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Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Noisy keys on a 2 years old Casio PX-135 by pake10 @ 07/27/14 06:16 AM

I'm pretty sure that I don't open it based on your experiences. But if I get too annoyed for the noise, how can I access the felts? Can I just access it by opening the piano and taking the keybed apart or is it required to remove keys to see the felt
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Jump to new posts Bespeco BP 100T 2nd Tier with Desk by bgiles @ 07/27/14 03:02 AM

Bespeco BP 100T 2nd Tier with Desk
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Jump to new posts Bespeco BP 100T 2nd Tier by bgiles @ 07/27/14 03:01 AM

Bespeco BP 100T 2nd Tier
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Which Would you Choose? by pwl @ 07/27/14 02:49 AM

Having no personal experience with the StagePas systems, but based on numerous reports on this forum from folks whose opinion/experience I respect, I'm confident the StagePas 400i would do a nice job. I'm also going to add a positive word for the Al
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Jump to new posts Re: C.Bechstein vs. Bechstein by AJF @ 07/27/14 01:25 AM

I agree with the 'why not' mostly. However it can be annoying when a thread is resurrected by someone who fails to realize they're replying to an old thread where for instance the 'facts' or circumstances have changed since (which is the case here).
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Jump to new posts Re: Pearl River UP115 versus B Steiner JS043 by turandot @ 07/27/14 12:54 AM

The Steiner is made my Samick Music. It may have been sold in the US at one time, but definitely not now. I have never seen one. India is probably the biggest market for the JS043. It is my understanding that it is a very popular piano in India becau
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Practicing with rhythms or slow practice? by Art_Vandelay @ 07/27/14 12:03 AM

Originally Posted By: Opus_MaximusBoth! I also like Stephen Hough's variation, which is to play one GROUP of 4 16ths at full speed, then the next group at half tempo. It's kind of like rhythms, but on a larger scale. I used to do that all the time
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Jump to new posts Re: Hailun Owners in Austin Texas? by PianoWorksATL @ 07/26/14 11:47 PM

Hype! Hype! Just kidding. I'm happy for sparts, but this is a 4 year old thread.
Piano Photo Gallery - Pictures of Pianos
Jump to new posts Re: Young-Chang by bharatbash @ 07/26/14 11:43 PM

Looks beautiful ! Congratulations
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Chord Book recommendation by earlofmar @ 07/26/14 11:31 PM

This looks like a good book, especially the progressions which will be interesting. Have a look here https://www.coursera.org/course/musictheory this free course has only been going for two weeks so it would not be hard to catch up. Chords are i
Member Recordings - Non Classical Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Ballade Pour Adeline and River Flows in You by MandyD @ 07/26/14 10:51 PM

Wow surely you weren't a complete beginner 6 months ago? That's an amazing accomplishment if you were and you have given me (a complete beginner) something to aspire to.
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The seller may be doing you a favor. Have patience and keep looking. Enjoy
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Interview with Arnaldo Cohen by Sand Tiger @ 07/26/14 10:32 PM

An interesting exchange on the controversial topic of interpretation: EH: It is the responsibility of the performer to be as faithful to the score as possible. Is it possible for great performers to surpass the vision of the composer ? Cohen: Oh, y
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: July Concert Program - Signup and Planning Thread by hreichgott @ 07/26/14 09:48 PM

Originally Posted By: Piano DougWhy not "overbook" the way airlines and hotels do? Damon points out that all of the e-citals here have had dropouts. If you were to overbook by, say, 25%, you would end up closer to a full recital. Better
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Jump to new posts Re: My Piano Has Arrived! by Annitenth @ 07/26/14 09:34 PM

I remember what the first day felt like. Glad you're enjoying it.
Piano Forum
If you are looking to get top dollar for the piano but it hasn't been tuned in some time, make the investment to get that done. You can ask the tuner their opinion of the soundness of your piano and you'll have something that sounds good for anyone
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Jump to new posts Re: Where is the new blood? by Paul678 @ 07/26/14 07:14 PM

Originally Posted By: michaelha I'm all for it if it helps more people get into the piano, even though I'm not a Lang Lang fan. One concern though is Lang Lang is a classical piano player, and classical music doesn't have much of a chance to go mai
Piano Teachers Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Has any franchised their studio? by laguna_greg @ 07/26/14 06:14 PM

Lots of people do that Tommy. It's called a "school", and they do make money. I hear the profit margins are rather slim though. If you have a method that you want to present, you'll have some trouble getting other teacher you hire to pre
Piano Teachers Forum
Originally Posted By: keystringThere are more problems than that. - Introduction says that a triad is "3 notes together". CFG is not a triad, CDE is not a triad. Not a good definition. - "Diatonic is a fancy word for major". W
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Jump to new posts Re: PianoDiscs and Synthesia by Mark Fontana @ 07/26/14 05:40 PM

PianoDisc should be able to play MIDI files like this, but you might need to tweak the durations of rapidly-repeated notes to make them more staccato. Quick repetition is a challenge for solenoid-based player systems, especially PianoDisc, and many
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: OT - Going Hiking by TrapperJohn @ 07/26/14 05:39 PM

Originally Posted By: Monica K.Looking forward to reading your journal, Sam! Ever since reading "A Walk in the Woods" by Bill Bryson I've had renewed respect for you thru-hikers. Hey Sam - I second both above sentiments - "A Walk
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Need name of this music by Goof @ 07/26/14 05:38 PM

Michael Neiman maybe? Saw a book of his and heard my step daughter playing from it - sounded "of the type".
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Here is a short excerpt: Digital Piano: Yamaha Clavinova CLP-480 Voice Used: Grand Piano (1) Song Title: The Stars & Stripes Forever - arranged by Vladimir Horowitz (and I perform it from a revised transcription) Method of Recording: Stereo a
Adult Beginners Forum
I find that after a few days away I actually do better in some ways -- hand position, scales, exercises, and some tunes though I may have to play a bit slower at first. Not sure why.
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Best Keyboard/Piano 600 light up keys by barabusm @ 07/26/14 03:35 PM

Originally Posted By: EnGeeOriginally Posted By: barabusm What keyboard(s) would you recommend based on my requirements? Why not 2 keyboards instead of all in one? Casio LK or Yamaha EZ series + Casio PX 150 or whatever budget DP . You can connec
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