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Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Using a tuneable audio filter to help you hear beats by DoelKees @ Yesterday at 04:18 PM

Originally Posted By: Mark Cerisano, RPT You have an audio processing software package of your own? Could you Google jass audio. Kees
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Jump to new posts Re: In search of my piano name Brand by Retsacnal @ Yesterday at 04:15 PM

There are Instructions on how to post photos here, or you can post them on a photo website and provide links to them here. Good luck with your name search.
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Teaching beginners by SMHaley @ Yesterday at 04:03 PM

Originally Posted By: Mark C. RPT Please do not speak for others Hakki. That is just rude.
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Jump to new posts Re: Is this Schumann Upright bass bridge Salvageable? by SMHaley @ Yesterday at 04:00 PM

Originally Posted By: Paul678 Reblitz warns that loosening more than 6-8 strings puts the plate in danger of cracking. If that were always true imagine what would happen with a pitch raise!
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Jump to new posts Re: Disklavier Too Loud by SMHaley @ Yesterday at 03:56 PM

Originally Posted By: UnrightToonerWell, the calibration procedure didn't seem to be available on the disklavier unit. There were moderate string grooves, but when I shaped a few hammers the tone and volume did change much. Hey, its a Yamaha. So I tu
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: First tuning my piano with TuneLab by SMHaley @ Yesterday at 03:53 PM

Originally Posted By: Pablo ArturiSMHaley: I think it's called in english a "concert baby grand piano", it's 2.15 meters long. We call it "Media Cola" in spanish, that would be "half tail" literaly translated. I'll try
Members Recordings - Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Liszt: Sonata in B minor, S. 178 by BruceD @ Yesterday at 03:29 PM

Originally Posted By: BrendanIs it appropriate to play this piece while wearing shorts? [...] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0BZBKjr__8Y Only if you are playing a "short" version! I don't know (because I don't particularly like) this So
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Jump to new posts Re: Fall 2014 Piano Buyer now online by PianoWorksATL @ Yesterday at 01:58 PM

Originally Posted By: Steve CohenFrom what I can gather Steinway's NY production is around 1000 units a year. That's ~4 per day. Assuming they needed an additional man/day to optimize each piano (which is more time than a typical dealer spends), it
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Jump to new posts Re: Need Leutke Leipzig info by Gardenergirl @ Yesterday at 12:48 PM

Thanks so much for everyone's help!
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Jump to new posts Re: Baldwin Hamilton 1941 by RickG1 @ Yesterday at 12:48 PM

I might go look at it WITH A TECH. Granted, it probably needs work but might get you by.
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Alfred Graduates by Ohio_Mark @ Yesterday at 11:58 AM

In regards to using a teacher with the Alfred Method books: I have been taking lessons for 3 years (this October). I have always used a method book. My first teacher that I had for 2 years (before retiring) started me out on the Faber books then m
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Themed recital: Suites by wouter79 @ Yesterday at 11:09 AM

I usually do repeats. unless I really can't make it sound nice. Second time you usually try to bring a variant of the first one. Twice exactly the same is not so nice.
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: New Kawai DP & RH3 action (CN35 & CN25) by Chrisl @ Yesterday at 09:30 AM

Originally Posted By: Kawai JamesYes, pwl is correct. In terms of realism, I would list Kawai's current generation keyboard actions in the following order: 1. Grand Feel (CA95/CA65, CS10/CS7, MP11) 2. RM3 Grand II (CA15, VPC1) 3. RHII (CN34/CN24, E
Piano Teachers Forum
Jump to new posts Re: No more free consultation? by jdw @ Yesterday at 08:23 AM

When I see teachers offering a free lesson/consultation, I tend to assume they are early in the process of building up a studio. Of course, if you need to do this to keep the studio numbers healthy, then it's worth it. But for a busy person with a fu
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Jump to new posts Associate Diploma repertoire by lacrymosa85 @ Yesterday at 07:55 AM

I am preparing for my A Mus A exam (Associate of music in Australia) and thought I'd run my proposed performance by here before I start learning the pieces. The music needs to be from at least 3 periods and the performance needs to be between 30 and
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Faber Graduates by BrianDX @ Yesterday at 07:49 AM

rpw; Nice to hear from you. Sounds like you are making great progress. In addition to Faber I am also beginning to work on pieces from the Festival Collection By Helen Marlais. All the pieces are in their original form, but are ability-appropriate
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Kreisleriana by WinsomeAllegretto @ Yesterday at 07:15 AM

What a great piece! I wrote a 40 page thesis on Kreisleriana. I must say that I didn't arrive at quite the same conclusion as our geocities poster.
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: MIDI to USB adapters? by Mark NM @ Yesterday at 06:52 AM

Originally Posted By: Charles CohenWhile you're waiting, you can add my favorable experience with an M-Audio Uno. Using Windows 8, connecting a three-pedal PX-350 with Pianoteq -- . . . no problems at all. . Charles That's fantastic t
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Jump to new posts Re: What about Samick's Concert grands? by JohnSprung @ Yesterday at 04:47 AM

Originally Posted By: whitegrand? Would a Samick concert grand be a reasonable choice for institutional use? (i.e. church, with little money.) Such a buyer should certainly compare the Samick with older concert grands of other makes. You can, for
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Interested in chords of this song by dire tonic @ Yesterday at 03:49 AM

There's a chord layer slightly subdued in the mix, starting around 0:50 a keyboard synth pad - a 'fizzy' saw-tooth sound - is playing on 4-and in every bar (2 chords in bar 8)- Bbm7 Fm7 Bbm7 Ebm7 (last chord becomes Gb to Ab in the repeat 4 bars) -
Pianist Corner - Non Classical
Jump to new posts Re: Gypsy Jazz? by Elssa @ 09/16/14 11:58 PM

I never realized he played so many great old standards: Django Fakebook http://www.gypsyguitar.de/downloads/gg-downloads/fakebook_django_2008.pdf
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Picking up practice after vacations by malkin @ 09/16/14 11:15 PM

Originally Posted By: AndresD...I've been practicing for a lot longer that some of the people there and I'm not nearly as good... ...not a competition, merely an exhibition...
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Reger's Piano Variations by argerichfan @ 09/16/14 10:30 PM

Originally Posted By: RealPlayerHey, Jason, didn't Reger write quite a lot for organ? What's that music like? Yes, he did write quite a bit for organ, and the chorale fantasias are incredibly dense and difficult, though no more so than the chorale
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Getting back into it by Upside @ 09/16/14 09:33 PM

Thank you both... It does seem that a teacher is really important! Hopefully I will have an income boost soon and figure out a way to do lessons again. I played the Beatrice Miller version of "Jesu, Joy" - so a bit easier version. I will l
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Yamaha Modus F11 - Moving Key Issues by Ryan0751 @ 09/16/14 08:54 PM

I just wanted to resurrect this thread with an update. I had the piano repaired once more this year, and it was working fine for quite a while. Unfortunately the moving key part failed once again. After contacting yamaha support again, and going t
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