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Jump to new posts Re: The traditional one month to recital thread by BrianDX @ 10/19/14 10:23 AM

Originally Posted By: TX-BluebonnetI almost missed my first recital, barely making it in at the last moment. Hopefully I'll do better this time around! In that respect I managed to make a decision today on what to play for the recital; a short prel
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Thank you Techs! Advice for DIY'ers... by casinitaly @ 10/19/14 10:21 AM

Olek and Paul --- stop with the personal insults! They do not help the discussion in any way.
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Chord Book recommendation by TonyB @ 10/19/14 10:19 AM

Originally Posted By: BWV 846I ordered this book a few days ago: Piano Chords & Progressions: The Secret Backdoor to Exciting Piano Playing! by Duane Shinn http://www.amazon.com/Piano-Chords-Progr...ds=piano+chords I have no idea whether an
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Stage Piano with easy presets by petes1 @ 10/19/14 10:18 AM

I have the RD800 -- it's easy to use, very easy to set up your presets so that you can have quick push button control over voice swaps during a live performance, and the sound engine is one of the best I've heard. Having said that, this beast weighs
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Do steinways survive tropical climates? by PhilipInChina @ 10/19/14 10:15 AM

I think tropicalising is an extra on any piano pretty much. Why should a temperate zone buyer pay to have a tropical issue piano?
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Maple Leaf Rag -- need some feedback by Erik BerikHerik @ 10/19/14 10:14 AM

Hello, I'm relatively new to Piano playing and the first song I learned from youtube tutorials was the Maple Leaf Rag. It took me about 4 Months to get it down halfway decently. I just wanted to ask If I could get some feedback and maybe some hints h
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: it's so good to see you! by Johan B @ 10/19/14 10:13 AM

Welcome Manuel, Read your signature........found the Mozart file in IMSLP.org. Nice music, thanks. Did not know this piece. Nice recordings on Youtube! Best regards, Johan B
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
I agree with bnolsen, the CE220 is a nice piano but isn't going to be nearly as good as say a CN25. General advice you're going to get on this forum is first, buy the best piano you can afford, and second, try before you buy. My personal recommendati
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Do steinways survive tropical climates? by wimpiano @ 10/19/14 10:10 AM

This thread is purely fictional because Steinway does offer tropicalized versions..
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: My new Kawai K-500 by harpon @ 10/19/14 10:10 AM

Fabulous!
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Sauter Delta by PhilipInChina @ 10/19/14 10:10 AM

So much to think about. Why can't it be simple?
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: OT - Going Hiking by JimF @ 10/19/14 10:09 AM

It was great to read your updated entries today, Sam. After 10 days I'd begun worrying you had a problem of some kind....other than the ones you face every day. Hoping your foot feels better soon. Jim
Piano Forum
It would be hard to ruin either of these piano's in such short time. The Taylor London is a second line of Brodmann. Both are very modest offerings, the Taylor of London made in China, the Yamaha likely too or in Indonesia. It's up to the condition
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Thank you Techs! Advice for DIY'ers... by Herr Weiss @ 10/19/14 10:02 AM

Originally Posted By: Paul678 Vous avez le cervau d'un sandwich au fromage! CERVEAU Paul, cervEau!!! HW
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Chord Book recommendation by Batuhan @ 10/19/14 10:00 AM

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/0739003...d=ATVPDKIKX0DER
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Do steinways survive tropical climates? by Mta88 @ 10/19/14 09:51 AM

Originally Posted By: JohnSprungOriginally Posted By: AlmavivaIf Sauter - a company 1/3 the size of Steinway - can do it, why can't Steinway? It's not that they can't. It's that they choose not to go to the additional expense, given that the vast
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Do steinways survive tropical climates? by Mta88 @ 10/19/14 09:49 AM

Originally Posted By: JohnSprungOriginally Posted By: Mta88Should I be concerned with over drying the insides of my piano with the heating rod alone? No, the controller will just turn it off when it's dry enough. I don't think they installed
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Pianoteq 5.1 by Mta88 @ 10/19/14 09:46 AM

Lol... It was an "awesome" comment I've heard only great things about the new "x" line.. Is it true it's a lot less bright sounding than previous c3s?
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Piano/Organ for small church by PianoMan51 @ 10/19/14 09:36 AM

One keyboard for real piano and real pipe organ. If you had said 'we have an okay pianist and an okay organist', then MAYBE... But I hear you saying you have a good pianist and a good organist, and guess what, you aren't going to find one keyboard th
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
add the cn24 or cn25 to your list in place of the ce220. i think the azpiano guy overrates that model. also reconsider the Casio the px x50 series is a great value and can be found most everywhere. the kdp90 may not be stocked locally. the cl26 a
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Stage Piano with easy presets by torhu @ 10/19/14 09:29 AM

On the RD-700NX you select which live set is the "default" one for each button by holding the button down for a couple of seconds. If that wasn't possible, you could just store the relevant live sets in the first "position" for ea
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: OT - Going Hiking by woodog @ 10/19/14 09:21 AM

Sam, what a fantastic adventure. I don't know how you handle the time away from the piano. On my bucket list is a ride across the USA on my recumbent trike, but for now I'll live vicariously through you. Originally Posted By: TrapperJohnHey Sam -
Pianist Corner
Originally Posted By: wrOne doesn't watch classical music, one listens to it. If people are unable to focus on what they hear, well, that's part of the "problem", IMO. Personally, I often close my eyes while listening to classical music,
Piano Forum
Last post about this - I promise. I found a 2007 Yamaha M450C for sale for $2000. One owner, never played or tuned since she got it. She won't budge on the price. The Taylor London is the 48 inch I've mentioned for $1600. It's 3-4 years old and no
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Coursera - Introduction to Music Production by noelpiano @ 10/19/14 09:16 AM

Never heard of coursera before, so thanks for the share! I like to record the odd guitar backing so that I can play piano over it - might take a look at this course. Sounds good.
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