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Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Deciding between CA67 (maybe CA97) and HP605 by Paul Mann @ Yesterday at 05:10 PM

I played a Roland HP-605 and then a Kawai CA97 both through headphones, 2 days ago. I prefer the Grand Feel II on the Kawai CA97 and also prefer the piano sound on the Kawai, because the Roland HP-605 had an irritating effect when I was playing
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Want BIGGER Pedals!!! by DanS @ Yesterday at 05:05 PM

Perhaps pedals with a different shape could help. pedals Your tech would be able to get them cheaper, fyi
Piano Forum
you are truly drawn to this piano. I would work closely with my the. Talk with him/her away from the dealer. See what is good about the piano and what is possibly a problem with it nor, or in the future. You are buying a piano to satisfy you and you
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: How DOES one become skilled enough to play Rachmaninov? by David Farley @ Yesterday at 04:32 PM

There's a book... https://www.amazon.com/Sergei-Rachmaninoff-School-Musicianship-Technique/dp/1480112186 I have it, but I can't recommend or not recommend it since I've been stuck on other things.
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: A Couple Of Steinway Libraries On Sale by ElmerJFudd @ Yesterday at 03:23 PM

Although, a good sample still sounds more like a piano recording - at least to my ears. And I like Pianoteq a lot.
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Preparing to record, with lots of questions by ElmerJFudd @ Yesterday at 03:08 PM

Originally Posted By wouter79Originally Posted By ElmerJFuddI think the stuttering you are referring to is simply that YouTube needs to buffer on your computer to play smoothly, and since YouTube is so heavily used (and your ISP may not be giving You
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Conditioning Prior To Refinishing by Gene Nelson @ Yesterday at 02:58 PM

My experience says yes and I would not recommend if I did not have experience. but your project and your decision is what counts in the end I have done black and clear over wood grain. IV done textured/semi gloss and high gloss Check out targetcoatin
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Rebeginner adult by bennevis @ Yesterday at 02:54 PM

Originally Posted By mimi9 If you are lazy (like me) and don't enjoy playing the same piece day in and day out to perfect it and don't like piano exercises but don't mind sight-reading (or the idea of sight-reading), search the libraries (or the on-l
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Move on or stick with it? by mimi9 @ Yesterday at 02:27 PM

I'm probably going to get lambasted for this, but..... Go ahead and skip it. Continue working with the later pieces and come back later. If you keep going, after awhile you can come back to the piece you didn't finish and you will find it much ea
Pianist Corner
Orchestras have libraries and librarians who put parts in folders for each stand for rehearsals and performances. String players usually share a stand, but their folders will have two parts in case stand partners wish to "woodshed" (take pa
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Jump to new posts Piece for Piano, Violin and Cello in C. by Pukino777 @ Yesterday at 01:58 PM

Hallo guys, I want to share with you a brand new piece for Piano, Violin and Cello in C-Major. I hope you will enjoy it. Feel free to comment if you like. PJ.
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Unofficial Kawai ES8 Comments/Reviews Thread by A1A @ Yesterday at 01:44 PM

Good idea in your case ColoRodney, however I have the ivory white model.. hmnn.. maybe there's a fingernail polish that would be suitable in my case. Gee, it'll be tough to lug the ES8 over to the make-up department at the store, lol.. wait, I am sav
Pianist Corner - Non Classical
Jump to new posts Crazy expressions while playing by charleslang @ Yesterday at 01:31 PM

I thought it's remarkable how she sort of 'needs to' keep going after the end of the tune. Opinions? Expressive playing
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Baldwin SF-10 by PattyP @ Yesterday at 12:33 PM

Thank you, Ed. If this turns out to be a piano I'm really interested in, I'll be sure to have a tech look at it first.
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: 1920s Victoria Upright - worth a restoration? by Bob @ Yesterday at 11:13 AM

What if you pay a technician to evaluate the piano and give you some advice on how to proceed? Not having seen the instrument, it's difficult to give you solid advice. Posting some pictures if you are able might help. One thing - piano restoratio
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Any advice on moving an upright in a Uhaul? by Bob @ Yesterday at 11:08 AM

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Jump to new posts Re: Building new upright piano action from scratch by Goof @ Yesterday at 10:24 AM

WNG are very reluctant to sell an action to a person who is not the holder of a registered piano business.
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: CHOPIN'S WALTZ IN A MINOR by malkin @ Yesterday at 09:59 AM

MICHAEL122, you haven't specified which waltz you are working on, so it is not possible for others to address the question posed in your OP. Here are a couple questions for you: If you are satisfied with your process and your progress why do you ca
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Casio Grand Hybrid Series by toddy @ Yesterday at 09:36 AM

Originally Posted By ElmerJFuddQuote:Which is useful information in itself - no less useful if, in fact, 90% of us said they preferred Kawai over Yamaha. Is this statement based on anything? A pole or survey or something? Which actions were includ
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: DIY pitch raise by a semitone - good idea? by Goof @ Yesterday at 09:36 AM

In the seventies I aquired a Carl Ecke upright 1850 - fantastic tone. I Had no problems with tuning it but as I only had a tuning fork and I can not remember what freequency was stamped on the fork. Later when I moved away from the coast to Rhodesia
Piano Teachers Forum
I'm not a teacher (and I don't live in Australia), but why don't you get one of those pedal 'extensions' (- I don't know the exact term) for children who can't otherwise reach the pedals? I've seen them used in YT videos . BTW, I've been listenin
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Adding Muffler Rail to Upright Piano by Goof @ Yesterday at 09:06 AM

Well I did use chamois leather and it is really much better than the original felt: it gives the piano a very pleasnt tone - now all I have to do is play the beast !
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