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Jump to new posts Re: Replacing a string by Mark Cerisano, RPT @ 08/30/15 11:17 PM

I have had to "untwist" bass strings I twisted too much because they were buzzing. I generally like to twist by hand, not use a twisting tool, then I can feel how much is too much. I echo the impressive dealer work.
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Jump to new posts Locked Away EPIC piano cover! by Zach Evans @ 08/30/15 10:19 PM

Hi guys! I got a new piano cover! It's Locked Away by R.City ft. Adam Levine! Let me know what you guys think! -Zach Evans
Pianist Corner
Originally Posted By colin_pianist18@ benjamink: Thank you. If no one else has any objections to it, I'll probably get the Baerenreiter Verlag. I have like a $40-$50 gift certificate coming for Sheet Music Plus, so it'd probably be the best for me. O
Pianist Corner - Non Classical
Jump to new posts Re: Suggestions for Easy Jazz Arrangements for Xmas? by AndrewJCW @ 08/30/15 09:19 PM

Martha mier has a book line called Christmas jazz rags and blues with books from beginner to advanced students. I haven't used then but it might be up your alley.
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Jump to new posts Re: Earthworks QTC-40mp mics. by S.H.Lee @ 08/30/15 08:23 PM

Thanks everyone comment. I also surprise the QTC-40 little capsules are so rich. But you see "DPA4060" is much more tiny. Right now i feel: QTC-40 is much more rich,more louder,more detail,treble tone more bright and more expensive. NT-55
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Jump to new posts Presonus Audiobox USB by MacMacMac @ 08/30/15 07:50 PM

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Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Grand damper regulation using keybed only by Ed McMorrow, RPT @ 08/30/15 07:22 PM

You will get a much better damper regulation if you wait to install them after the entire key-frame, keys, action, and hammers are regulated to the strings and the key-bed. Then you will know exactly where the dampers and under-levers should be set
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Jump to new posts Re: Boston and Essex name origin by Ed McMorrow, RPT @ 08/30/15 07:14 PM

Dara, while I understand how you feel about the subject I think you fail to see how Bob Snyder would feel about the words "falsity" being employed. Sales representatives will always respond strongly to implications they are deceitful. I d
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Jump to new posts Re: Piano places in Boston by Ed McMorrow, RPT @ 08/30/15 07:04 PM

There are several piano rebuilding shops. Several of the owners post here on PW. Jim Iallegio, Ed Buck, and Jude Revelly. The Bennet Street School of piano technology is there.
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Jump to new posts Brahms by BruceD @ 08/30/15 06:32 PM

Brahms: Ballade, Op. 10, No. 4
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Jump to new posts Chair by BruceD @ 08/30/15 06:29 PM

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Jump to new posts Re: Favorite Performance Editions by BruceD @ 08/30/15 06:24 PM

This is what I was referring to : [img:left][/img] Admittedly, the doubling is optional, but it certainly takes away from what we consider as the essentially Baroque character of this toccata-like Prelude. Regards,
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Jump to new posts Bach Prelude by BruceD @ 08/30/15 06:22 PM

Bach Prelude 21, Bk. I
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Thanks for all the great replies everyone, I'll be sure to check out all these resources! I really appreciate getting your personal feedback and recommendations on services/books/other resources you've used – it's really hard to filtering through t
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Considering to buy a Yamaha YDP-162 by Alexander Borro @ 08/30/15 03:05 PM

Generally piano stools are accessories are marked up quite a bit in music stores I noticed when buying one. You can get the same sort of thing cheaper from ebay or even online music stores much cheaper. The chair I had that came with the piano had
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: reflecting material behind an upright by Ivan M. @ 08/30/15 02:54 PM

The idea is to get all the frequencies back in the primary reflection behind the piano instead of losing the bass through the wall. I hope this might just take care at least of what the player hears... But in the end the other walls can require some
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: How to get feedback on original compositions by phantomFive @ 08/30/15 01:56 PM

What are you trying to achieve with this composition? Why did you write it? What is your goal as a composer?
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Ah ah!! Kawai ES7 Has Been Discontinued by Framboise @ 08/30/15 01:16 PM

Cheers from sunny south of France ! Yes indeed, the es7 has been discontinued - however, you can still find them for sale on the net. In fact, Kawai has announced that the es8 should be available in Europe in September, and for those of you who live
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
As long what you write is valuable it will serve someone which look for information at some other occasion. So it is not totally lost and in that situation we cannot say much anyway, not having the smallest piece of technical information on the pian
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: AMEB AMUSA EXAM by BruceD @ 08/30/15 11:50 AM

Apart from what your teacher says, what do the official requirements state? Surely you have consulted the requirements on line or in print. In any examination situation that I have encountered, I have never heard that pieces have to be a specific
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Spacestation v3 keyboard amp for AP sounds by Dave Ferris @ 08/30/15 09:35 AM

My SS has sold but thanks for the inquiries.
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Piano Positioning by Olek @ 08/30/15 09:04 AM

Hello the opening in the wall facing the piano will probably cure much of the reflections. If the audience is in a room next to that door your room will work as speakers, so no idea of the tone quality. For the legs there is no trouble if you are
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Jump to new posts Re: Book with Lullabies by Rank Piano Amateur @ 08/30/15 07:30 AM

I have some recollection of a record (later a CD) and an accompanying book called "Golden Slumbers." The songs were gorgeous.
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: How regular should one tune the piano? by Olek @ 08/30/15 06:22 AM

a second hand piano in a good environment should stand one year if not played brutally, if it stand on its 4 casters on a stable floor (od tile floors make the piano move all times and the tuning goes away sooner) When the plain wire begin to be tir
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Thoughts on Voicing the Piano by Olek @ 08/30/15 05:42 AM

YEs but needling produce the same results in both cases. simply the core of the hammer is way les compressed .packed with softer hammers they are more damping, and I think we cannot make the under crown as resilient without laquers. lacquersI are e
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