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Jump to new posts About Feedback by hreichgott @ 07/25/14 12:18 PM

Listeners: please keep feedback to positive comments unless the performer has said he or she would appreciate more of a critique. Performers: if you'd like audience critiques this is the place to say so!
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Jump to new posts Re: Good popular and classical songs for a piano gig? by noobpianist90 @ 07/25/14 12:15 PM

Originally Posted By: fizikistothe 0 is a pretty good distance from the 2 It's not on the Numpad.
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Jump to new posts Re: July Concert Program - Signup and Planning Thread by hreichgott @ 07/25/14 12:13 PM

Posted! http://www.pianoworld.com/forum/ubbthreads.php/topics/2306955.html#Post2306955 see new thread. Cinnamonbear, the reason for limiting participants was so that the program would not become too long. The distinctive feature of this particular r
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Jump to new posts Re: How struts define pitch variation between tunings by Ed McMorrow, RPT @ 07/25/14 12:12 PM

It is the string length that matters for plain wire. Longer strings for a given pitch, change pitch, (for a given dimensional change), less than shorter string lengths. And the ratio between core wire diameter and wrap determines elongation for the w
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Hi Guys Just a quick update, my local tuner Jamie phoned me yesterday, and I told him I had been over at the Edinburgh piano Co and tried this Schimmel grand, plus the bigger Weinbach 192 which didn't really impress us like I expected it to. He sa
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Best Keyboard/Piano 600 light up keys by barabusm @ 07/25/14 12:09 PM

Hello all, I've been playing on a Yamaha E413 for a few years now and have decided its about time i purchased something better. I'm looking for something with good sound production, weighted keys and ideally more keys (88 if possible) but perhaps m
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts July Concert Program - Performance Thread by hreichgott @ 07/25/14 12:08 PM

I am delighted to present our July Concert Program e-cital! Please enjoy these beautiful performances by FSO, Tim Adrianson, Polyphonist, doctor S, and Vid. https://soundcloud.com/pw-concert-programs/july-2014-concert-program Soundcloud has disconti
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Recommend me a setup for jamming at home by Gretel @ 07/25/14 12:07 PM

Hi all, recommend me a setup for having fun jamming at home. I currently have an FP-50 which is connected to a decent set of 2.1 PC speakers. I use it mostly for piano improvisations with and without the internal rhythm patterns. That's it. It's not
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Originally Posted By: Chris LeslieOriginally Posted By: BDBThe point is that sine waves have no partials. Take two sine waves. They will beat, not because partials coincide, but because of combinatorics. I tried this with a simulator with no iH and
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Broken Butt Plate - Replacement part? by Craig Hair @ 07/25/14 11:57 AM

MusicNow, I have a good number of the original clips. If you want to PM me, I can send you what you need. This would justify the time I spent gathering them in the first place. Be well, Craig
Pianist Corner - Non Classical
Jump to new posts Re: First steps for improvisers and composers by SunnyFriday @ 07/25/14 11:55 AM

I second that. Thanks Mark!
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Jump to new posts Re: Best way to dispose of an old piano? by Paul678 @ 07/25/14 11:52 AM

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Jump to new posts Re: SAP Renovation by Rickster @ 07/25/14 11:52 AM

Hey, Alex, I don't mean to give you a hard time, but when I went to the websites you listed, I saw pianos for sale and prices listed. I've already mentioned to you, both here on the froum and a PM that I see this as unauthorized advertising. You are
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Jump to new posts Re: Polish rebuilding at SAP by bkw58 @ 07/25/14 11:51 AM

http://saprenovation.com/images/modules/...allery-lightbox What age is the S&S pictured and why did the rebuilder choose to retain the original whippens?
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Jump to new posts Re: Best way to dispose of an old piano? by Retsacnal @ 07/25/14 11:42 AM

Put an ad on Craigslist and see if anyone wants a free piano.
Pianist Corner
Michael Nyman - The Heart Asks Pleasure First Sibelius Etude - Op.76 No.2 (short crowd pleaser) Yiruma - Kiss the rain Schumann Arabesque And a good fake book of 1000 popular songs (most of which can be sight read)
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Jump to new posts Re: Best way to dispose of an old piano? by BDB @ 07/25/14 11:36 AM

People usually have to pay to have them hauled off if there is no market for them.
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
BDB: An organ pipe produces a unique tone as a result of its length/width ratio, taper, pipe material (wood, tin), and whether or not it has a reed. These variations give rise to various standing waves of various harmonics in the pipe. gynnis: BD
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Jump to new posts Can You, Will You Help? by Piano World @ 07/25/14 11:28 AM

Do you like the Piano Forums? ~ Have you found something fun, interesting, helpful on the Piano Forums or other parts of Piano World (http://www.pianoworld.com/directory.htm)? ~ Do you want Piano World and the Forums to be around a while? ~ Would
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Originally Posted By: David JensonAre you a piano industry professional?Apparently?
Pianist Corner - Non Classical
Jump to new posts Re: Help with hearing chord progressions by TimR @ 07/25/14 11:24 AM

Originally Posted By: Michael MartinezThere's an exercise you can do where someone else sits at the piano, they play you a major scale or a minor melodic scale. Then they play a random triad from this key and by ear alone you need to identify the fla
Pianist Corner
Oh I definitely agree that Godowsky's transcriptions, rightly called symphonic metamorphoses, are the greatest I've heard of the genre. He really does elevate the form to something else. I just think they sit below the sonata in Godowsky's overall ou
Piano Forum
Originally Posted By: BDBSteinway used Pratt Read actions back then. True enough. Also, the Langer that Walter used for years was built by Herrburger Brooks, who also supplied Steinway with vertical actions at the time.
Pianist Corner - Non Classical
Jump to new posts Re: Who's inspiring you right now? by Arizona Sage @ 07/25/14 11:15 AM

When I am working I sometimes play a game on YouTube I like to call musical chimborazo....find an artist you like and listen to something you've not heard from them before. Then pick another tune from the list on the right by an artist you don't kno
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
I think a little hunting on youtube will yield some nice strobe pictures of vibrating strings that have multiple harmonics on them. Violinist all know how to play harmonics, so strings can support multiple pitches that are in harmonic relationships
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