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Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
I'd probably use just a bit of silicone spray, rather than WD-40. But either one should be OK. . Charles
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: playing in front of many well known pros by DanS @ 07/05/14 11:39 PM

Performing outside/beyond your comfort zone is the best way to expand yourself. Enjoy the experience, and good luck!
Adult Beginners Forum
Aakash Gandhi Bollywood Music Have you looked at the above site focused on Bollywood Music ? The site may be interested in including the song you referred in their tutorials.
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: PX 850 question by MLFLY @ 07/05/14 11:24 PM

Sure but it's my first digital so you should research other opinions. First, I'd be happy with either one. Both played well and sounded good. They're the same thing, only different Yamaha + Key tops . Ivory like feel was nice (this did not influ
Piano Teachers Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Skype Teacher Wanted - Classical by Peter K. Mose @ 07/05/14 11:16 PM

Why would anyone deliberately want a Skype piano teacher, unless one is a prison inmate? I don't get it.
Adult Beginners Forum
Sorry for offering money.I live in a place where taking live piano lessons is not an option.I would love to have lessons over skype where someone can help with specific improvisation queries.I would be glad if you guys can point me to some place wher
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: My EBVT by That Tooner @ 07/05/14 10:58 PM

Good job! The second one sounds a lot better!
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: How to play Crazy Fast Arpeggios - Tutorial by Polyphonist @ 07/05/14 10:51 PM

Ahem...
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: My EBVT by Weiyan @ 07/05/14 10:42 PM

Originally Posted By: GadzarMuch better! But too strong for a Victorian Well. I mean Ab major is way too harsh. And C major too calm. But this time you got the "Well Tempered" idea. Congratulations! Keep practicing. I hear the M3 CE too
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Originally Posted By: MorodieneBy the way, have you considered a Kawai VPC1? I definitely did--I have some experience with the variety of software piano library/modeling options and have used a few (Galaxy Vintage D, TruePianos) to get continued use
Adult Beginners Forum
Also, unless someone can learn the music, figure out how to make it so you can learn it, and do the video and upload etc all in about 10 minutes, your suggested fee is way too low. Just saying.
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Achievement of the week - what got you excited? by Whizbang @ 07/05/14 10:21 PM

Originally Posted By: SigFigsNailed it. Congrats. Great feeling, eh?
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: yamaha CX7 grand by terminaldegree @ 07/05/14 10:14 PM

I wrote an in-depth back to back review of the C7 vs the C7X in the current issue of the Piano Buyer, which can be read online for free. Both pianos were in the same room and cared for by the same technician, who does high-level work for Yamaha artis
Pianist Corner - Non Classical
Jump to new posts Re: Improvising or playing solo parts... by Maarkr @ 07/05/14 10:12 PM

thanks michael... i've read so much of your advice in these forums and on the web... it's right on point. if i was more advanced I'd love to take your course. maybe someday. Quote:Ignore the chords your band is playing, and work on solos that impl
Adult Beginners Forum
There are other appropriate forums to offer financial incentives for getting small requests done. The way you are throwing around dollar bills here gives this forum an unintended gentleman's club vibe !!
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Piano related movies? by Eldridge @ 07/05/14 10:06 PM

"They Came to Play," a documentary about the 2007 Cliburn Amateur Competition.
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
My daughter has a Roland FP-7F portable digital piano that we bought several years ago. Today while she was playing I noticed that the sustain pedal is really squeaky (the piano is in her bedroom and I don't usually sit in her room and listen like I
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Piano related movies? by Eldridge @ 07/05/14 09:55 PM

"The Mephisto Waltz" with Alan Alda, about a young pianist who trades his soul to the devil in return for virtuosity. Schlocky but fun. "Song of Love" about the Schumanns, with Hepburn as Clara.
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Interesting impact tuning. A tight screw can't turn in usual way, but turned in a few tap. Another Impact vs Driver. Not sure if this is related to turning the tuning pin. EDIT: added second video
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Summer In The City played on Sampletekk's "White Grand" sample library in Kontakt, using Kontakt's "Pianoverb" for reverb. Just chord bashing. https://soundcloud.com/sullivang/summer-in-the-city-the-lovin-spoonful
Pianist Corner
You might want to post this in the Adult Beginner Forum.
Pianist Corner - Non Classical
As someone whose principal instrument has been the double bass since the first term of the Nixon Administration, my advice is: Learn to play the piccolo. You'll be in great demand around the Fourth of July.
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Kawai VPC1 by rnaple @ 07/05/14 09:20 PM

From looking into acoustic treatment. There is much to consider. Much that doesn't work. Some that works great. As a result. I have an EMM-6 microphone coming. So I can analyze my room. Make good decisions. Instead of building, trashing, and buildin
Piano Forum
This Steinway D showed up in LA recently, and although I can't afford it, maybe you should give it a look! I'm not sure what year your B is from, but this is a 1994 D in a private home, so it could be in very good shape. http://losangeles.craigslist
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts How to play Crazy Fast Arpeggios - Tutorial by Zach Evans @ 07/05/14 09:13 PM

What's up everyone, I've always had a thing for flashy moves on piano, and I ended up learning this arpeggio move that can add some flair to piano covers/improvisations you might do. Its actually relatively easy to learn if you know how to learn it,
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