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Jump to new posts Re: . by DanS @ 02/28/15 09:29 AM

Originally Posted By maitaiThis is my first post although I've been reading posts in this forum for some time. My wife has decided that our child needs a grand piano. It took some time and effort but we now agree that an upright will do for the next
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: SampleTank for iPad Question by newbert @ 02/28/15 09:17 AM

Originally Posted By MaxpianoNot sure I understand, but the easy way to do it is to create your Sampletank programs, setting in each the instrument and the volume you want, then save it a as Sampletank preset (that you can recall manualky or via MIDI
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Jump to new posts Re: repetition spring center pins.... by kennyz @ 02/28/15 08:53 AM

Yep...I managed to get one out without totally killing it. It's red w/ the white thread mics out abot .033, and like I said no pin at all. I've gotta run ( Have to help cousin move today) I'll post some pics later. Ken
Pianist Corner
This is really impressive. I've been a Nosferatu fan for a good many years, so I know the film quite well. I've even tried improvising along with parts of the film, but could have never equaled Ms. Montero's rendition.
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Seems like an interesting site. I think it would be great for adults with some prior training. I will definitely check it out. I really like the idea of having a personal teachers though. For many reasons. I have so many great memories of my teachers
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Jump to new posts Re: Broken wound string, restring by Maximillyan @ 02/28/15 08:37 AM

Originally Posted By Mark R. Originally Posted By Ed FooteOriginally Posted By Maximillyan I share yours views the do "no harm" about . However, having neither the means nor the equipment nor the new strings and so on., Max stranded on a s
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Jump to new posts Re: Ok, so I've been thinking about Max's cardboard fix by Maximillyan @ 02/28/15 08:17 AM

Originally Posted By David BoyceYes Max, many of us have knows about the value of cardboard shims for many years. But we have found that the method of using CA glue is generally superior, and that's what we now use, since in many places CA glue is r
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Jump to new posts Re: Human and mould playing a piano by maurus @ 02/28/15 07:21 AM

Interesting Rich - thanks for pointing to that earlier development. Here interaction goes both ways: The electromagnets also pick up what the pianist plays, transfer this signal to the organisms and bring their response back to the piano strings. I
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Specs on paper vs overall sound by WillMedic @ 02/28/15 07:15 AM

Apologies made an error with my price comparison earlier, from same retailer CN25- £1028 (best price) CN35- £1256 (best functions) CS4- £1409 (best finish and integration of 2 way speakers with cabinet) CA15- £1499 (wooden keys and Grand feel)
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Jump to new posts Re: Price for Yamaha GC1 by BrianDX @ 02/28/15 07:12 AM

Originally Posted By ppuff211Hi everyone, I'm new to this forum and have been reading through the archives. What a wealth of information! I have a few questions: (1) I was quoted around $17,800 (down from $23k "retail") for a Yamaha GC1. I
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Decades ago it would have been a lot more hassle and "clerical work" to establish and maintain. Insurance companies almost certainly can now access policy details by indexes OTHER than policy number, i.e. by ANY data field and quickly find
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Jump to new posts Re: What determines a song's time signature? by FogVilleLad @ 02/28/15 04:46 AM

The examples and the link to Beats in Wikipedia were really helpful.
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Jump to new posts Re: Yamaha CLP 535 - opinions by Kerrrmit @ 02/28/15 04:31 AM

Yeah, i love this DP But like i said it's hard to me to change habbits from my last one. It's like replace Smart for Mercedes CFX bass sound feels too much "heavy"... just agglutinate sometimes, i got problem with sensitively when i play
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Jump to new posts Airport piano by PhilipInChina @ 02/28/15 03:22 AM

I have just flown from Sofia airport. In departures there is a grand piano for passengers to play. It is a Hamburg Steinway serial number 295298. It has had a hard life since 1939 when it was made but plays well enough. The lid is fastened down someh
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Jump to new posts Piano Tuner screen shots by Chris Leslie @ 02/28/15 02:48 AM

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Jump to new posts Re: Roland & Lang Lang by peterws @ 02/28/15 01:54 AM

You don't want to see L L playing "girl wi the flaxen hair". . .you really don't! Like watching paint dry. . .
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Jump to new posts Re: a few pesky notes louder than others by Radio.Octave @ 02/28/15 12:09 AM

I guess I'm just stuck with the room until I find a house I like, buy it and finally move. I think a big part of the problem is that the piano just needs to more room to "breathe." I played a bit tonight on half stick and it does mellow t
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Originally Posted By jim ialeggioOriginally Posted By beethoven986 Anyone else with me on this? Not with you on this...though I never use it when playing, and very,very few of my customers use it, when I tune, I use it the whole time...unisons and
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Jump to new posts Re: Placing an ad for a piano for sale by Guapo Gabacho @ 02/27/15 08:10 PM

Thanks Rickster, Where have you been? I hope the Mrs. isn't the reason you been scarce.
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Jump to new posts Re: Question for Piano Teachers forum! by John v.d.Brook @ 02/27/15 08:00 PM

Originally Posted By chasingrainbowsI prefer not to have students and their parents/siblings in my home for a variety of reasons, but mainly for privacy issues. Besides working in a music store, I teach privately and go to the students' homes. I char
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Well thank you all for your replies. I am still in a position, that I would not want a returned DP if I was buying a new one and would have to ask the question, because I would want to make sure I was receiving a new one, brand new, from the manufac
Pianist Corner
Originally Posted By MarkHTo be clear - in the section of the score you posted, I play ONLY the repeated c-sharps with the right hand, and all the other notes with the left hand. Now that's just crazy talk!
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Who here actually practices chords regularly? by hreichgott @ 02/27/15 06:54 PM

Originally Posted By 8 OctavesOriginally Posted By dire tonicOriginally Posted By 8 OctavesI do now practice chords routinely as part of my practice. I'd be interested to know what your chord practice entails, typically. So everyday I do the foll
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