatever one pays in VAT or sales tax is out of the window the second the sale is agreed, and it goes wo
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: YAMAHA p-Series by mischeli @ Today at 05:28 PM

there are a lot of negative people here, jealous egoists... This is common. They think too much but wrong , always.
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Jump to new posts Re: Freddie Mercury's Fazioli - Sample library by oldmancoyote @ Today at 05:25 PM

Originally Posted By DiarmuidD I never made it that big! Think more Wigmore Hall and less Wembley. I for one prefer the type of music played in Wigmore Hall (or Bechstein Hall, as it was originally) to what is normally heard at Wembley - and I don't
Piano Forum
I must say I respectfully disagree with a couple opinions in here. There is no musical advantage to an upright over a grand piano. Mr. Fine says as much. An upright still has an upright action which is absolutely inferior to a grand action. Also,
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Yamaha Montage by oldmancoyote @ Today at 05:19 PM

Originally Posted By NotaBeneAbout Fukushima and electrical bills, the point is simple, a workstation is about 15 to 30W/H under 1A, when a DAW station with all the peripherals, is easily 300 to 500 Watts under 3 to 6A. People in the middle class in
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Queen Elisabeth Competition by fnork @ Today at 05:14 PM

The finals are now over. Voting is taking place, and results will be out soon I suppose...I've been traveling too much lately to follow closely. But I reckon there has been some excellent performances throughout the finals.
Adult Beginners Forum
We share the same teacher and it is going quite well. We started with him teaching my daughter oboe. A year later she started piano lessons with him too (after we acquired a digital piano). 6 months later I decided I wanted to try to relearn piano,
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Why It's Impossible to Tune a Piano by oldmancoyote @ Today at 05:02 PM

Originally Posted By BDB"There is no problem so difficult that you cannot look at it in the right way and make it much more difficult." Very true. I guess a more precise title of the thread (given the starting point in the video) could
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Why music, when you can improv? by JackMusic @ Today at 05:01 PM

https://www.youtube.com/user/dafeneo/videos
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Yamaha Montage by NotaBene @ Today at 04:59 PM

Oh come on I buy all my musical stuff second hand practically! About Fukushima and electrical bills, the point is simple, a workstation is about 15 to 30W/H under 1A, when a DAW station with all the peripherals, is easily 300 to 500 Watts under 3 to
Adult Beginners Forum
Depending on your natural ability it really is a matter of years to learn to play piano properly with both hands - u need to have good finger independence and also build up the correct strength in your hands It's a matter of constant daily practice
Members Recordings - Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: The Best music recording equipment by BobTB @ Today at 04:57 PM

Oh, and check this out: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_V9qidXgTdw
Members Recordings - Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: The Best music recording equipment by BobTB @ Today at 04:54 PM

1. You will need a pair of stereo microphones, perhaps a set of OKtava Mk 012 which goes for around 300€ will do 2. It is easy to sync, no problem 3. You will need a computer of some sort with suitable inputs, or perhaps a zoom H5 recorder (or some
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Freddie Mercury's Fazioli - Sample library by DiarmuidD @ Today at 04:53 PM

Originally Posted By joe80Originally Posted By DiarmuidDOriginally Posted By joe80Originally Posted By WavesfactoryOriginally Posted By joe80Jesús, just because the studio opened in '89 we don't know if Freddie bought the piano in '89 or if the pian
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Why It's Impossible to Tune a Piano by BDB @ Today at 04:46 PM

If you define a perfect octave as a pitch which is essentially beatless with the note it is an octave above, and which has a frequency approximately twice of it, that is reasonable for a piano and many other instruments. It is fuzzy, and can be refin
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