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Jump to new posts Re: Thumpy keys and downstairs neighbours by emenelton @ Today at 05:17 PM

I had the problem. Privia 575(a lot of brands have the same issue), 2nd floor tabletop stand. It sounded like a rubber mallet was being pounded on the floor in the room above you and the continuous arhythmic patterns just sounded weird. If you didn'
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Jump to new posts Re: Anyone have a burglar step on his grand piano? by michaelha @ Today at 05:10 PM

Originally Posted By: CarbonblobSwampwiz, Michealha......Yeah, don't want to highjack either. Our AV guy said under no circumstances, use a wi-fi system. Criminals know how to easily jam the frequencies and all you see is snow. He suggests hard wirin
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Hi Friends, I'm new to the forums and relatively new to the piano. I've been writing songs and playing guitar for almost 30 years and have *finally* started piano lessons. I wish I'd done it much earlier, because it's already helping my guitar play
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Jump to new posts Re: Can reburbishing eliminate mold? by amateur101 @ Today at 05:08 PM

Good idea! Thanks a lot!
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Jump to new posts Re: Hamer Height, Strike Point, and Weight...oh my! by jim ialeggio @ Today at 05:03 PM

OK got that. We are on a similar page with this, and also you seem to agree that the bandwidth of functionality is quite large, given an understanding of the parameters involved. So, lets move on to adjusting tone in relation to the action parameter
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Meghan LOL. yeah, I think I'll pass on that for something cheaper
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Jump to new posts Re: Recital 36 --- General Discussion Room by Edtek @ Today at 04:59 PM

Second batch: 21 outo: Nice playing, recording and tone. 22. Daren Pavane: Nice playing and tone from the PT VI. 23. Ganddalf - Intermezzo no.2: Really liked your composition Inge, lovely tune, played well too. 24. Ohio_Mark - Adagio in A Major
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Jump to new posts Re: Recital 36 --- General Discussion Room by verqueue @ Today at 04:54 PM

Originally Posted By: zrtf90Thank you for your comments, verqueue. You've been a revelation. Originally Posted By: verqueueThe counting (not metronome!) isn't about playing the piece in even pace, it's about power over your pulse and tempo. It's ea
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[meanwhile]...back at the topic: Yes, in general, I do lighten the hammers--primarily for reasons of performance. If a piano is not repeating in any given section of the piano, in a way that pianists require--when the action is setup and regulated p
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
I'm probably not in the demographic they are aiming to market to, but here's what I would want: - USB rather than MIDI, if have to choose one or the other - display, yes! - a dial or keypad to adjust settings, so it wouldn't be necessary to carry a
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Jump to new posts Re: What should dealer prep include by Bosendorff @ Today at 04:44 PM

Some people here bought sight unseen and are quite happy with their purchase. It's certainly not ideal, but can sometimes be the best choice in certain situations. PFH, given the fact that your local dealer agrees (make him write it on the purchase
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Jump to new posts Re: Hamer Height, Strike Point, and Weight...oh my! by bellspiano @ Today at 04:40 PM

I took a class at a PTG National with Ann Garee, the person leading the FSU program, and a graduate-student assistant. Boy, were they both knowledgeable and great teachers. That was one of my best PTG classes, showing me clearly how much more there w
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"Cost only penis" is a very high price indeed! lol
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Jump to new posts Re: Thumpy keys and downstairs neighbours by MeghanM @ Today at 04:38 PM

I haven't dealt with this sort of problem, so take what I suggest with a grain of salt. At $100, that Roland Noise Eater Pad looks like a ripoff. Maybe worth trying if it were 1/4 of that price, but not at $100. Do you at least have a rug under the
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Jump to new posts Re: Recital 36 --- General Discussion Room by zrtf90 @ Today at 04:38 PM

Thank you for your comments, verqueue. You've been a revelation. Originally Posted By: verqueueThe counting (not metronome!) isn't about playing the piece in even pace, it's about power over your pulse and tempo. It's easier to make agogical change
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Jump to new posts Re: Recital 36 --- General Discussion Room by stumbler @ Today at 04:38 PM

06. RedKat, Melody Op.47 n.3: This piece was one of my favourites in the Grieg recital. Nice subtle dynamics. You have this totally under your control. 16. Riddler (Ed), Warsaw Concerto: Wow, a show stopper. I didn't know the background to this
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Jump to new posts Are there usually dp sales in holiday in the US by linghu224 @ Today at 04:37 PM

I am interested in buying a dp, just want to know are there usually sales in the US? If so, usually what time and at what percentage? Thanks a lot
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Originally Posted By: rysowersHi Prout, I checked McGill's website and the only thing I saw was that the Schulich School of Music offers something called "Music Technology" but I couldn't find any information about a graduate program in pi
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Jump to new posts Re: Hamer Height, Strike Point, and Weight...oh my! by bellspiano @ Today at 04:37 PM

Hi, Ryan and all -- The McGill program looks like an engineering/science based program on music in general, not piano design or service. The Royal Conservatory p.t. group in Toronto may offer p.t. training but seems pretty focused on maintaining the
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Recital 36 --- General Discussion Room by stumbler @ Today at 04:37 PM

Oops, I missed one of the fives. 55. Mar_red, Adagio in G minor: This is a beautiful piece. Your interpretation works well, giving it a stately grace.
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I don't have much to add to what you say, but, since I see that there are over 100 views but no replies yet, I figured I'd at least do this to help keep the thread warm. Your post is too good to just get hidden. And, BTW.... Originally Posted By: b
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Jump to new posts Re: Recital 36 --- General Discussion Room by stumbler @ Today at 04:35 PM

inlanding, thank you for the compliment. Perhaps I'll revisit this in future when I have a bit more skill.
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Jump to new posts Re: FOYD - Focus On Your Domain by zrtf90 @ Today at 04:33 PM

For it to be a story, for me, there must be change. Baroque pieces represent a single state; they don't travel. The classical sonata has movement, the contrast between the first and second subjects in their different keys in the exposition, the dram
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Jump to new posts Re: Recital 36 --- General Discussion Room by verqueue @ Today at 04:31 PM

I would like to thank you for so many nice comments. Thank you, outo, earlofmar, Anne H, AZ_Astro, Giancarlo Robles, SwissMS, Riddler, peterws, Andy Platt, stumbler, Inlanding and zrtf90 (in different topic). I hope I didn't forget anyone in my &quo
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Korg SV-1 by DaveBB @ Today at 04:29 PM

A couple of years back I owned a 73 key Korg SV-1 for about 6 months, and sold it at a $700 loss. It had the 'newer' RH3 keybed. Why did it get rid of it ? Loved the look and sounds of the keyboard..... and the various effects that could quickly b
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