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Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Viennese Action by Olek @ Today at 06:43 AM

hammer not linked to key in that case, make more acceleration possible (from studies made by Pfeifer) Nice web site BTW thanks Raphael
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Viennese Action by Olek @ Today at 06:38 AM

Originally Posted By: musicbasedYes definitely. They can be refurbished,new parts are available etc,but changing it to a modern action is much harder. Absolutely. ANd the mass of parts of any even light "modern" action hae nothing to do w
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Genes may be key to great musicians by bennevis @ Today at 06:25 AM

Originally Posted By: phantomFiveOriginally Posted By: bennevisOriginally Posted By: phantomFiveOriginally Posted By: bennevisOnly a few people can make it to International Master level, let alone Grandmaster level in chess. No matter how much they p
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Viennese Action by chernobieff @ Today at 06:24 AM

Hi PhilipInChina, They are one in the same. The terms just get intertwined today. It is referring to the action invented by Stein(as in the picture above) used in fortepianos. The action has a unique touch about it, and people desire this because it
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Be here Monday- my first piano in 6 years! by johan d @ Today at 06:22 AM

The number on "my" Baldwin is 1.085616
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: piano beats in groups by Mark Cerisano, RPT @ Today at 06:18 AM

That's not it. As I said, I can measure with Soundbeam and see the aperiodicity. I will post a video.
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: how off can a unison be? by Olek @ Today at 06:14 AM

SO RX, as I read it (as a novice) you put the responsibility on the individual string, not to the interactions ? (I may have not read you correctly) I doubt of that, this must be purely how things are analyzed when "doing", by the tuner i.
Piano Forum
Yes, welcome and thanks for the help Gah, we don't have Hailun here. Piano and music, well, is very unappreciated here. Buying a piano is complicate, because the market is small and crazy. It's almost impossible to find a honest dealer and even bigg
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Jump to new posts Re: Bulgaria by casinitaly @ Today at 05:59 AM

Originally Posted By: NikolasHeh... Philip in China discussing with Cas in Italy about Bulgaria while a UK educated composer and publisher from Greece is commenting on a forum owned by an American. Interesting I'd say... Philip in China discussi
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: how off can a unison be? by rxd @ Today at 05:58 AM

An unison can be so dead on that it doesn't sustain. Should I say it does sustain but at only half it's potential or less in the high treble so that the deficiency might not be noticed until it is part of a melody line. I came across this only this
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) by zrtf90 @ Today at 05:58 AM

The horizon expanding variety is one of the strengths of the thread, Linda. A good example of two heads being better than one. John was a very sincere singer. He could juggle, too. A very talented individual.
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Davenport-Treacy Piano by chernobieff @ Today at 05:55 AM

M.O.B. Quoting a single source(especially Pierce with so many inaccuracies)is not a substantive objection to my claim that Davenport-Treacy were not piano makers. They were metalurgist's that met each other while working at the Brown Scale Works &
Adult Beginners Forum
The writer has focussed on handling mistakes but the pianists did not. Notice that the better pianists practiced with inflection early on and errors were pre-empted by stopping in anticipation of mistakes. Where mistakes are most likely to occur are
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: OT, Tell us about yourself by PhilipInChina @ Today at 05:40 AM

I just saw this thread. I started October 2013. I am a very slow learner but have a couple of very good teachers who don't mind my slow progress. I have a piano here, where I work and live, and another couple at my house in Europe. So I have no excus
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Jump to new posts Re: Bulgaria by Nikolas @ Today at 05:35 AM

Heh... Philip in China discussing with Cas in Italy about Bulgaria while a UK educated composer and publisher from Greece is commenting on a forum owner by an American. Interesting I'd say...
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Scales by zrtf90 @ Today at 05:33 AM

The difference between two octaves and four is that the inner hand will be more awkward once it's passed the body centre line and synchronisation will be more difficult. This won't be as hard if the hands are already used to scales - er - on a smalle
Piano Teachers Forum
Jump to new posts Re: no parents allowed by AZNpiano @ Today at 05:28 AM

RE: recording lessons A few of my students' parents record all or parts of the lessons. I don't mind that at all, even when I totally mess up when I demonstrate the pieces. I don't even know the camera is there half the time. In fact, with the co
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Thanks both of you. exactly what I needed. Regards Remind me my Triumph Bonneville and other BSA A10 I owned when I was younger (did all electrical circuitry with satellite electrical wire !!)
Piano Teachers Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Flashcards and improved score reading by Gary D. @ Today at 05:20 AM

Originally Posted By: keystringOriginally Posted By: malkin I am sensitive to the issue having spent much of my career with kids with autism, where many people tout many things that some child or other benefitted from, while there is no evidence that
Piano Teachers Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Christmas duets for Student and Teacher by Nikolas @ Today at 05:18 AM

I hope that the music will be equally good with the fairy tales and the artwork presented here!
Piano Teachers Forum
Jump to new posts Re: no parents allowed by keystring @ Today at 05:09 AM

Saranoya, sorry for not being able to respond to your thoughtful post until now. You've mentioned some new things, which give pause for thought on a broader scale. To clarify my original idea. I was thinking of private music teachers, and why som
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Magnesium Protects Against Hearing Loss by Mark R. @ Today at 05:08 AM

Mark, Regarding your often-posted comment on "no hearing loss", this may be true for the standard audiograms, such as those you posted on your website. But they typically only test up to 8 kHz (i.e. frequency range required for speech reco
Piano Teachers Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Christmas duets for Student and Teacher by AZNpiano @ Today at 05:03 AM

Sounds like a great idea, Nikolas! Fantastic artwork.
Piano Teachers Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Christmas duets for Student and Teacher by Nikolas @ Today at 05:00 AM

OHHHHHHHhhh.... Does it have to be for Christmas only? I'm right about (a few weeks away) from publishing a collection of 11 duets for teacher-student that are exactly what you're looking for. Based on previously composed music of mine for video
Piano Teachers Forum
Don't let your students' test results intimidate you. I used to be super uptight, 9 years ago. There are too many factors-- Kids don't care. Parents are too pushy. The kids have a bad day on testing day. The test is skewed. The examiner is bias
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