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Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Beginner needs some buying advice for a digital piano by Some Pianist @ 07/30/15 02:10 AM

Originally Posted By Charles Cohen It's being replaced by the PX-360 (somewhat improved sound generator, touch-screen display). Well that is unfortunate. Where I live the only option is to buy it from a regular store, and the statistics say that the
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Originally Posted By Mark Cerisano, RPTPure 6:3 F3G#3 = G#3F4 = A#3D4 Narrow 6:3 F3G#3 > G#3F4 F3G#3 = A3F#4 = B3D#4 Got it. I checked my code and found a bug: I was printing the m3 table at an offset! I confirm all your m3M3 equalities, except
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Jump to new posts Re: Nocturne no. 5 by Francoisfj @ 07/30/15 01:55 AM

Thank you for your feedback! It's appreciated, don't worry I'm not upset by your comments The 7 flats issue is true, I haven't taken a lot of theory and basics in composition so I didn't think about it. I also agree, the ending isn't what I planned
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Jump to new posts Re: Schafer & Sons piano identification by kaliona @ 07/30/15 01:50 AM

This piano was not really played much. Here are some pics (I hope the links work). Is Samick good or bad? The pics aren't great, but it looks to be in good shape. I'm hoping all it needs is a good tuning. https://imageshack.com/i/ip35dJjMj https:/
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Jump to new posts Re: Nocturne no. 5 by Nikolas @ 07/30/15 01:44 AM

It's nice sounding. Not what one would call 'original', but why on earth not? There are, however, some issues, or questions, if I may. 1. Why 7 flats? I mean wouldn't it be better to use 5 sharps and go to the B major (or G#m vs Abm), rather than t
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Jump to new posts Re: √Čtude in D# minor by Bullard @ 07/30/15 01:40 AM

It's supa hot fire you should listen to it,, ,
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Split-Treble Upright actions by Olek @ 07/30/15 01:39 AM

Be careful with extra tall verticals as the soundboard get large so if is heavier. An optimum size is given by Fenner above 113cm and under 125cm 130 models have yet prominent basses and mediums, against treble that begin to be weak, producing mo
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Yamaha GH vs GHS keyboards by Charles Cohen @ 07/30/15 01:39 AM

"Leaving cash in the wallet" -- that's a rare event! Congratulations on finding a DP that you like, for _less_ than you expected to spend.
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Jump to new posts Nocturne no. 5 by Francoisfj @ 07/30/15 01:36 AM

Hi, this is a nocturne I composed for the piano, it's being played by a computer software unfortunately, but I'd be pleased to know what you think Nocturne no. 5
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Schafer & Sons piano identification by Dale Fox @ 07/30/15 01:30 AM

The serial number makes it a Samick product. The VS48 means it is nominally a 48" tall vertical. The Schafer & Sons USA made pianos I've come across weren't of higher quality. The worst Schafer pianos I've come across were of Sojin origin
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Split-Treble Upright actions by Olek @ 07/30/15 01:28 AM

Yes the bridge shape shows that the plate break where taken in account. The dog leg is also advantageous to stabilize the bridge against tilting. When tilting a curved shape, the extremities raise. This destabilize the pressure on the soundbo
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Humans Need Not Apply by Tunewerk @ 07/30/15 01:28 AM

Inspired by Ed McMorrow's call to arms in an earlier thread, I thought I'd share this video. Very dense, intelligent and accurate. We are headed toward something different in history once human brains are largely replaced by automation, as opposed t
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Schafer & Sons piano identification by JohnSprung @ 07/30/15 01:22 AM

I agree with Rick, $200 you pretty much can't go wrong, especially if you're inclined to try doing your own repairs. Once a year I spend a week on a Schaeffer & Sons baby grand, IIRC about 20 - 30 years old, that's been in hotel service for a
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: MOYD 2015 by SwissMS @ 07/30/15 01:17 AM

dynomobt - Absolutely, you can be reinstated! I am really happy to hear that you can practice again. I hope all goes well with your surgery.
Pianist Corner
Originally Posted By bennevis Horowitz rarely ever asked any (living) composer's permission before he made changes to their music (he might just deign to inform them what he planned to do....), and he kept on making changes during subsequent performa
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Yamaha GH vs GHS keyboards by damos3000 @ 07/30/15 01:14 AM

I know this topic has probably been done to death already - but I wanted to bring it up, and also say hi to the forum as this is my first post here. I started looking into digital pianos about a month back, and I did alot of research into the diffe
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: RPTs, Associates : Patrons and DIYers by Olek @ 07/30/15 01:05 AM

Whenever we can help you of course. I liked your presentation. I happened to have people like you working with me on their piano, you have done yet way more than many hobbyist because you did join physically an equipped shop and where not asham
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Originally Posted By Mark Cerisano, RPTOriginally Posted By pyropaulOriginally Posted By Mark Cerisano, RPTWay too much hostility here. I think some of you need to reread the forum rules again. No-one is being hostile. You solicited feedback and w
Adult Beginners Forum
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Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Waterproof piano update by Cy Shuster, RPT @ 07/30/15 12:32 AM

Chuck, You've used your expertise and creativity to solve a problem that I've never seen addressed before. It's great (and a little mysterious) how pianos on the sidewalk attract so much more attention than inside a store a few steps away. But you'v
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Left/Right hand independence by FrankCox @ 07/30/15 12:31 AM

Quote:typists do the same Actually, typists DON'T do the same. On a standard keyboard (qwerty or dvorak) you never hit two or more keys at the same time; in fact, keyboards are designed to alternate hands between letters as much as possible. (Try
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: NAMM 2016 by Cy Shuster, RPT @ 07/30/15 12:28 AM

Mark, NAMM is primarily for instrument manufacturers to sell to retailers. I've been several times. It's enormous: about a million square feet of exhibit space... and it's not open to the public! The piano section is fairly small in comparison, and
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Sorry about that. To each his own.
Piano Forum
Yep, it'll be interesting to see what "significant interest" means!
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Originally Posted By Mark Cerisano, RPTPure 6:3 F3G#3 = G#3F4 = A#3D4 Narrow 6:3 F3G#3 > G#3F4 F3G#3 = A3F#4 = B3D#4 This is a really silly thing to offer here. These equalities are based on really rough estimations off of theoretical values. K
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