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Jump to new posts Re: Yamaha DP stuck keys by Paolo70 @ Today at 04:20 AM

Hi Dwscamel, The issue you describe might also be caused by the breaking of a small part of the keys (a sort of small wing on the side of the key, that can only be seen by removing the key). If that is the case, you will need to replace the keys. R
Piano Teachers Forum
Jump to new posts Re: An alarming trend: Memorizing is out of fashion by Groove On @ Today at 04:17 AM

Originally Posted By BDBCPE Bach ranked improvisation the highest skill, followed by sight reading, with memorization last. That's fascinating, it turns my learning strategy upside down. I'm gonna have to re-think how I'm doing this! Re: memorizing
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: *That* chord in Chopin's prelude in e minor by Celdor @ Today at 04:17 AM

Hi, Welcome in the forum Originally Posted By Lapinou... I wondered if anyone had any tips other than just practising it over and over, which I am doing and will continue to do...I was just hoping that some more experienced pianists might know way
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Btw, the fact that my Pianoteq results for real time and offline are the same, mean that even that little bit of latency that I did measure is by design. Pianoteq wanted to generate that bit of latency. That's why I did the offline test as well - to
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Because breaking up is hard to do by outo @ Today at 04:07 AM

Sometimes a break up is the only reasonable outcome, if both parties just suffer from the relationship. I tried to part as friends with my last one, but it isn't easy, when you have been subjcected to physical injury
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Advice about Gutting Baldwin Piano by ando @ Today at 04:06 AM

Originally Posted By yoerez 2. As for the price, this Baldwin piano was already 10-15 years old when I bought it and not in the best shape, the keys just don't have proper bounce back and several piano tuners I had here said that there's really nothi
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Originally Posted By dire tonicI found the same as you for track bounce latency - zero. Maybe it's to be expected where there's no audio processing required, one track simply 'writing' sample data to another? Yes, I guess so. However, I think you
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Raindrop Prelude Study –Who’s in? by Medden @ Today at 03:59 AM

Originally Posted By zrtf90I remember the audience and the occasion more than the piano itself That is a very heart warming sentiment. Digitals do indeed have many advantages over accoustic, that are often overlooked. I wonder what our favourite
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Because breaking up is hard to do by wimpiano @ Today at 03:47 AM

Lol@wouter.. @earlofmar what about: PianoPlayer: It's not me, it's you, You have become to shallow.. Piece: Don't be so shallow, you are just unable to bring forward my immeasurable depth..
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: MOYD 2015 by SwissMS @ Today at 03:32 AM

Peter071 - Learning piano can certainly have its ups and downs. it is a difficult journey! I will place you back on the wagon today, and hopefully things will go better for you.
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Originally Posted By anotherscott Back to the test, I am curious about what it is we're seeing that is "quiet" before the "meat" of the sound appears in each sample. It would be interesting to hear an MP3 of that much of the sound
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Originally Posted By Kawai JamesBrometeo, If you have not done so already, may I recommend that you update to the latest CA97 software, available from: http://www.kawai-global.com/support/updates/ Please let me know if this improves the sound/playa
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Originally Posted By emenelton It looks like the vsti has a 7 tenths of a millisecond latency or is it 7ms? 7ms seems like a long time for the instrument itself. - it's 7ms, not 0.7ms. As to 7ms being a long time - that's still a contentious issue
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Playing in front of other people by Medden @ Today at 03:28 AM

Shaking hands is caused by adrenaline running through your body. Natural response when we feel under threat. The good thing about adrenaline is that it speeds up all your reflexes and thinking, so if those fingers are trembling, you are probably pla
Members Recordings - Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Beauty & Hope in the 21st Century No. 8 by Nikolas @ Today at 03:24 AM

Thank you. Glad you liked it!
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
I found the same as you for track bounce latency - zero. Maybe it's to be expected where there's no audio processing going on, one track simply 'writing' sample data to another? I'd have to assume that Cubase makes heavier work than Reaper of real-
Pianist Corner
Originally Posted By Damon Unfortunately, if you watch him live, you will see that he programs the octaves into the sound and just plays it with one hand. That makes it quite a bit easier than I thought. I tried to find a video of him playing the b
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: KAWAI MP7 THREAD by Kawai James @ Today at 03:15 AM

Originally Posted By OneWattDifferent strokes for different folks. Agreed. I also agree that the Nord uprights are very good, too. Cheers, James x
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Piano Technique Masterclass by Medden @ Today at 03:13 AM

Thanks for the links, I will certainly check those out.
Pianist Corner
It's beyond me why the Feinberg sonatas aren't more widely performed. Thanks for this find.
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Piano Technique Masterclass by Groove On @ Today at 03:11 AM

Also Seymour Bernstein, You and the Piano. Covers basic piano technique for using your arms, wrists & body. Video 01Video 02Video 03Video 04
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Do Schumann's pieces have to be played as sets? by jeffreyjones @ Today at 03:05 AM

I love Schumann's early works, say up to Op. 28. The Fantasie is the best, and one of the greatest pieces of music ever written for the piano, but I always want to hear more of the Davidbundsler, which are wickedly inventive and original; the Humores
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Fingerings on sheet music by wouter79 @ Today at 02:53 AM

>is it common to have fingerings noted on music or is it more something you'd find in method books etc? Yes. I get the impression that the more complex the music the less fingerings but it's usual. I always put my own fingerings in. The printed
Pianist Corner
So are we having a vote on who should be played? There are two groups of composers I don't like: Those that have never appealed to me and those that I have grown to dislike after wider exposure to their music. Schumann and Tchaikovsky belong to th
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Because breaking up is hard to do by wouter79 @ Today at 02:50 AM

Huh? Is this a response to attempt to join the 40 pieces a year club?
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