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Jump to new posts Re: Steingraeber 138 by Silver Handprint @ Yesterday at 12:22 AM

Thanks, Goss. I relied on Steingraeber's website for information on their SFM action until I tried it myself at a friendly and hospitable dealer in Norway. The official website includes a more detailed document and a YouTube clip about custom magn
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Originally Posted By David-GOriginally Posted By MaximillyanOriginally Posted By David-GThank you Max. I think this instrument is about three years older than my Bluthner grand. here have № 13067 Thanks, I am always interested in old Bluthners.
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: ROLI seaboard, any users out there ? by David Farley @ Yesterday at 12:02 AM

There's an iOS app ROLI gives away for free if you want a simulacrum of the experience. https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/seaboard-5d/id1173937855?mt=8
Member Recordings
Metal Gear Solid V - Quiet's Theme (Piano Cover + Tutorial) Metal Gear Solid fans! (Or fans of Pewdiepie) Here is my piano cover of the beautiful "Quiet's Theme" that plays in the Kaz's Speech saying "Why are we still here? Just to s
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Jump to new posts Re: Roland F-20 Ivory Feel G action pictures by Gombessa @ 01/22/17 11:42 PM

The RD-300NX is probably my second most-played piano, and I think I've developed quite the soft spot for the Ivory-Feel G in it. I haven't yet found another keybed that has as slip-resistant a finish, and the action is tight and heavy (IMO the heavie
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Jump to new posts Re: Chopin Shuffle by JoelW @ 01/22/17 11:00 PM

Better than the original.
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: What exactly is Pianoteq? by Beakybird @ 01/22/17 10:56 PM

Originally Posted By AndriuskaAre there any plans for a MIDI successor or anything in existence that surpasses the 127 levels of velocity of the MIDI protocol? I can't help but feel if the software can handle an infinite number of velocity levels, wh
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Jump to new posts Re: Buying a Piano off of Craigslist by Norbert @ 01/22/17 10:22 PM

Quote:P.S. After I re-read my post I decided to add this; piano dealers are in business to make a profit. There is nothing wrong with that. I meant no criticism, in case some took it that way. In fact, we are all entrepreneurs in some form or fashion
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Jump to new posts Re: Lower notes indistinct and muddled -- can this be fixed? by Mark Cerisano, RPT @ 01/22/17 09:25 PM

You could ask a tech to twist the bass strings and see if that helps.
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Surprise, surprise! I had two short pieces ready for recording and was recording them a couple times each day for the past week. One of them finally fell into place this morning - so I packaged it up and created a Youtube video with score. I'll st
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Jump to new posts Re: The best thing about Scarlatti by Scout @ 01/22/17 08:31 PM

After much exploration a couple of years ago, I found Gilbert to be the best also, outo. I'm glad you're offering that to new appreciators of Scarlatti. There is more lyricism, among other beauties, to Scarlatti than I'd realized until only recently,
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Thanks, Ed!
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Well the ultranova has a wider sound palette because it has much more features in its synth engine than the microkorg: wavetables, PCM waveforms for more common sounds, more filter models, more modulation. It is the better synth technically. It is al
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Good luck for your application at the conservatory! Keep calm, and concentrated... Concerning the title of your thread, and throwing in some idea which you might want to think about for rating and preparing yourself: I don't think that leaving the b
Members Recordings - Pianist Corner
Hi Luke, Very much enjoying listening. I especially like the rhythmic dimension of your playing. It's infectious and it makes me want to dance. Thanks for posting! Heather
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Jump to new posts Re: Looking to consolidate by Gombessa @ 01/22/17 03:44 PM

Originally Posted By Frédéric LWhich N1 upgrade ? We still have a N1 with CFIIIS. oh geez, I think I misremembered. Disregard what I just said!
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Jump to new posts Re: RCM Grade 9 Piano Exam by 8 Octaves @ 01/22/17 03:25 PM

Originally Posted By piano2002Can someone tell me what mark you think I got? Do you think I can get honours with distinctions? I usually get 90 and above and I'm scared of disappointing my teacher and family more than anything. Originally Posted B
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Jump to new posts Re: Teaching kids and keeping high expectations. by bennevis @ 01/22/17 02:29 PM

Your post is rather confusing - is that your own student, or are you quoting Veronica Haro? I'd be surprised if that student (and her previous teacher) was in the UK: because of the ubiquity of ABRSM exams here, it's very unlikely that any student (
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Yamaha Montage by polo1 @ 01/22/17 01:49 PM

Anyone have a "best price" paid for the Montage? Montage 8?
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Yamaha CLP-600 series release date? by polo1 @ 01/22/17 01:35 PM

Originally Posted By mwfPerhaps read all the messages in this thread and you can clearly see my answer to this question. Yamaha announce new digital pianos at musikmesse not namm anymore, so you will have to wait until April to find out what they hav
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Digital Piano - Help with shortlist! by Goss @ 01/22/17 12:02 PM

And what Charles says is right - go for something with a piano sound you get hooked by, ignore all the other features really, and just practice and have fun! speaker systems wise the first digital that we enjoyed was that LX17... Our HP605 is pass
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Jump to new posts Re: Sheet music that sounds good with e-piano sound? by David Farley @ 01/22/17 11:46 AM

I've not found any collections like that, except maybe a Steely Dan riffs book, but I have found that in the collections I do have, some stuff works, and some doesn't. You just have to try it all out. Can you split your keyboard? If the pieces split
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Jump to new posts Re: Really? by Rickster @ 01/22/17 11:22 AM

Originally Posted By David FarleyYou never know. Everyone I know who has an old upright thinks it must be worth some money - probably a lot of money. Everyone. There's an unfathomable fortune in old upright pianos out there. Too bad we can't leverage
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EU131 is a good pick in today's market. Lots of value. The Hardman 117 that was mentioned years ago, may still be the front runner...it's pretty well built, no plastic in the action and seems like it would work well for a family that wants new, but
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