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Jump to new posts Re: A Simulation Investigating the Source of Inharmonicity by alfredo capurso @ Today at 05:25 PM

Originally Posted By: PaintedPostDaveI have just posted a YouTube video that deals with the response of a struck flexible and a stiff string. The emphasis is on the force generated at the bridge and how that leads to inharmonicity for the stiff strin
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Jump to new posts Re: Is this Schumann Upright bass bridge Salvageable? by bellspiano @ Today at 05:22 PM

Thank you, Del, Zeno, and SMHaley, for your wisdom, and thank you, Paul678, for your suggestion. I will take appropriate steps.
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Jump to new posts Charles R Walter upright by landorrano @ Today at 05:19 PM

Hello. I had a look at a Charles R Walter upright. A rare bird in these parts, the owners had spent some time in the USA and brought it back to the Old Continent with them. It dates from the late 70s, and has apparently always been tuned regularly.
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Does anybody know about Hayes London? by Sam4 @ Today at 05:16 PM

Hi I was just playin my old Hayes Upright again today and I was wondering if anybody knew much about the piano maker Hayes London. I was talking to Martin Smith of Peter Smith's pianos in Paisley and he did say thatHayes London was an actual maker
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Jump to new posts Re: need help with deciding between digital and acoustic by PianoWorksATL @ Today at 05:13 PM

For an experienced pianist who already knew the ropes and could evaluate for performance vs. compromises, it is possible to find a satisfying instrument, usually on the private market, in the neighborhood of $2k. However, for a student of any age, I
Pianist Corner - Non Classical
Jump to new posts Re: Gypsy Jazz? by Michael Martinez @ Today at 05:03 PM

Originally Posted By: ElssaI never realized he played so many great old standards: Well, didn't he live in the 20s?
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Kawai Console by landorrano @ Today at 04:59 PM

Good evening. I'm still trying to find the time to drive up and examine this Kawai Console. In the meantime the owner has sent me some photos, from which I have learned that the model is 801-F. There's an image of a section of the hammers. M
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Musescore playing my dp ? by lolatu @ Today at 04:55 PM

I've just spent about an hour fiddling with this, and can't get it to work. JACK does not see MuseScore in its MIDI Connections. I don't know what any of those -X -R -S option things mean. It seems to be written mainly for Unix systems. edit: now it
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Musescore playing my dp ? by Pollux @ Today at 04:52 PM

Thanks Wildpig for your quick reply. I think your last post on the second link (Success finally!) will help me a lot. I'll have to do some testing though: my Musescore version is 1.3 and is the french version. Should work anyway hopefully. I'll keep
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Pianoteq vs Digital Piano vs Acoustic Piano by wildpig @ Today at 04:51 PM

Originally Posted By: dmdIn my opinion, the way to best utilize Pianoteq is to accept it as you would any piano that you purchased. The Pianoteq sound is not the finest piano sound ever heard. It is, however, a reasonably nice sound and beautiful
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: 4 vs 3, Practice slow or fast? by pianoloverus @ Today at 04:39 PM

Originally Posted By: PoverPL, do you suggest I go back to practicing HS to make sure everything is ABSOLUTELY even? I think that could help, but IDK when to stop :PWhen the passages are played at a reasonable speed(not necessarily the final goal spe
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Originally Posted By: Paul678 Not trying to belittle the great field of piano work, but when you've been an engineer for 30 plus years, minor repairs on pianos don't seem too difficult. I've learned how to make stable tunings with Tunelab, and one
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Opinions on Roland F130R by Sushi Hammer @ Today at 04:34 PM

Whoa! Yes, that was a huge error on my part. You are rigtht, I got the price reversed big time. Quote:I also wanted to mention that I had two other candidates in this price category, before I got the Roland: the Kawai ES100, a little less than $200
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Jump to new posts Re: How Much Are Piano Lessons Usually by PFred @ Today at 04:33 PM

I pay $80/month for weekly 30 minute lessons at the local music store here in NorthEast PA (USA).
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Pianoteq vs Digital Piano vs Acoustic Piano by Doritos Flavoured @ Today at 04:22 PM

Originally Posted By: David FarleyOriginally Posted By: dmdOriginally Posted By: MossySFThe properties of quantum mechanics make our universe look like a computer simulation. In other words, a computer simulation can't be subdivided beyond the 0-1 d
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: 4 vs 3, Practice slow or fast? by Pover @ Today at 04:18 PM

@225: I know what you mean. I'm no genius by any means, and I'm sure both of us can agree on that. Lately I'm striving to get pieces to a really high level, and not just learn them. I've started noticing this particularly in the Debussy arabesque, wh
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: easy to move keyboard by slowtraveler @ Today at 04:18 PM

Excellent advice from other posters here! May I add another word? I recommend, as other posters have mentioned, that before making a final decision about a keyboard, you create a specific inventory of stuff you'll have to schlep around *besides* the
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Mason & Hamlin Opinions by SMHaley @ Today at 04:18 PM

A Mason & Hamlin BB is a wonderful instrument. Get a great technician to evaluate it. If it has been well maintained that is quite a find!
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Need recommendations for where to buy a piano? by chasingrainbows @ Today at 04:16 PM

Originally Posted By: bkw58http://www.lindebladpiano.com/pianos/ In NJ and they do good work as well. Hi Bob, I'm thinking of visiting Lindeblad. Are you from the area? Have you purchased a piano from Lindeblad or know anyone who has? I'm a bi
Piano Teachers Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Flashcards and improved score reading by A443 @ Today at 04:15 PM

Finale Notepad doesn't hide the staff... NoteWorthy is not available for Mac... Sibelius is $600...! Any other ideas?!?
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Mason & Hamlin Opinions by chernobieff @ Today at 04:09 PM

One of my favorite pianos! I think the BB is one of the best pianos ever made and I prefer it over a Steinway. There just simply amazing. Designed by Richard Gertz. Have a technician inspect it, whatever is wrong with it ( if any, or any lack of serv
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Originally Posted By: Zeno WoodI will do that, thank you for the suggestion. You are very welcome! (if you can still read this! haha!) I will, of course, return the favor! I'm a PIANO JUNKIE!!! IF YOU CANNOT HELP ME GET MY FIX, YOU BETTER GET
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: contacting with someone of VI Labs by imyself @ Today at 03:52 PM

Hi all, is there someone who has sale his True Keys Piano... if yes, do you have trouble with vi labs? thanks
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Aluminum plating on Steinways? by chasingrainbows @ Today at 03:49 PM

Thanks SMHaley, I'm looking at grands.
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
I will do that, thank you for the suggestion.
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