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Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Progressive Beat Speeds Tuned Aurally in One Pass! by Mark Cerisano, RPT @ 07/29/15 11:57 PM

Originally Posted By Herr WeissOriginally Posted By Mark Cerisano, RPTWay too much hostility here. I think some of you need to reread the forum rules again. You are just experiencing a bit of tough love. I am inspired by your signature. Thanks.
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Jump to new posts Re: Progressive Beat Speeds Tuned Aurally in One Pass! by Mark Cerisano, RPT @ 07/29/15 11:53 PM

Originally 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 were told that your unisons are not up t
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Split-Treble Upright actions by Gene Nelson @ 07/29/15 11:51 PM

I'm not certain but if there is a dog leg in the bridge where the split is I would assume that the designer was making an effort to develop a reasonably good scale.
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Jump to new posts Re: Metronome -- How old?? by shmuel michelson @ 07/29/15 11:50 PM

Thanx J.S.!, I'll try it also...
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Progressive Beat Speeds Tuned Aurally in One Pass! by Mark Cerisano, RPT @ 07/29/15 11:43 PM

I agree with you and that is why I am always striving to become better at tuning. The quality of the unisons are easily heard when playing SBI. The RBI tests prove a certain relationship and when that doesn't happen in the SBI, it is usually the un
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Roland AirPerformer app problems by lunobili @ 07/29/15 11:39 PM

Hi Jay, I tried to reinstall the app, but it had no effect. I researched a bit. At this point I am almost sure it is indeed a wifi density issue. Thanks guys, this was useful. The first step to find a solution is to understand the problem. Luca
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Objective Bisecting Beat Speed Window Temperament Sequence by Mark Cerisano, RPT @ 07/29/15 11:21 PM

Pure 6:3 F3G#3 = G#3F4 = A#3D4 Narrow 6:3 F3G#3 > G#3F4 F3G#3 = A3F#4 = B3D#4
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Traditional One Month To Recital Thread by AZ_Astro @ 07/29/15 11:09 PM

Woo hoo! Successfully recorded my piece this evening! I must have tried to record it twenty times on my digital piano over the past month but could never finish the entire piece cleanly. So tonight I went ahead and tried to record on my acoustic p
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Jump to new posts Re: MOYD 2015 by malkin @ 07/29/15 11:07 PM

Best wishes for a successful surgery and speedy recovery dynambot!
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Originally Posted By Mark Cerisano, RPT If you tune a barely narrow 6:3, F3G#3 = B3D#4. Why? Kees
Adult Beginners Forum
Or you could get some nice recordings to play in your ipod!
Adult Beginners Forum
If you are interested in easy arrangements rather than the original compositions, you might consider this: Simply Chopin Ed
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: RPT's in Bay Area? by RonTuner @ 07/29/15 11:02 PM

David Love is really top notch... Met him and seen/heard some of his work. Really strong knowledge base on voicing/hammers/action work etc.. Ron Koval
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Jump to new posts Re: Objective Bisecting Beat Speed Window Temperament Sequence by Mark Cerisano, RPT @ 07/29/15 11:00 PM

Tunewerk, I have infinitely more success with beginners. Piano tuning produces diehards. I myself would not have changed methods three times unless motivated by the limitations of the current "depth of knowledge". And we can't move knowled
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
I have never been able to tune a good temperament in one pass (without corrections and refinements). After hearing at your recordings I am reassured that you are not able to do that neither. And I am not being hostile but objective. Your unisons a
Pianist Corner
Originally Posted By bennevisOriginally Posted By pianoloverus Didn't Horowitz at least play the changes for Rach before he performed the changes in concert? Horowitz rarely ever asked any (living) composer's permission before he made changes to t
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Jump to new posts Re: 2008 Yamaha C3 from eBay ($15,000) vs C2X ($27,000) by pianoMom2006 @ 07/29/15 10:35 PM

I agree with Rick, Ebay can be a great source but I'd look for pianos within driving distance - 200 miles. I saved a small fortune by buying our piano secondhand but it took 6 months to find the right one. The savings were worth the effort. There wer
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: RPT's in Bay Area? by Anne Francis @ 07/29/15 10:34 PM

Thanks Gene. (Are these all people you know and could recommend, or did they come off the PTG site?) Anne
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Kawai ES-100 or Casio Privia PX-150? by Charles Cohen @ 07/29/15 10:31 PM

Check the Pianoteq users' forum. There are a surprising number of people using the PX-150 to drive it. If you have a suitable computer and speakers (or headphones), I suspect a PX-150 plus Pianoteq is the most "piano sound and touch per dollar
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Casio WK 7600 CTK 7200 by Randyman @ 07/29/15 10:29 PM

I'm confident that at its price point of $450 US' there's nothing that compares to the wk 7600 for keybed, built in speakers and quality of sounds. AND, it has quite a few features. But in terms of an editor I think it'd be more worthwhile putting
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Objective Bisecting Beat Speed Window Temperament Sequence by Mark Cerisano, RPT @ 07/29/15 10:28 PM

I don't understand. If you tune a barely narrow 6:3, F3G#3 = B3D#4. You set up the m3/M3 relationship based on the size of the octave. And the best sounding octave (here I am only discussing A3A4 and F3F4, but will assume similar spread up to B3B4
Pianist Corner
To define a word like "music" one certainly does not need a music dictionary. Standard dictionaries are fine for non technical terms. They all seem include the sheet music for a piece as one of the definitions of music. From what people h
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Beginner needs some buying advice for a digital piano by Charles Cohen @ 07/29/15 10:17 PM

The PX-350 will do what you want. It has a full "General MIDI" set of voices, auto-accompaniment, drum patterns, etc. The built-in audio recorder works OK. The loudspeakers are comparable to other DP's in its price range. The connectivi
Adult Beginners Forum
I do remember my kid played an easy piece when she was younger, The Maiden's Waltz I think. If I remember correctly five octaves would be enough. However, it be more simple than what you're lookin to play.
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Schafer & Sons piano identification by Rickster @ 07/29/15 10:12 PM

For $200 I don't see how you could go wrong, unless you hurt your back moving the piano yourself. That's pretty much a give-a-way price in my book. Good luck, and keep us informed!! Rick
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