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Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: How does Synthesia work? Can someone help me out? by Cutestpuppie @ Today at 04:28 PM

Ok I lied I can play both hands fluently and I can even read out all the notes that is given to me in the book. There are no ledger lines in book 1 and I am having big trouble finding the notes. Book 1 is easy peasy maybe I'm a fast learner or just s
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Just NOT going to get up to speed on this . . . by Morodiene @ Today at 04:26 PM

I know how you feel. I was feeling a bit of trepidation about the recital because I am nowhere near ready to record. The difficult piece has taken all of my focus, and it is improving, I just don't know the timeline. The easier piece is fine except I
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Originally Posted By 36251Wow, you two wrestlers need a steel cage - lol. They both forget you can buy a decent used upright, named, for under 300 GB smackeroos . . . even a straight strung Bechstein 10 is only slightly more. I`d have similar if
Pianist Corner
Originally Posted By bennevisOriginally Posted By pianoloverusOne of the reasons I've started but not finished learning so many pieces is that I often choose, for reasons I'm not sure, pieces that most would not consider in the very great category. S
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: A possible cause to the stiff action by Chris Leslie @ Today at 04:13 PM

Originally Posted By RicksterThe Protek CLP is basically powdered Teflon in liquid format. Just my .02. Rick Hi Rick. If I evaporate CLP on a glass sheet I cannot see any residue that looks like powdered teflon. In fact it seems to be completely
Piano Teachers Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Group Lessons (Yamaha) Vs Private Lesson by littlebirdblue @ Today at 04:12 PM

My daughter started private piano lessons when she was almost 4 and tried her first group lessons this summer when she was almost 6. She really enjoyed the social aspect of it and did not complain about it being too easy or boring even though other
Pianist Corner
Originally Posted By pianoloverusOne of the reasons I've started but not finished learning so many pieces is that I often choose, for reasons I'm not sure, pieces that most would not consider in the very great category. So I tire of or get bored with
Piano Teachers Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Group Lessons (Yamaha) Vs Private Lesson by Gary D. @ Today at 04:05 PM

Originally Posted By keystringIf a classroom teacher is properly trained and knows what she is doing, then the pace is not set by any of the students - at least that is how it was in Canada when I taught. If you have a whole number of people in one
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Wow, you two wrestlers need a steel cage - lol.
Piano Forum
I greatly enjoyed Sally Phillip's article on how to decide if it makes sense to rebuild a piano. Not only does she(obviously)have great knowledge, but IMO she has an extremely clear way of expressing her thoughts(somewhat like Larry Fine!). She did
Pianist Corner
How a piece is regarded by other people appears to be irrelevant to its capacity for holding my interest, so we differ there. It might mean a higher likelihood of exposure to it in the first place, of course, but that is a different matter.
Pianist Corner
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Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
I doubt this kind of salesman still exist, the internet is everywhere with catalogs you can read at rest, thousands of posts on forum about the various aspects of the questions you have in mind, and blogs and encyclopedia, and even classified ads and
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Kawai CA67/CA97/CS8/CS11 Serious Bug? by alerique @ Today at 03:30 PM

A silly question, but can you play something with your superior curve vs factory curve for comparison? Just audio recording.
Pianist Corner
One of the reasons I've started but not finished learning so many pieces is that I often choose, for reasons I'm not sure, pieces that most would not consider in the very great category. So I tire of or get bored with them before I finish learning th
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: 61 key keyboard just for fun by ElmerJFudd @ Today at 03:16 PM

Roland DS61 and a pair of headphones.
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Damper Spoon Removal? by Ruis @ Today at 03:03 PM

Anyone got any good techniques for removing damper spoons. Ive got an old action to test on but it seems pretty tricky. Do you damp them first? Whats the tool? Also fitting the new one seems it could be pretty tricky? Ive got a few books but they do
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Originally Posted By NotaBeneI am happy for 10 years now yes indeed! Piano shops do tell if asked about technical details, there are not that many piano shops left, and the people working there are also piano technicians or tuner very often, and if
Piano Forum
Yes. MMD as well It is amazing that with all these forums groups etc, a lot of important knowledge is just present :-(
Adult Beginners Forum
Originally Posted By JoBertActually, in this case it is a bad thing. This early in your piano journey, and in parallel with getting proper lessons, self-experimenting with Synthesia will actually do more damage than good. Just leave it be and concen
Pianist Corner
Hi, Cheeto717! Now that the Russian e-cital has officially been opened in the Adult Beginners Forum, you (or someone else) might want to resurrect the proposal for a Spanish/Latin American theme e-cital for late this year, or early 2017. Apart from
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: A possible cause to the stiff action by WhoDwaldi @ Today at 02:26 PM

Teflon on knuckles and touched-up regulation (by my tech) has worked well for my older Kawai action. A subtle change in bench height usually helps me when any action feels too heavy, I find.
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Originally Posted By GombessaI have my doubts about the cost/benefit or diminishing returns of a round robin system, but the problem you describe sounds like an implementation issue rather than a design issue. If multi-sampling the same key at the sa
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Originally Posted By GombessaI have my doubts about the cost/benefit or diminishing returns of a round robin system, but the problem you describe sounds like an implementation issue rather than a design issue. If multi-sampling the same key at the sa
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Recommendations - New/Used vs Grey/Online? by Retsacnal @ Today at 02:03 PM

Originally Posted By j29 Did just stumble upon a 1942 Baldwin M for ~$3K and a 1923 Baldwin for free. Not sure if worth having a tech check it out, or how close it would potentially be to requiring rebuild. If a piano is playable, and intrigues yo
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Aural Tuning - fork in teeth?
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An alternative to headphones OR silent system!
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61 key keyboard just for fun
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