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Jump to new posts Re: How Much Are Piano Lessons Usually by barbaram @ Today at 07:11 AM

Originally Posted By: wimpianoMy teacher is older and hasn't raised his rate since he started over 30 years ago. Amazing!!!!
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Bone chilling ending to pieces by wr @ Today at 07:05 AM

The ending of Medtner's op. 25, no. 1 sonata creeps me out when I read through it. It's like some kind of quiet but horrifying plunge into total darkness. There are some great bone-chills in endings in some pieces by Faure, particularly in the late
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Opinions on Roland F130R by Shey @ Today at 06:18 AM

Sushi, did you get the prices of the Kawai's you mentioned mixed up? The Es100 is a lot less than the Es7 in the UK. If I could get an Es7 for the equivalent of $800 I would buy it today.
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Most Difficult? by wr @ Today at 06:08 AM

Originally Posted By: careyOriginally Posted By: PolyphonistIt has been done, however. By Stump himself I would assume. I saw some ragtag group give a rather festive performance of it on YouTube once. Don't know if it is still there. Too l
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Opinions on Roland F130R by macbrin @ Today at 05:54 AM

I had a lengthy discussion with the store I bought this from yesterday and Ive agreed to go in and compare the sound of another F130 they have in. The Roland specialist I'm dealing with is great and extremely helpful. Im being offered the option of
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
I understand that you connect USB MIDI to distant PC over wireless, but I dont understand how you get the audio back to your DP/headphones. Nevertheless, I have never seen wifi with quite low latency, or more precisly, with low jitter in latency. I h
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Studio monitors for a digital piano by diegopefm @ Today at 05:18 AM

Hello all, Iím new to the forum and I write here to ask a question about my digital piano studio monitors. My piano is a Korg PA588 and last year Iíve bought a pair of active studio monitors called ESI Near05 http://www.thomann.de/es/esi_near05_akti
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Jazz Study Group 2: Advanced Players by chrisbell @ Today at 05:11 AM

Great discussion about books! I know that feeling - got to stop ordering books This weeks Jam of the Week; Work Song:
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Bone chilling ending to pieces by bennevis @ Today at 05:06 AM

I'd say that the ending of Tchaikovsky's Piano Trio gets my vote - the funereal thread of two notes on the piano dying away.... In the same vein is Ravel's Le gibet - though here, it's the tolling bells as the unfortunate victim swings slowly from t
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Faber Graduates by littlebirdblue @ Today at 05:06 AM

I'm here but barely alive. Actually, I have been fighting a horrible cold for a couple of weeks. My DD's teacher understandably has no sick student policy so I haven't started my piano lessons yet but I have been practicing!
Members Recordings - Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Liszt: Sonata in B minor, S. 178 by trigalg693 @ Today at 03:54 AM

One of my favorite pieces, still listening to it but you should get a better recording setup. A pair of Naiant omnis and a cheap interface or a portable/handheld recorder to plug into, something like that, and isn't too much more to carry around vs.
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Pianoteq vs Digital Piano vs Acoustic Piano by Charles Cohen @ Today at 02:57 AM

I was playing tonight, and thought about the "Pianoteq has weak bass" problem: . . . Pianoteq (even the "Stage" version) has a built-in graphic equalizer! If you want more bass, just draw your low-frequency boost onto the EQ gra
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: a record by my Sauter grand, model alpha by aesop @ Today at 02:54 AM

Welcome~~
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Help buying digital piano for my son by Charles Cohen @ Today at 02:40 AM

The CP33 is a funny case. It's rather old, released in May 2006. But it has a loyal following among stage players -- I think you'll find a thread about it, here. Another thread: http://www.keyboardforums.com/threads/old-roland-rd700-vs-new-yamah
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
It'd be really convenient to have a wireless USB hub at the digital piano. I have a desktop in another room that I could run my software pianos on, and I don't want to have to buy another mini-PC just for this purpose. I could plug in the piano MIDI
Piano Forum
Originally Posted By: chernobieffAh Ed, Ed, Ed, "My Data is the Pianos!" Really?! What an artful dodge. Clearly however, you do not want to provide the standard action measurements e.g. Upweight, Downweight, friction, Inertia, Hammerweigh
Piano Teachers Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Refusing "Every Other" week lesson by wouter79 @ Today at 02:05 AM

Originally Posted By: ezpiano.orgI am sorry, I need to clarify: 1. In my opinion, less lessons per month doesn't means student is not serious. It could be other reasons that I do not know. 2. Being diplomatic doesn't means I have to lie. 3. ANZ,
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Help buying digital piano for my son by MossySF @ Today at 01:51 AM

Horrible is probably overly strong in describing Yamaha's low-end action. Light & fast would be more accurate ... which is how their acoustic pianos are also. I was just at a Yamaha dealer and tried a wide range of acoustics. The keys are FAST
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Help buying digital piano for my son by Sand Tiger @ Today at 01:43 AM

The models mentioned by others are a good list to start with. If you are near a major city, visit some stores. In the U.S., the big box stores, such as Guitar Center or Sam Ash will have several models to try. Someone else mentioned a visit to a Kawa
Adult Beginners Forum
Originally Posted By: roninproMy primary reason for quitting was due to learning only the notes of a piece way too slowly, leaving me burned out before finishing; I couldn't finish anything toward the end. While music comes easily to some, it doesn'
Piano Forum
Reminds me of an approach that Ulrich (PW member) did to his new Kawai RX-7. Seems like his tech is from a similar camp as Ed & Del: http://www.pianoworld.com/forum/ubbthrea...tml#Post2210732
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Help buying digital piano for my son by Kawai James @ Today at 01:08 AM

roomservicetaco, the instruments you list are all 'slab'-type models, meaning that they are portable. Is this important to you? The alternative is a 'console'-type instrument, where the stand, speakers, and pedals are integrated within the piano.
Piano Teachers Forum
Jump to new posts What books do you use for teaching beginners? by Daffodil @ Today at 12:54 AM

The John Thompson thread had me wondering what books the teachers here use for their beginners. All of my beginners work from at least two books at the same time. I like at least one of them to have a CD for the child to play along with at home. I
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: a record by my Sauter grand, model alpha by readme @ Today at 12:49 AM

very decent sound!!
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Most Difficult? by SiFi @ Today at 12:38 AM

Faerie's Aire and Death Waltz would be a clear winner if it was a piano piece. I think the tempo indication "slovenly" is the de facto default mode of many musicians (jk). "Cresc. or not" works well too. Wondering if "Riga
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