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Jump to new posts Re: What to do about dry skin? by Retsacnal @ 02/25/15 09:50 PM

Originally Posted By chasingrainbowsRetsacnal, I may try those products for daytime use. Markarian, I've experienced deep cracks in the tips of 4 of my fingers over the last 2 weeks. I use Aquaphor at night with cotton gloves. In the morning, the
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Jump to new posts Re: Old (Hamilton?) Found in Depths Of My School by Retsacnal @ 02/25/15 09:47 PM

Sounds like a fun project for you to get some experience on! Are the hammers broken, or the shanks?
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Buying a DP, would like advice by Kawai James @ 02/25/15 09:46 PM

Brahms88, as noted above, the warranty terms differ from one market to the next. The Kawai Australia website provides the correct warranty information for instruments distributed and sold by Kawai Australia, while the Kawai America website provides
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Got a Kawai MP11 by Vincent S @ 02/25/15 09:45 PM

Originally Posted By lolatuOriginally Posted By krikorikand watched all 'PianoChuckMan' videos That's where you went wrong I thought what u mean wrong is because he wrote 'PianoChuckMan' rather than 'PianoManChuck"....
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Jump to new posts Re: Who gets to play in concerts? by Groove On @ 02/25/15 09:42 PM

The problem was, people bought tickets to hear Trifonov play. It wasn't a matter of just replacing the pianist so the show could go on. The promoters would have had a lot of return tickets. As to the question "Who gets to play in concerts?"
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Jump to new posts Re: Returned DPs would you be happy to receive one? by gracegren @ 02/25/15 09:39 PM

Musicians Friend has an 'Open Box' section on their site. They offer discount prices and divide the returned products into three categories: Mint, Blemished, or Scratch and Dent. Fair enough. So, sounds like a fair deal to me in that they are upfr
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Jump to new posts Re: Got a Kawai MP11 by OneWatt @ 02/25/15 09:39 PM

FWIW, I agree with those "defending" PianoChuck... He provides a great service to those considering those particular models he showcases and he offers what seems to be his genuine ,heartfelt opinion. Whether you agree or disagree with h
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Jump to new posts Re: Does Such a Beast Exist? by ElmerJFudd @ 02/25/15 09:39 PM

I see, yeah, Korg Module is about as cool as it gets right now on the iPad in the traditional instrument category that you are looking at. Have you tried Garage Band on iPad? Like loading up all your sounds on tracks and switching between them?
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Jump to new posts Re: Gershwin, by George x 6 by mellie62 @ 02/25/15 09:38 PM

Very enjoyable, a delight to listen to. Nice touch and expression, nice piano too!
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Jump to new posts Re: Buying a DP, would like advice by Brahms88 @ 02/25/15 09:38 PM

Originally Posted By Musical Dan[quote=Brahms88] This doesn't seem to be true - at least not in the Australian Market. From the Kawai Australian Website: http://www.kawai.net.au/digital.html Quote:Every Kawai digital piano comes with a five year war
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Jump to new posts Re: Buying a DP, would like advice by anotherscott @ 02/25/15 09:35 PM

A few thoughts... All of them can be connected to a computer, regardless of whether they have USB ports or standard MIDI ports. The quality of the action is a "try it and see what you think" factor, so putting a plus or minus for it on
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Jump to new posts Re: Buying a DP, would like advice by Brahms88 @ 02/25/15 09:29 PM

Originally Posted By Musical DanOriginally Posted By Brahms88 The Kawai MP7's biggest drawback is that it has only a one-year warranty, which frankly, is a deal-killer for many. Where did you get this information? This doesn't seem to be true - at
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Jump to new posts Re: Does Such a Beast Exist? by EPW @ 02/25/15 09:27 PM

With Cakewalk Sonar comes DimPro sampler. It is decent with around 7gb of samples. It has the basics covered. Sampletank version 3 comes with over 33gb. If you need a new controlling keyboard they have a bundle deal here: https://www.ikmultimedia.com
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Jump to new posts Re: Choosing Pieces for a Piano Competition? by A Guy @ 02/25/15 09:25 PM

I second the above. I'm sorry, I thought you would be playing your pieces from the first round as well (resulting in your playing two Beethoven sonatas in one performance). The waldstein is a good choice of you aren't doing so.
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Jump to new posts Re: Buying a DP, would like advice by Kawai James @ 02/25/15 09:25 PM

The exact duration may vary from one market to the next. In the US, the MP11/MP7 and VPC1 are backed by a 3 year parts, 1 year labour warranty. Kind regards, James x
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Jump to new posts Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2015 by BrianDX @ 02/25/15 09:22 PM

Originally Posted By Anne HWelcome to the challenge! I think it really does work for all levels. In fact, beginners learn so many shorter pieces as part of method books that they may have an easier time with it. Intermediate pieces can get pretty len
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Jump to new posts Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2015 by Valencia @ 02/25/15 09:21 PM

aaaah i had recorded a piece and was loading it up to box.net to post here. The piece is called Allegretto. And I got to wondering, why is it called Allegretto? I thought that meant quickly. Well the piece does not sound quick to me. So then I went a
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Jump to new posts Re: Metronomes - good or bad? by Andy Platt @ 02/25/15 09:19 PM

Good!
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Jump to new posts Re: Reproduction legs etc. by Ed McMorrow, RPT @ 02/25/15 09:15 PM

I have seen maybe 6 Centennial's in my life and they all had different legs. In fact each piano was a little different from each other. Steinway can probably tell you what the original leg was like assuming you don't already know. Their pinblock str
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Buying a DP, would like advice by Musical Dan @ 02/25/15 09:12 PM

Originally Posted By Brahms88 The Kawai MP7's biggest drawback is that it has only a one-year warranty, which frankly, is a deal-killer for many. Where did you get this information? This doesn't seem to be true - at least not in the Australian Mar
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Jump to new posts Re: Baldwin Model (?) questions by Ed McMorrow, RPT @ 02/25/15 09:05 PM

Congratulations on the "free" Baldwin grand! I want to also go on record as strongly recommending hiring a professional piano mover. The problem with too much manpower as you are proposing is it is too difficult to control the situation wi
Members Recordings - Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Chopin Mazurka Op 50 # 3 by nhpianos @ 02/25/15 09:03 PM

Chopin Mazurka Op 50 # 3 Recorded this yesterday on a 1908 Steinway model O that I'm just putting the finishing touches on.
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Choosing Pieces for a Piano Competition? by pianoloverus @ 02/25/15 08:58 PM

I think for this competition it's not a big negative factor if you repeat composers in the second round. This is not like the Tchaikovsky Competition where the winner is expected to give concerts around the world. If you can handle the monstrous diff
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Does Such a Beast Exist? by newbert @ 02/25/15 08:50 PM

Originally Posted By ElmerJFuddHi, Bert. So many to consider. If you share what sort of sounds you like and what the specs are on your computer we can make better suggestions. Some ideas, Sample Tank 3 NI Komplete 10 Plenty of others.
Pianist Corner - Non Classical
Jump to new posts Re: Custom Piano Transcription Service by Karaba @ 02/25/15 08:49 PM

I can transcribe music but I do it for myself, I did it once for a job and it wasn’t worth it. It’s very time consuming and there is no big demand to make a living. There isn’t a fixed cost, it depends entirely on the music you want to transcr
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