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Jump to new posts Re: Need help choosing my first Grand. by BDB @ 06/25/15 07:58 PM

I would choose the one I liked the best if I were a beginner or as advanced in piano technology as I am now. In between, I might pay more attention to the brand name. Some things go around in circles!
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Jump to new posts Re: Piazzolla piano version? Series de Angel by toyboy @ 06/25/15 06:50 PM

Good luck with learning the suite. They're lovely pieces, especially when played all together.
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Jump to new posts Re: Top 5 - 7 classical pieces that I should learn? by Nicholas Mihaila @ 06/25/15 05:55 PM

Originally Posted By SchubertianNicholas what is your skill level? Are you a beginner, intermediate, advanced? Can you share with us any pieces that you have worked on that you have taken a good way towards performance level polish? I can't argue
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Jump to new posts Re: If only my pinkies were 1/2 knuckle longer! by bennevis @ 06/25/15 05:40 PM

Originally Posted By qazsedcftFrom Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sergei_Rachmaninoff Contrary to rumors of "six and a half feet," Rachmaninoff’s physical height is documented in repeated (10 November 1918 and 30 October 1924) U
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Jump to new posts Re: Could this Charles Walter be a good deal? by pianoloverus @ 06/25/15 05:34 PM

Originally Posted By zigIs it possible for someone to help me with the math on this? Pam indicated she spoke with the Walter family and was quoted $8400 plus shipping for a new one and the commenter above indicates a price of $ 14260. Is the diffe
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Originally Posted By BruceDWouldn't that be Nobul Piece (i.e. a piece of the no bull!) Prize? Cheers! HAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHA
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Jump to new posts Re: Van Cliburn "Amateur" Competition 2016 by bennevis @ 06/25/15 04:16 PM

Originally Posted By ClsscLib So "Good" is better than "Quite Good"? Quite.
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Very nice job Ralf, if I find some free time I'll play with it with pleasure. Is it possible to have a small pdf manual in future to study better the procedures? Thanks in anycase for your time and your good work.
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Software or App for Realtime Transposing? by Kbeaumont @ 06/25/15 02:51 PM

DAW software has gotten real cheap too. You can get Reaper for $60, ardour is free for example. And Garage Band is free on every Mac and is deceptively powerful. Anyone wanting to record themselves playing really should use a DAW. The reason is that
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Its all about work flow. A computer is powerful but has a totally different interface. Which can be mitigated somewhat with midi controllers. Using a computer is very flexible but requires multiple software, and configuring to your controller. And co
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I posted a picture now....so, maybe experts can say more now. (I've read the other discussion about this brand)
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Jump to new posts Re: Where do you live and how's business? by oldbegonia @ 06/25/15 01:16 PM

(*groan) oh HPM, if only... It's a great idea and would undoubtedly work in this area. "Free" is one of the most liked words in English! 😊 Alas... His current approach to monthly billing already "spends" that 5th lesson. His ra
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Hi all, Found PW through Googling for info about electronic pianos vs. Yammie's Silent Piano. My name's Bert, and I'm a Dutchman living in Norway. Started playing organs (electronic, harmonium and pipe organ) at age 8 and eventually became a class
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I believe the only real way of gathering all the data in a relational database (DB) is this: Step 1. Extract content of each book in as much detail as individual song names and composer/performer names into text files. As for printed books, one shou
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Hello folks, As it is my first post here, let me introduce myself: my name is Arnaud. I work at a company called Yousician - we develop apps to make music education easier/more enjoyable. Up to now we have encountered quite a lot of success working
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Originally Posted By bellspianoFinancial reasons (and the customer's wishes) are often important factors in choosing a particular repair technique. The customer's financial situation cannot justify doing any repair technique incorrectly. The subject
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Thanks for the help everyone ill go with the P255
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