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Jump to new posts Re: Visited Yamaha's Flagship Store Today by Steve Cohen @ 07/26/14 09:04 AM

A mitigating factor: I was told that Bosendorfer had been declared a "national treasure" and that any buyer was legally bound to keep Bosey in Austria. If true, that might have affected bidders.
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Originally Posted By: rnapleYes, Weakky... you're wrong. It's worth a new thread on one of those because. There may already be files in existence for that piece of music. People there who can definitely identify it. Being a young piano player has no
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Yes, it's possible in the UK. It's difficult but it's possible. For instance, if you have a core of say a bechstein model L, the 5 feet 6 model, you can have a new soundboard and plank installed, restrung, and the action rebuilt - oh and the frame re
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Jump to new posts PianoDiscs and Synthesia by pianistfromSG @ 07/26/14 08:49 AM

Hi guys, I love listening to piano but I can't really play. Tried to learn using Synthesia for a year but my progress is too slow. Anyway, thought of buying PianoDisc and listen for relaxation, but the question is, can I use the midi files that I ha
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Hi folks, on the request of rnaple, i'm recreating an existing thread, hoping that more people could be able to help me. Anyway. I was trying to find some original composition to play and found something that literally blew my mind. Here's the comp
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: What key signature are you? by wimpiano @ 07/26/14 08:49 AM

I like A Flat Minor (is not in there, 7 flats, very unusual) because of the MAGNIFICENT C section of Schubert's drei Klavierstücke No 2. It is so mysterious and haunting. To me it can sound like many things to me. At one moment it is pure beauty at t
Piano Teachers Forum
Jump to new posts Has any franchised their studio? by Tommy13V @ 07/26/14 08:46 AM

I have a full studio with a growing waiting list. I already grabbed a pretty snazzy name for my studio, and I started wondering, what if I took on some more teachers to offer lessons under the name of my studio. There are some local places that hav
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Which Would you Choose? by Marko in Boston @ 07/26/14 08:44 AM

I have had great results using the STAGEPAS 400i with my ES7 and RD800. Plenty of power for small and solo gigs. The 600i would be great im sure but maybe overkill. I highly suggest the speaker stands. Makes a huge difference. Demo of the 400i w
Pianist Corner
Originally Posted By: joonsangSo I played on a 7'4" Bösendorfer last night. Yes, every single thing was better about it obviously, it is a <$100,000 piano. But what I found craziest was the huge, and i mean HUGE difference in the way my Etude
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Piano Practice Technique - Only Slow? by trigalg693 @ 07/26/14 08:00 AM

Mostly agree. The way I think of practicing is like producing something from a casting. Go fast to pour the casting, then slowly machine and polish it to perfection However you sometimes need to make multiple passes or welds (that is, you have to t
Pianist Corner
I was learning the recorder when I was in 4th grade. There I learned all the white keys of the middle octave and F#. When it was summer break I found out on my own how to play Bb, Eb, and Ab so now I just have to learn C# and the low and high octave
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Jump to new posts Re: Performing Chopin's preludes by wr @ 07/26/14 07:37 AM

Originally Posted By: dolce sfogato...Chopin did just the right thing in keeping his preludes short: we can play through all 24 keys/pieces/moods and have a rollercoaster of an experience. But do we want to experience that kind of rollercoaster? I
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Originally Posted By: Robert ScottOriginally Posted By: pyropaulAs I posted into another thread, just put graph sin(4.4*pi*x)+sin(4.41*pi*x) into google, select horizontal zoom and zoom out. The "beats" that you hear are an amplitude modula
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Jump to new posts Re: Wow, early Arrau! by wr @ 07/26/14 07:27 AM

Originally Posted By: ParksOriginally Posted By: Ian_GOh. "good air," = Buenos Aires = Argentina = Arrau. I thought he was Chillean? He was, like, totally chilled.
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Jump to new posts Re: Performing Chopin's preludes by yok @ 07/26/14 07:24 AM

Argerich played op.28 19-24 when she won at Warsaw. I have a vague recollection that Busoni began the tradition of performing these preludes as a set.
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: OT - Going Hiking by AZ_Astro @ 07/26/14 07:12 AM

Have read your journal entries with great interest and you have got me started looking into ultralight equipment! How is the hammock holding up? From what I've read the Warbonnet is pretty comfy! Is there plenty of water available or are you h
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Kawai MP11 Thread by Abby Pianoman @ 07/26/14 07:11 AM

Originally Posted By: PatrickBl. Quote from MP7 thread page 20. "Anyway, it occurred to me while browsing the "Kawai MP11. Can't get sound right" thread (must look up how to link to threads) that although lots of helpful people were
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: KAWAI MP7 THREAD by Abby Pianoman @ 07/26/14 07:05 AM

Originally Posted By: PatrickBl Anyway, it occurred to me while browsing the "Kawai MP11. Can't get sound right" thread (must look up how to link to threads) that although lots of helpful people were posting lists of their various settings
Pianist Corner
Originally Posted By: Spektre What I want to eventually do is to teach piano on a semi-professional basis. Currently I'm awaiting to start teachers college and I'm not sure how I will be able to balance that lifestyle with a piano lifestyle. Can
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: KAWAI MP7 THREAD by Abby Pianoman @ 07/26/14 06:54 AM

Originally Posted By: PatrickBl Anyway, it occurred to me while browsing the "Kawai MP11. Can't get sound right" thread (must look up how to link to threads) that although lots of helpful people were posting lists of their various settings
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Kurzweil Forte demos! by Dr Popper @ 07/26/14 06:08 AM

Yeah that demo was just complete rubbish ....
Adult Beginners Forum
Quick update, got 2 songs done today. Chapanecas - Probably played this (badly) every day for 5 or so days now, then probably another 40 mins or so today to get it recorded. I sat down and drilled the tricky bits playing them non stop for 5 mins at
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: SAP Renovation by PhilipInChina @ 07/26/14 05:37 AM

There is a whole thread, somewhere, on the subject of MDF lids. The main objections seem to be: Purists seem to think it is wrong. Lids should be made as they always were. OK, if that is what you want for your piano. Some people struggle to cope wi
Piano Forum
Originally Posted By: joe80You may well indeed get a fully rebuilt bechstein for 12 k. Really, Joe? Is that including a new board - or would that be a refinished board that has had whatever attention it needs? In any case, a full rebuild of such a
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Partial strength - hammer voicing or soundboard ? by Withindale @ 07/26/14 05:26 AM

I asked a colleague, an electronics engineer, about combinatorics yesterday. He asked why and then his immediate suggestion was impulse waves. Here is the response of a concert hall to an impulse like a gunshot. See the similarity to those plot
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