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Jump to new posts Re: Earthworks QTC-40mp mics. by S.H.Lee @ 08/30/15 12:10 AM

Hi everyone,the first recording is coming. Earthworks QTC-40mp Recording test Zoom Q8 Shigeru Kawai SK7L from Joe Bongiorno 2013 award winning album "Flight of a Dream" https://youtu.be/8h-wWjVsoCI
Piano Teachers Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Feedback on Christmas arrangements? by TX-Bluebonnet @ 08/30/15 12:08 AM

Oh, that would be great to see some easier arrangements. But no hurry, taking care of your hands should definitely be your number one priority.
Adult Beginners Forum
I know someone who mentions "knowing what the key sounds like." I think he has a pretty good idea what key something is in when he hears it. I try to guess now and then when I hear something new, but really, I haven't a clue.
Adult Beginners Forum
I finally completed Greensleeves to my satisfaction. I didn't have any problems adding in the overlapping pedal, and I really like the way it sounds with the pedal. What I'm finding the most challenging is moving the hands from one position to anothe
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: KAWAI CA97/67 on youtube! by AZ_Astro @ 08/29/15 11:49 PM

Originally Posted By David IzquierdoYeah, I actually also recorded the sound comming out through a mic but to be honest it wasn't really nice, maybe cause the crapy mic I used. Nonetheless, I'm willing to upload a fairly extensive review on the pia
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Ivory II as an inboard sound on a portable DP by AZ_Astro @ 08/29/15 11:43 PM

Just wondering... Why can't a software based sampled piano such as Ivory II American D, or one of the other wonderful products (Garritan CFX, perhaps) or Galaxy Vintage D, be embedded into a digital piano? It seems to me that a portable piano wit
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Any good sight reading software? by raubucho @ 08/29/15 11:28 PM

Originally Posted By VeeloJust a warning: do not download software from sourceforge! Software from there potentially comes with malware, read these articles: HowToGeek Computerworld Reddit Good Grief!!!!! I just read the first of those articles
Pianist Corner
Originally Posted By WhoDwaldiRandy Andy (Duke of York) is supposed to be in charge. Duchess of Kent is the musical one. William and Harry didn't stick with the pianoforte. 😂 http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=nCM9CCSXBy0 Isn't Randy fighting lawsuit
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Originally Posted By AndrewJCWOriginally Posted By Sand TigerNope. However, there are a couple of regulars in my song circle that can do it. More common is knowing which key certain popular songs and pieces tend to be in, and then knowing if the re
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Jump to new posts Chopin: Nocturne in B-Flat Minor, Op. 9 No. 1 by colin_pianist18 @ 08/29/15 10:53 PM

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xUQssc8FT7s Yes, I know I played it fast. I was pretty nervous tbh. Advice would be much appreciated. I actually had a masterclass with it at the institute. Honestly, I cringe every time I watch my videos lol.
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Jump to new posts Re: Chopin - Etude Op. 10, No. 4 in C-sharp minor by colin_pianist18 @ 08/29/15 10:49 PM

I have to learn this and the Op. 25 No. 5 etude for a competition lol. I don't have anything bad to say about this recording! Pretty much everything was on point. Amazing steady tempo, clean, etc. Just keep doing what you are doing!
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Jump to new posts Re: Any good sight reading software? by Veelo @ 08/29/15 10:47 PM

Just a warning: do not download software from sourceforge! Software from there potentially comes with malware, read these articles: HowToGeek Computerworld Reddit
Pianist Corner - Non Classical
Originally Posted By VisaliaDo you challenge yourself with what inversions you play to improve your overall muscular memory on the instrument? I know it seems daunting at first to internalize inversions, but with practice and some "chunking"
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: DIY touch-up tuning by showard @ 08/29/15 10:38 PM

It does take some knowledge and practice to learn how to set the pin properly, but as others mentioned in this post, it doesn't hurt to learn how to touch up unisons that go out quicker than the rest of the piano. You'll want to make sure you proper
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Periscope Live Streaming! by knotty @ 08/29/15 10:31 PM

Thanks Bill and jazzwee. I'm glad you enjoyed. We tried scoping the gig tonight but from the hotel, the connection was too weak and cut off after just 30 secs. That's too bad cuz that gig felt good.
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Jump to new posts Re: What is in your piano repertoire? by seriousamateur @ 08/29/15 10:28 PM

Things I can sit down and play right now if asked, with only a few slip-ups: Schubert Sonata in B Flat Haydn Sonata in E Flat (No 62) Beethoven op. 90 Brahms Paganini Variations Book 1 Chopin Etude op. 10/5, 10/12, 25/6 Chopin Polonaises opp. 44, 53
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Jump to new posts Re: How regular should one tune the piano? by showard @ 08/29/15 10:28 PM

How often a piano should be tuned will be based on several different factors. As was mentioned the biggest factor is the environment the piano is in. If the piano is kept in a relatively stable environment as far as the humidity goes, then it would
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Favorite Performance Editions by seriousamateur @ 08/29/15 10:20 PM

I love the Schnabel edition of the Beethoven Sonatas. And of course if you can get your hands on the Horowitz markup of Pictures at an Exhibition, it's full of gold.
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: DIY touch-up tuning by Rickster @ 08/29/15 10:18 PM

Something else I've learned about tuning/setting the pin is to make quick jerky motions (think impact wrench) with the tuning hammer, rather than a slow, twisting motion. If the pin is tight, it will twist and distort rather than move in the block if
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Any good sight reading software? by MossySF @ 08/29/15 10:18 PM

Originally Posted By raubuchoIt's deficiencies are that there are no stems on the notes, making it difficult to discern just from the note's appearance whether it is a quarter, half, or other time value. It's not a big problem as much as a distractio
Adult Beginners Forum
@bananasushi The topic reminds me of this video showing Tom Brier playing the Spinach Rag. He hits the right keys even when the woman covers his view with her hand. I reckon that knowing the keyboard topography to such an extent takes years of practi
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Any good sight reading software? by raubucho @ 08/29/15 10:12 PM

I used PianoBooster and benefitted substantially. It plays midi files as a scrolling staff (left to right). The scroll speed is adjustable. The notes you are supposed to play are visible on the staff as it scrolls by. Your task is to play the note i
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Jump to new posts Re: Which edition for Bach's Well-Tempered Clavier? by colin_pianist18 @ 08/29/15 10:03 PM

@ benjamink: Thank you. If no one else has any objections to it, I'll probably get the Baerenreiter Verlag. I have like a $40-$50 gift certificate coming for Sheet Music Plus, so it'd probably be the best for me. Out of curiosity, how was the binding
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Faber Graduates by ebonykawai @ 08/29/15 09:52 PM

Originally Posted By dat77 I will be ordering a couple books from sheet music plus. Is anyone else taking advantage of their 20 percent piano method sale? Right now I'm just doing the lesson and performance books plus learning to use a fake book an
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