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09/22/17 08:17 PM
After the great European Piano Parties in the past years, the idea came up to have the next one in Germany, especially on the Rhine. I looked a bit up, and it turned out that finding a location is challenging. Several ideas came to mind. 1) Piano party on a ship on the Rhine, wi...
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Adult Beginners Forum
09/22/17 07:59 PM
Originally Posted by Joe302I bought an acoustic piano! Very first one. Traded in my keyboard... Awesome. I just got upgrade studio monitors to play Pianoteq! And Learned Candle in the Wind instrumental....
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Pianist Corner - Non Classical
09/22/17 07:58 PM
How ya doing Jay? I'm Mark. I'm no super writer by any stretch but I do write or record everything. Now if you come look at this shack in the sticks you'll likely figure my advice ain't a recipe for music biz success. Best wishes,mb...
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09/22/17 07:52 PM
In Dickens' Martin Chuzzlewit (chapter 27) Tigg Montague (formerly known as Montague Tigg before moving up in the world!) who has set up a fraudulent insurance company, says to Jonas Chuzzlewit: "I give you my sacred word of honour," said Tigg Montague, "that I ra...
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09/22/17 07:51 PM
Originally Posted by UnderConstructionThis is only my opinion ofcourse... but I find that they are caught in no-man's land... I have tried a C3, C5, C6 and C7, and what I find is the following: C3 --> C5: Could hardly tell the difference... only the bigger price tag C5 -->...
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Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
09/22/17 07:49 PM
Here in PA, it's consent. You may not record my conversation without my consent. If you are law enforcement, you need a warrant or my consent. It may be different in other states....
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09/22/17 07:45 PM
A little update, my tech referred me to a Steinway tech/specialist here locally. He used to work at a Steinway dealer and have attended many Steinway seminars/workshops and such. He agreed to go inspect the piano with me early next week. He did give me an idea in case the pian...
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Pianist Corner - Non Classical
09/22/17 07:44 PM
I have several songs brewing in my head right now. I want to sit down just to write, but I've got other projects I'm in the middle of. What almost always happens is these scenarios, because I don't write [censored] down, it will fade away like a dream and never come to be....
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Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
09/22/17 07:43 PM
I have both and the CFX wins hands down, and I regret the purchase of the Hammersmith. The Hammersmith has a lot of notes that stand out in one way or another to me. Some notes are quieter than the neighbouring notes when played with the same touch. Some notes have glitches, the...
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Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
09/22/17 07:41 PM
Originally Posted by bellspianoFrom the hardware store: needle-nose pliers, thumb-screw wrenches, sandpaper, wooden paint-stirrer strips to paste sandpaper strips onto to make very gentle files, steel files, Elmer's glue, soft-nose spring clamps for freshly-glued objects -- is...
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Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
09/22/17 07:34 PM
Originally Posted by David BoyceAnd conversely, not all the tools you can buy from piano supply houses are useful, as we have discussed on here! There are certain tools, though, BLTOH, which have got to be the specific tool, and cannot be adapted from anything in a hardware st...
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Piano Forum
09/22/17 07:32 PM
Originally Posted by BeemerHere is a link to a site that provides the basic features and prices of ten of the best new upright pianos. http://europianosnaples.com/blog/the-top-ten-best-upright-pianos-in-the-world/ Ian This doesn't look like a current article because in the Yam...
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Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
09/22/17 07:26 PM
Originally Posted by OshoI am considering buying one of these two piano VSTs: Garritan CFX or Soniccouture Hammersmith. I would like to hear opinions from those who have both of these and have heard both. Any input will be greatly appreciated. Thanks, Osho Hi, i have both the f...
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Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
09/22/17 07:21 PM
I just carry shanks with me and replace them when they break. There are too many times when these kludge jobs fail, and it is not that much more difficult to replace the shank....
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Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
09/22/17 07:19 PM
Originally Posted by Andrei Kuznetsov@tdwctdwc I enjoyed reading your comments, respect your input a lot.Hey Andrei. Thank you !...
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Pianist Corner
09/22/17 07:11 PM
harp is hard and expensive , i would learn how to write for that tho . ravel is good for learning harp tec....
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Pianist Corner
09/22/17 06:40 PM
Originally Posted by MikeNActually, if you slow the video down, you can see that she hits a lot of neighboring notes in her left hand octaves. Why she's fingering them that way...If she's sight reading or just wants a bombastic effect, I can understand. Would one want to finger a...
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Adult Beginners Forum
09/22/17 06:21 PM
Thanks for the tips! I was hoping there would be a cheaper and simpler solution but well, it seems there isn't. I will have a look at those devices!...
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Piano Teachers Forum
09/22/17 06:16 PM
AZNpiano, thanks! I'm trying to do what you suggested. Trying to look at the situation from a different view, see what I can do to improve more. Thank you!...
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Piano Forum
09/22/17 06:11 PM
Congrats on the piano!...
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Piano Teachers Forum
09/22/17 05:59 PM
Focus on increasing the quality of your studio. Don't engage in the dirty game with the other studio....
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Adult Beginners Forum
09/22/17 05:54 PM
Added "Valse Triste by Dennis Alexander"...
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Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
09/22/17 05:48 PM
Originally Posted by JoeTOriginally Posted by Larry FineShould I Buy a Piano "Out of the Crate"?: Dealer Preparation of New Pianos, by Steve Cohen and Piano Buyer staff, explains the value of dealer preparation of new pianos, and of buying a piano that has had some use ...
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Adult Beginners Forum
09/22/17 05:47 PM
You'll want a mixer. Probably easiest to deal with headphone jacks, and you want active mixing rather than passive mixing (the headphone output is a pretty weak signal, so your mixer should add a little amplification so the output is audible.) I don't have any personal experience...
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Adult Beginners Forum
09/22/17 05:44 PM
The least expensive mixers I've seen are made by Nady, Behringer and ammoon. Usually around US$20. Search for mini mixer or micromix. Make sure to double-check how they handle stereo signals. If you decide to spend on a $100+ mixer, I found the Yamaha MG06X to be the best bang f...
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