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Jump to new posts Re: Steinway B and D "rod" by Scott E @ 04/28/16 11:37 AM

I was reading some patents and came across something that reminded me of this thread. Originally Posted By US Patent No. 127,383, dated May 28, 1872The metal frame on its upper surface is provided with lugs for the reception of a metal wedge-bar, wh
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Roland FP-30 review + nekkid pics by Pablo Woiz @ 04/28/16 11:19 AM

just re-posting my post: Originally Posted By Pablo WoizHey!! I had my doubts about 3 sensors in FP-30. Then my anxiety was too high... I had to see it with my eyes. YES!! there are 3 Sensors!! Have fun! Pablo
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Help with Widmung by hreichgott @ 04/28/16 10:53 AM

Quote:About the problematic rhythm, basically I am being a little too quick to get to the sixteenth notes? Yes. Each dotted eighth should be one and a half eighth notes long.
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Flat Finger Technique by Miguel Rey @ 04/28/16 10:27 AM

I was told that the finger should be "flatter" with just the natural curve to relieve tension and increase speed. It works.
Piano Forum
Hi Andrew - did you ever find out the serial number? I have something similar. Thanks! Michael
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Do you sometimes feel like playing with a big toy? by PhilipInChina @ 04/28/16 09:48 AM

I have heard it said that the only difference between men and boys is the amount they pay for their toys. I have 2 really big toys. 1 is a 9' Bluthner. The other, bigger, one is a 12' 1,250Kg snooker table.
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Piano Upgrade Suggestions $5k budget by Kenan @ 04/28/16 09:24 AM

Since you like the pianos to be more mellow and darker I'd suggest for you to take a look at Brodmann and Pearl River, I'm currently amazed with my current piano.It also has a wonderful tone that will please you.
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
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Pianist Corner - Non Classical
Jump to new posts Re: You want to sound modern & powerful ??? by mischeli @ 04/28/16 07:28 AM

Thank you for your advices and support. I think my timing is now ok here!
Piano Teachers Forum
I'd need the setting or the individual to be very obviously formal before I'd consider *not* using first names.
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Quick recording tests zoom h4n by chopinoholic @ 04/28/16 05:44 AM

Thanks all for your reviews! I understand what you're saying Ralph. I like the 'pure' sound of the piano. I also like somewhat more reverb in the recording also. That's why I like the mic outside the piano better. For recording I always open the li
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Easier piece similar to Joplin's Bethena? by TrevorM @ 04/28/16 05:32 AM

Originally Posted By Emissary52I think I've found the easiest version of Bethena that still sounds really nice, yet it's simpler than the version in Mary Sallee's "Simply Joplin" Here's the Book at Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Scott-Jopl
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Digital pianos which have Velocuty Curves by peterws @ 04/28/16 02:07 AM

Originally Posted By Alexander BorroI should add, if one uses VSTs the whole need for customising curves on the keyboard side of things is not needed, as software can do it to whatever level desired, even if it is more of a pain with some products th
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Sight-reading/playing at first sight by dogperson @ 04/27/16 11:11 PM

Originally Posted By scgrant Sight reading, as I understand it, means you play the piece correctly, at tempo, after just one or two runs through the sheet music. Sight reading means that you briefly glance at the score, and play without stoppi
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Help me identify this piece's name? by Eldridge @ 04/27/16 11:01 PM

It is indeed a Ground in C Minor by William Croft, previously mis-attributed to Purcell.
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Jean Rondeau, New Harpsichord Star by WhoDwaldi @ 04/27/16 10:29 PM

I like much of the harpsichord repertoire on piano, but some things are best left to a harpsichord virtuoso! As a change of pace, this is just riveting:
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Asam Jackson plays Scarlatti by WhoDwaldi @ 04/27/16 10:02 PM

Originally Posted By Mark_COriginally Posted By WhoDwaldiDoes anybody do the trills in the LH at the beginning of the B section of K. 125? They are basically impossible (on piano), and get "overlooked." I think Vladdy is playing them, but I
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Sight Reading Factory Piano improvements! by fizikisto @ 04/27/16 08:41 PM

bSharp[c]yclist It's a website based tool, but it works fine on my iPad. I suspect it would work fine on an android tablet as well. It doesn't connect to a keyboard. it simply uses a computer algorithm to generate sheet music at the click
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: A 435 tuning fork needed. by Bosendorff @ 04/27/16 08:36 PM

Or use your smartphone to go to http://onlinetonegenerator.com/
Piano Teachers Forum
Why not advice to get a digital in that article?
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Yamaha GB1 broken strings by rysowers @ 04/27/16 07:09 PM

In general, Yamaha will not cover broken strings. Your friends piano probably has hammers that are flattened out and hard from all the use. Playing loud with the pedal on also fatigues the strings. The combination does eventually lead to string break
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Video course or book? by Starvalley @ 04/27/16 06:19 PM

Thanks for some good replies!
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Standard keyboard (kneehole) and pedal heights? by Withindale @ 04/27/16 05:44 PM

Many thanks for your measurements. 60-64 cm seems to be the range for grands and 62-70 cm for uprights. I'm guessing that 5-6 cm is the normal pedal height above the floor. I've only seen kneeroom figures in Steingraeber's brochures: - All grands:
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Tooled up for TuneLab by RonTuner @ 04/27/16 05:18 PM

The laptop mic is fine for Tunelab for reasons that prout listed... and saves all the trouble of dealing with mic and wires and pre-amps and such! Ron Koval
Pianist Corner - Non Classical
that first link didn't work for me. Is there another place to watch this? I don't find the summertime vid very good at all. I'd like to see Mozart for sure...
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