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Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Maple Leaf Rag -- need some feedback by Erik BerikHerik @ Yesterday at 03:07 AM

No, you can slice the whole thing up into small segments of the song and do the different parts for left and right hand seperately and at a slow pace until your able to play the whoe song.. I think this program is one of the easiest ways to learn sig
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Piano technique by chopin_r_us @ Yesterday at 01:54 AM

Originally Posted By: TheHappyPianoMuseOriginally Posted By: chopin_r_usLaissez tomber les mains. Maybe it's just the French .... but you said in "quatre mots" .... everything I struggled with in hundreds. Chopin actually.
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: NAMM Show 2015 - See You There? by Piano World @ Yesterday at 12:32 AM

Always great to see you Don. We will be back tomorrow to play some pianos
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Visit to Lighthammer Piano by Ed A. Hall @ 01/24/15 11:57 PM

Very true. Looks very similar but could be a basket case therefore the price. Buyer beware. Probably needs everything and possibly undoing of work done in the past. So many are fitted with inappropriate hammers that are much too heavy and hard.
Piano Forum
Originally Posted By: BrianDXOriginally Posted By: drasticmeasuresNow, after a little internet research (which is always totally accurate), there seems to be a general consensus that the "B"'s are older pianos made in Indonesia. Supposedly
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Newbie!! by Charles Cohen @ 01/24/15 11:24 PM

Suggestion: . . . Don't think of a digital piano as a "lifetime purchase". The F-20 will be fine for learning, for a few years at least. If you eventually say: . . . "I need something better -- my piano is limiting my playing"
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Pramberger? by Bosendorff @ 01/24/15 11:18 PM

A couple of years ago I tried a 5'9" Pramberger and it sounded good for its price, with a responsive action. Nothing wrong with this brand that I know of.
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Can't get rid of crackles with Vintage D by Charles Cohen @ 01/24/15 11:09 PM

FWIW (I use Pianoteq, not Vintage D) -- You might try downloading "LatencyMon" -- http://www.resplendence.com/latencymon It may detect what's taking so long that the buffer is emptied, and you get a crack or pop in the sound. On my PC (
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Estonia piano quality question by phacke @ 01/24/15 10:52 PM

RE: Brasso Picture An image of the back would reveal it is not to be used on lacquered surfaces, unless one has the intention of removing the lacquer over the brass completely. Brasso is for metal surfaces.
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Kawai MP7 by Volusiano @ 01/24/15 10:50 PM

Thanks, pv88. I didn't clarify but it's my daughter who bought it, but she doesn't post on this forum so I thought I'd share it with forum members here in case somebody is in the market for an N3 in LA who can benefit from the info. She was conside
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Happy birthday SwissMS by FarmGirl @ 01/24/15 09:51 PM

Happy a Happy Birthday! It was very nice meeting you in person. Enjoyed your live performance as well. Have a wonderful day and many more. K
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Digitals that rival grands? by dewster @ 01/24/15 09:24 PM

The VAX, while a noble project, was IMO much to gold plated to be a successful product. I really liked their continuous sensor approach, but I would have done it capacitively rather than with Hall effect devices. The folding thing was pretty stupid
Pianist Corner - Non Classical
It's not a major problem 3-6.. DF
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Fundamental Keys Support Sight by EM Deeka @ 01/24/15 08:49 PM

Originally Posted By: fizikistoblues flat 7 and EM Deeka, Thanks for the info! The funding goal is still a long way off, but hopefully funding will pick up before the deadline. The funding site format is also not entirely intuitive. When
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: New Piano Design by John v.d.Brook @ 01/24/15 08:10 PM

Maybe it'll be on display at the Musikmesse in March.
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
The cough experiment did not reveal anything to me. I could not hear it strings .. BTW, I just realized even when I pay a whole piece just as Beethoven's Fuer Ellis, I hear a ringing tone most of the time, so it does not become inaudible ...
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Ever wonder which composers are performed the most? by argerichfan @ 01/24/15 06:46 PM

Originally Posted By: Orange Soda KingSorry Mark, but I agree than when it comes to all kinds of concerts (orchestra, opera, chamber, choral, solo instruments), I can see why it makes sense Chopin would not be top 10. Who knows, maybe he's number 11?
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Examples of Vivaldi's counterpoint by Dave B @ 01/24/15 06:42 PM

There is a point in which all fugues sound alike. Its just a characteristic of the technique. Yet, even without knowing what was going on in the music before transitioning into the fugue, I don't think Vivaldi would mind. Who said, "Good music
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Brand Spankin' New by Akuden @ 01/24/15 05:55 PM

Thanks for all the help friends!
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Applying Superglue to Tuning Pins by Paul678 @ 01/24/15 05:53 PM

Originally Posted By: David BoyceI too have had good experiences with 'cheap' CA glue. To my delight, a 1 ounce bottle I bought in a "dollar store" turned out to be water thin, and worked very well. And next time I went to the same store
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Yamaha CLP525 or YDP162? by peterws @ 01/24/15 05:29 PM

You know, you're better off just trying em all out. Some will rankle for whatever reason. Others will strike a chord. Yamaha's are probably better for reliability and certainly for resale IMO. I tried them all before settling for an upgrade on my
Piano Teachers Forum
Originally Posted By: laguna_greg Can you imagine saying to anyone that they only need to read a language, but never speak it out loud, or be able to understand it when spoken to? It would be ridiculous! That's how we teach music in this country th
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Hey James, did Kawai ever fix the cause of my crash? I tried to update again and got the same crash, so it is repeatable.
Composer's Lounge
Jump to new posts Re: Do you have a specific drive? by wr @ 01/24/15 04:09 PM

Originally Posted By: JonnyJohnOriginally Posted By: wrFWIW, I rarely notate compositions - I just do them in my head and let it go at that. But, speaking of drive, for some reason that is totally mysterious to me, in the last few weeks I have disco
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
The unit turned out to be a dud and the new one is working great. The problem I'm having now seems to be crackles/pops unique to Vintage D itself and not the hardware from what I can tell. Started up a new thread on that.
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