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Still no sign of an application link on the main website and acceptd.com says something like "not available yet". Cliburn gave us a year's notice, well, let's say about 9 months prior to the application deadline. With PT we're looking at 3 months now to get our acts t...
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Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
2 hours ago
Originally Posted by Kawai JamesOriginally Posted by fizikistoI wonder if they're also working on Tone Wheel or Electronic organ emulation. I hope so! According to pianoteq forum: Originally Posted by http://www.forum-pianoteq.com/viewtopic.php?id=5399 Nope, pipe organs onl...
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Adult Beginners Forum
3 hours ago
Originally Posted by bennevisI think it means forte in both hands. It doesn't make sense in the context to play loudly in RH and stay soft in LH. +1. That forte mark is on the staff only because of the text, that's for sure....
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Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
3 hours ago
Originally Posted by BosendorffSo glad I bought a MIDIboard in 1990. Still works perfectly and IMHO still unsurpassed to this day. Fatar actions ? Meh. I just googled it out of curiosity. Talk about short pivot points! Those must be the shortest I've ever seen, probably around ...
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Adult Beginners Forum
3 hours ago
I think that there is another way of looking at this. Consider it as music. You have a melody in the right hand, and accompaniment in the left hand. It is in simple ABA form, that is, you have the same melody in the beginning and end, with a contrasting part in the middle. It ...
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Piano Forum
3 hours ago
this version of Arabesque has the name JFBurgmuller on it...
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Piano Forum
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Does anyone know what is the difference between PianoDisc ProRecord and PianoDisc QuietTime Magicstar v6? Their website makes it sound like both of these are their latest and greatest silent piano system . Thanks, Osho...
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Piano Forum
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hendo - There's no way to learn any skill and perform it quickly from the outset ... not language, not reading, not sports, not math, and certainly not music. Interestingly, we accept that "slow and steady" is the right way to learn all of these other skills. Yet whe...
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Adult Beginners Forum
3 hours ago
Originally Posted by TonyBMy suggestion is to take a look at this site and see if it might possibly be a more direct route to your stated goals: https://www.soundofemotions.com/ Tony I second this idea. It looks like something that would give you some basics while at the s...
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Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
4 hours ago
Originally Posted by fizikistoI wonder if they're also working on Tone Wheel or Electronic organ emulation. I hope so!...
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Piano Photo Gallery - Pictures of Pianos
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Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
4 hours ago
Originally Posted by P W GreyKeith, Have you tried a "floating" board yet (cutting the board loose from behind the bass bridge)? Pwg Not yet. It has its applications, but it won't solve the backscale issue -- say on the S&S "M", for example. Even if th...
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Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
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Originally Posted by Kawai JamesOriginally Posted by OneWatt...some of these adapters introduce an unacceptable level of latency for the purpose of real-time playing. Interesting. Do you have any links to articles that compare the relative latencies when using direct MIDI to MI...
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Adult Beginners Forum
4 hours ago
https://youtu.be/slYbmxaBo-I I always give this video as the one that inspired me to start learning. I loved listening to everyone just improvise. I don't see how learning piece after piece in the way I've experienced so far will ever get there. These players perhaps started ...
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Piano Forum
4 hours ago
Hi Chris, Thanks so much! So nice to finally have some concrete info info on this piano. Thanks to everyone also for your insightful observations. Knowing the piano was fully rebuilt gives me a little bit more confidence that the restoring bill might not be so big. Cheers all!...
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Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
4 hours ago
That's awesome! So much potential here. Think of how how much pianoteq has improved over the past few iterations. I think this could work out to be a fantastic product. I wonder if they're also working on Tone Wheel or Electronic organ emulation. ...
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Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
5 hours ago
Originally Posted by OneWatt...some of these adapters introduce an unacceptable level of latency for the purpose of real-time playing. Interesting. Do you have any links to articles that compare the relative latencies when using direct MIDI to MIDI (into an interface), direct U...
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Adult Beginners Forum
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Wow thanks so much . Glad I have Netflix premium . I gonna put a bunch of these on my list. . Appreciate it...
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Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
5 hours ago
Keith, Have you tried a "floating" board yet (cutting the board loose from behind the bass bridge)? Pwg...
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Adult Beginners Forum
5 hours ago
Originally Posted by rich2k4I've taken lessons from a few different teachers this past year, and I haven't really been satisfied with any of them. We go through pieces step by step in a book, with no explanation on how the particular piece is supposed to help with some concept o...
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Adult Beginners Forum
5 hours ago
Originally Posted by Whizbang EDIT: Also my vision, even with glasses, is not sufficient to make out most of the markings on the score ! I edited the first post to link the medium image to the large image. Uploading and posting photos on this forum isn't very user friendly....
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Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
5 hours ago
Originally Posted by OneWattOriginally Posted by Kawai JamesOriginally Posted by UpalS- Do you need MIDI connections? Yes (my keyboard is an old one with only Midi, no usb) ... Thanks, the focusrite won't do it for me as I need MIDI connections What about using a MIDI to USB ca...
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Adult Beginners Forum
5 hours ago
Originally Posted by Charles Cohen I recognize that Whizbank is right "normally"; I don't think he's right _here_. But my opinion is worth no more than his, and maybe less. Could very well be! I don't know if there is a 'tactile' learner, but I have to actually play...
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Adult Beginners Forum
5 hours ago
Originally Posted by lunobiliIt's like I am memorizing sentences, but not really learning the language. My problem is that I am so slow to learn the sentences that it takes all my mental energy and I have nothing left to see the big picture and understand their meaning. So, let ...
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Pianist Corner
5 hours ago
Originally Posted by PolyphonistOriginally Posted by kbrod1Many years ago I met Shura Cherkassky in the green room after a concert. He was a wonderful man and a delight to talk to. We started talking about pianists and when I mentioned Argerich he grabbed my wrist and said with w...
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