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Jump to new posts Re: Diapason 64 key mini piano by obhowardmusic @ 01/15/17 10:32 AM

No I have a studio where my digital instruments reside...digital has its place, but I want a real piano in my home for recording reasons.
Piano Forum
Quote:Also, don't discount the importance of a skilled technician as a means to improve any new or used piano. Got to see a lovely transformation today of an inexpensive new grand with just an additional 20 minutes of voicing work after a careful tun
Member Recordings - Non Classical Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts It Don't Mean a Thing....... by Simon Hester @ 01/15/17 09:50 AM

Dear Friends Here is my second performance of the new year....very similar chord changes, but very different tune! https://youtu.be/f5OR_BSoxSY
Members Recordings - Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Brahms Intermezzo E Flat Major Op 117 No 1 by Tony007 @ 01/15/17 08:42 AM

Thanks a lot, Mark C, for listening to my little encore and sharing your impression! I'm glad you like what I did! Best regards Tony
MY NEW PIANO or KEYBOARD! - Share Your Story!
Jump to new posts Re: My fiancee surprised me! by Ian Canzler @ 01/15/17 08:28 AM

What a great story! How exciting is that, what a great gift and delivery. You have found a great fiancé, good spirit. Blessings to you and your future wife and family. Years of fun on your beautiful grand!
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
If you are looking for a cheaper way into a digital piano, I think you might want to start looking at a none too old second hand one over something like this.. Or even a slab style one - those can be had for less than the price of one of these things
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La La Land - Mia & Sebastian's Theme (Piano Cover + Tutorial) To La La Land, Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone fans Here is my piano cover on the beautiful "Mia & Sebastian's Theme" from La La Land. Such a lovely waltz-feel song. Enjoy!
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: KAWAI MP7 THREAD by AndrewGleibman @ 01/15/17 05:09 AM

Thanks again James, Happy New Year! Actually, I found several Virtual Technician parameters, which affect the key post-strike sounds, and some of them are great - especially in combination with half-pedaling and reverb options. BTW, I highly reco
Members Recordings - Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Rhapsody II - Original composition by stylerhun @ 01/15/17 05:03 AM

Dear All, I have just finished my new piece Rhapsody II for "album" "Hope". This is my more "complex" piece and It took me 1.5 year to finish it, because I made it from different parts I also made a solo pian
Members Recordings - Pianist Corner
Dear All! This is the 2. nocturne that I learned from Chopin. I posted it 1-2 weeks ago here, but I tried to corrigate what you mentioned. I changed the piano voice to a brighter one which is better for this piece I think.
Members Recordings - Pianist Corner
to Marc : I am glad you enjoyed it. I really appreciate your kind reply, it means a lot to me! thank you. to Jeremy : thanks for sharing your childhood memories! they stay always within us, no matter how distant may seem. and yes, the arrangement i
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Jump to new posts Re: My new Kawai K300 by Raytiaa @ 01/15/17 02:33 AM

Originally Posted By Paolo C As it often happens, the piano sounded much louder in my living room than at the shop, so I installed a few panels to absorb noise. Compared to other pianos, K300 notes in the high registry sound maybe a bit too brillian
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Looking to upgrade from PX110 by Charles Cohen @ 01/15/17 02:19 AM

IMHO (based on short testing) the FP-80 action ("Ivory Feel-S" -- the "S" matters) is significantly better than the Casio. The FP-80's sound generator is "SuperNatural" -- sample-based -- but good. The FP-90 has both n
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Neen help with Yahama disclavier by aomf @ 01/15/17 02:17 AM

Thank you soooo much!
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Krakauer Bros. Piano by BDB @ 01/15/17 02:13 AM

One does not rebuild a piano in order for it to come out the way it was when the rebuilding started. I believe Chopsticks05 meant that the way the piano would be passed on would be the same as it was passed on to him or her.
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Jump to new posts Re: Metronome by Nahum @ 01/15/17 01:56 AM

If we consider a metronome as a conductor, than the starting point of counting must be the last beat in the bar - "And ". Conductor is expressing this in initial backswing the hands on upbeat.
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Anyone know what keyboard this is...? by Musical Dan @ 01/15/17 12:59 AM

Korg Kronos
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Jump to new posts Re: Played one? by Retsacnal @ 01/15/17 12:48 AM

Funny you posted about this company. They're built near where I lived in Germany when I was a kid, and I even visited the factory once. Friends of ours had an upright Pfeiffer, and I played it some back then (we moved back to the US in 1980). I also
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League Of Angels II (LoA 2) - Elf Realm Theme Music (Piano Cover by Amosdoll + Piano Tutorial) Hello League Of Angels enthusiasts, League of angels 2 has been released, and the music inside it is awesome. Take a listen to this calm and ethereal them
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Interview with Jeanne Stark on PBS by AZ_Astro @ 01/14/17 09:17 PM

I enjoyed watching the short video of Jeanne Stark. She has seen a lot in her 90 years!
Adult Beginners Forum
On average I'd say 10:1 (10 hours practice per week, and an hour lesson). Some weeks it's more like 7:1, although this week it's more like 15:1 (I'm trying really hard to learn all three movements of the Clementi Sonatina; 7 pages in all, very hard
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Duplex Scale? by drewr @ 01/14/17 08:47 PM

Peter, Roland - Duplex Scale, yes, present on HP508 and is among several parameters customizable via PianoDesigner menu that can adjust from 0 (off) to 10(max) and if I recall correctly, factory default is 5. A nice feature of Piano Designer is a de
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: FOYD - Focus On Your Domain by jotur @ 01/14/17 08:25 PM

Thanks again, you guys. I'm off to dance -
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: making piano hammers lighter (Ed McMorrow?) by Phil Stewart @ 01/14/17 08:22 PM

Bernard Mollberg has a tapering jig that uses a spring to hold the hammer tightly for use on the table saw. He tapers all of his hammers after they are hung. I've used a similar jig but found it was safer and easier to freehand them on a disc sander.
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Piano Exam Group by earlofmar @ 01/14/17 07:23 PM

Originally Posted By torquenaleearlofmar, Also ABRSM second session is on November - December, so it looks like we will suffer in the same period I started preparing for the exam six months ago and still feel I have a long way to go, so suffer
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