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Jump to new posts Re: Yamaha N2 by Butteman @ 09/12/14 09:28 AM

The relative humidity averages somewhere around 25*F...the desert is a very dry climate. Since the home is not use full time, I keep the thermostat set at 82*F in the summer and 60*F in the winter to keep the utility bill low. Like I mentioned, not a
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Jump to new posts Lewes Avatar by BrianDX @ 09/12/14 07:55 AM

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Jump to new posts Re: Schubert concert tune by RonTuner @ 09/12/14 06:55 AM

Yes, equal temperament. Ron Koval
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Jump to new posts Re: Roland FP80 MIDI Input Channels by Jimmy_O @ 09/12/14 06:50 AM

MaxPiano, Perfect .. That did it, I had to read up on how to send a Program change in Pro Tools, which actually isn't that hard once I worked it out. Now I just need to work out what sounds are available in the 16 banks of 128 sounds ... That might
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Jump to new posts Re: Which is best? Yamaha used or Essex new? by wimpiano @ 09/12/14 03:55 AM

Very true. With the upgrade policy mentioned I would say go ahead! The upright will be a big step forward from the digital. Do yourself a favor and play as much different instruments as possible. Limiting your choices to only one or two brands is not
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Jump to new posts Re: Rolling 9/11 Tribute (Must See) by MandyD @ 09/12/14 02:23 AM

Well said Jonathan. Even in Australia there were tears shed and people in total shock. I was later told that my estranged cousin died in the twin towers that day. On another note, this tribute is pops up this time of year on my Facebook feed and m
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Jump to new posts Re: Hi guys by Charles Cohen @ 09/12/14 01:35 AM

I've gotten sloppy over the years -- I call that symbol a "hold". I don't know why you found it difficult to get a definition. I just typed: fermata music definition into Google, and it produced a good picture and descriptive text from
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No, I do not. You might try a stationery store, or school supplies, but I do not know if it is sold in Australia, or if it is licensed there. Borden was one of the early suppliers of casein glues, and Elmer's, their spinoff, does a lot of research.
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Jump to new posts Re: Casio Privia Px-150 or Px-730?? by Charles Cohen @ 09/12/14 01:08 AM

PMFJI -- There were two changes (among others), going from the PX-x30 series (older), to the PX-x50 series (current): 1. The keyboard action was improved; 2. The sound generator was improved. You can see a video that compares the old against th
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: double notes: help! by noobpianist90 @ 09/12/14 12:48 AM

I find that it helps to compose your own simple exercises to try and overcome your own limitations of technique. I tried a lot of Czerny, Hanon, etc. exercises, but I found many to be awkward and inefficient for me, so I studied them and started mak
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Originally Posted By: HakkiOriginally Posted By: AJFJoking aside, In case you are not aware, OP's posts are meant to be jokes. I didn't know that. I just thought he was really naive :-) That being said, my advice is sincere and whether or not
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Jump to new posts Re: Roland RD-300NX - Onboard Recording? by fizikisto @ 09/11/14 11:23 PM

howard24u Yes, the RD800 definitely has the ability to record to a thumb drive as well. As Roland's flagship stage piano, it has a lot of advantages over the FP line, but it's quite a bit more expensive obviously. You might also check to se
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Jump to new posts Re: A Beginner's Journey with Playing Piano by earlofmar @ 09/11/14 10:13 PM

Originally Posted By: Zergling In past month I practiced on average 2 hours per day. I wish I can sustain this for long run, as I understand when the initial passion retreat (it will retreat because the "burning desire" cannot last, our hum
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Jump to new posts Re: "And This Is My Beloved" from Kismet by BDB @ 09/11/14 09:39 PM

Somewhere I have an old American Chemical Society article about Borodin, whose talent as a chemist was being rediscovered. Some of the themes from Kismet come from his Petite Suite for piano. Borodin had a great melodic gift. His ability to develop h
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Charles Walter on Craigslist by MaxR @ 09/11/14 08:07 PM

hogfan - i will pm you. I just have to say - look at all the local shops also. that will give you a good feel for what the piano should cost. So, the piano is here. I have to say that it is very important to get good piano movers. I wouldn't re
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Slugish Damper Wire by Ron Broussard @ 09/11/14 06:48 PM

Picking up on what Ed Foote said about the legs of the wedge not being wide enough........... Take the damper out of the piano. Hold tightly the felt wedge with your tweezers about 1/4 inch below bottom of felt Take a brand new single edge razor bla
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
oh wow.... ok thanks a lot... I will read the pdf I didn't realize it explained them.. Cheers
Members Recordings - Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Schubert - Wanderer Fantasy by carey @ 09/11/14 06:04 PM

To help clear up any confusion.... The most recent "treated" recording on box.net can be found here: https://app.box.com/s/git7ytd48sz7xu30a24k And here's a link to the NEW video that I created for my youtube channel using the above re
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Using the Koval 1.3 by DavidWB @ 09/11/14 05:30 PM

Toni, For what it's worth, I always do a Recalculate after changing a style or temperament, just to be sure. David Bauguess
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Wooden Rail Realities: gone wild by A443 @ 09/11/14 05:03 PM

Originally Posted By: jim ialeggioSetting up an S&S frame with consistency requires serious hard knocks experience. Not because the rails are transcendent, but because the design of the self indexing, in the context of inaccurate rails and frame
Composer's Lounge
Jump to new posts Re: When to compose? by larryz @ 09/11/14 04:46 PM

I'm doing counterpoint exercises as administered by Johann Joseph Fux book gradus ad parnassum. I'm using the english translation by Alfred Mann. I can recommend the book, it is a very practical book that immediately begins with exercises without bog
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Just regulated my piano... by Pover @ 09/11/14 04:23 PM

adamp88: WOW! Thanks for the wealth of information! Everything you said really clarified things for me and explained everything I wasn't sure of. You pretty much gave me a complete walk-through of what happened, and my tech didn't actually do that in
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Fantastic! Too bad we can't go shopping together. lol!
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Thank you so much LINDA Happy weekend !!!
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
@dire tonic: Most of the repertoire I'm interested in does not require these kinds of chords but rather precise phrasing and timing of polyphonic voices (think Bach fugues). So the corresponding limitation of MIDI or my Nord is not entering the equat
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