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Piano Teachers Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Do you teach arpeggios in inversions? by PianoStudent88 @ Today at 12:23 PM

Yes, it's the same notes started at a different spot. But the fingering -- which finger is used on which note -- may vary. In context in a piece, how you finger these may vary again from the exercise. But as an exercise, there are principles that
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: retrofitting MIDI on a grand piano by wolfgangmeister @ Today at 12:19 PM

Funny you mention this, but our own Frank Baxter - Owner of Piano World, just installed a ProRecord MIDI System in his piano, and is very happy with the results. He recently posted about his visit to the Mason & Hamlin factory and discussions wi
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: I bought an old rd700 by impulse , what to do ? by TheodorN @ Today at 12:13 PM

Originally Posted By fiverI use Cantabile as my VST host. It is extremely reliable and was designed for live use, rather than your typical DAW which is designed more around traditional recording workflows. Do you have the Cantabile from some of
Piano Teachers Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Do you teach arpeggios in inversions? by keystring @ Today at 12:11 PM

I may be totally off base here, but the thing that keeps nagging at me is this: aren't "inverted arpeggios" simply the same arpeggio started at a different spot?
Pianist Corner - Non Classical
Jump to new posts Re: Copyright question by emenelton @ Today at 12:07 PM

Originally Posted By saratogaUSAI am thinking to create a fake book which will contain only lead sheet and chords nothing more.. it will not be a arrangement book.. should I have to request necessary permissions for every song? (for publishing)
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
yA, actaully got a surface pro .... ok maschine but I think I would prefer a more sturdy bulky lenovo for the task , seems like more roadworthy option,after some thinking
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Van Cliburn "Amateur" Competition 2016 by Mark_C @ Today at 11:51 AM

Originally Posted By pianoloverus.....My guess is that most serious musicians say music when you think they should say score, but that bit of data is moot at this point. No -- I want you to take a poll. BTW, I don't think they do, especially thos
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Beginner piano advice by Oasismfg @ Today at 11:50 AM

Nothing wrong with having both if you have room and can afford it. I have both just to keep peace in the family, and I can record in MIDI with my digital. These days, you get a lot for relatively little money. The sound and touch of digitals has i
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Mozart, difficult to play? by Polyphonist @ Today at 11:49 AM

Originally Posted By hreichgottDepends on your location. NYC is probably among the most expensive in the world. The teachers in NYC charge $250 and $300.
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: I bought an old rd700 by impulse , what to do ? by Fer De Armas @ Today at 11:39 AM

Hi, are you tried Kawai MP5?... this DP have similar features to those of your Roland RD700; but IMHO the key action and piano sound could be what you are looking for. Of course it is only my personal suggestion. Regards.
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Van Cliburn "Amateur" Competition 2016 by pianoloverus @ Today at 11:33 AM

Originally Posted By Mark_COriginally Posted By pianoloverusOriginally Posted By Mark_C Have y'all seen my shtiks on using the word "music" when talking about the written score? What they mean is your scores. You wouldn't be sending them c
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Originally Posted By rolfieSo MAC in the answer, it might is I don't have a clue I never touched a MAC .. maybe I could buy a designated little ipad for the piano vst? Wonder if Ipad has enough power for a pianoteq. Anyway thanks for the info ... i
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Roland HP605 or Casio GP300 by Fer De Armas @ Today at 11:29 AM

Hi marko697, IMHO today Casio has the best key action for the price, and i´d look for VST´s for the best piano sound emulation. For a a hardware solution, you could try the Kurzweil 16 GB flash player technology but it is a shame that is not availa
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: I bought an old rd700 by impulse , what to do ? by fizikisto @ Today at 11:29 AM

Rolfie, Currently there's no version of pianoteq for the iPad. But if you're looking for a mac to run pianoteq, Apple does offer slightly older refurbished models for a bit of a discount. What they have in stock varies, but often one can get a
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Greetings :) [help from experienced pianists] by Gcarl @ Today at 11:26 AM

Hi, my name is Edward, 26 years old, and I have a bit of experience with piano keyboards, just like 1 year, so, basic scales, basic chords, staff reading, easy songs. Althought i'm a student and a very busy person I try to learn piano, and I was usin
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Van Cliburn "Amateur" Competition 2016 by Mark_C @ Today at 11:22 AM

Originally Posted By pianoloverusOriginally Posted By Mark_C Have y'all seen my shtiks on using the word "music" when talking about the written score? What they mean is your scores. You wouldn't be sending them copies of your "music,&
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Baldwin Model R by jkeksk11 @ Today at 11:22 AM

Thanks so much, Rick, I'll do that!
Pianist Corner - Non Classical
Jump to new posts Re: Copyright question by dire tonic @ Today at 11:11 AM

Originally Posted By indigo_daveI don't know what copyright law is. But the BlurredLines/GotToGiveItUp jury verdict indicated to me that ignorance seems to rule the process. Our (USA) legal process at its dumbest. I think that's about the nub of it
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: What's the best Chinese Piano? by ilm @ Today at 11:07 AM

I agree with Jean Claude.
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
So MAC in the answer, it might is I don't have a clue I never touched a MAC .. maybe I could buy a designated little ipad for the piano vst? Wonder if Ipad has enough power for a pianoteq. Anyway thanks for the info ...
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Baldwin Model R by Rickster @ Today at 11:02 AM

Originally Posted By jkeksk11Thanks Rick! I just got a new Baldwin that has an art case but does not say "R" - also, model is 225, apparently, not 226. Wondering if anyone has ever heard of this. Made me wonder if it was an Artist Series m
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
I have decided to live with it , the weight is the biggest issue, as for my audience , they got to live with the sound and my bad jokes , I could not care less , they usually are to drunk to notice anyway !!!!
Piano Teachers Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Do you teach arpeggios in inversions? by hreichgott @ Today at 10:53 AM

Arpeggios in inversions are one of those things that some teachers will teach as a separate exercise, and some teachers will expect students to be able to adjust when they encounter this type of arpeggio in music. I'm in the latter camp and here's wh
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Some More Excellent Videos.... by joename @ Today at 10:52 AM

I'm so glad he is continuing the series. These are just about my favorite piano-related videos on Youtube. I love that it's focused on the "how" and not the "what." He's affable and straightforward, and clearly full of knowledge.
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Baldwin Model R by jkeksk11 @ Today at 10:46 AM

Thanks Rick! I just got a new Baldwin that has an art case but does not say "R" - also, model is 225, apparently, not 226. Wondering if anyone has ever heard of this. Made me wonder if it was an Artist Series model or not, but I think it i
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