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Yesterday at 06:32 PM
Originally Posted by Rich GalassiniWhile we are making recommendations, I highly recommend the piano at http://thebunkerstudio.com/. Love the wood look in their Studio A live room for piano. Wow ! http://thebunkerstudio.com/studio-a/#...
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1896 Blüthner with square legs, on left....
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Yesterday at 06:30 PM
Originally Posted by Rich GalassiniWhile we are making recommendations, I highly recommend the piano at http://thebunkerstudio.com/. It is a rebuilt Steinway C, thankfully NOT done at the factory. It is quite a sweet piano, Joe. Good call Rich. The recordings I have heard of ...
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Pianist Corner
Yesterday at 06:29 PM
A passage like this is a good opportunity to work on 'tone.' Spend some time without pedal at all, and capture each chord's 'voice,' independently of the rhythm. Also, try to develop you're ear for trochaic rhythm, and avoid only hearing the iambs....
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Yesterday at 06:28 PM
Fortunately, I have a retirement income from teaching, so that wasn't as much of issue as the fact I love to tune and missed it! Pain was manageable without the drug the surgeon prescribed. It had 37 potential side effects, including death! Benjamin Franklin's wisdom comes to m...
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Adult Beginners Forum
Yesterday at 06:23 PM
Hi Sypher, I have been taking piano lessons for just over a year. I recently went on a two week business trip with no access to a piano. I was worried about missing so much practice time, but it worked out just fine. When I got home and sat down at my piano, I just took my time a...
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Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Yesterday at 06:16 PM
I tune EBVT 6:3 and 4:1 using TuneLab. I'm generally happy with the result, but curious about beating I hear in bass octaves. If stretch sounds right for my ears why should I perceive octave beating? Ian...
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Yesterday at 06:14 PM
for those of you who use android tablet, can you tell me which program is the best sheet music reader? preferably one which has "crop" feature like in forscore. ...
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Yesterday at 06:11 PM
HI David, I hope all your pain has now gone. We have all done things that at the time do not appear dangerous but can result in months if not years if pain. I say this after a self inflicted spine injury, severe long term pain and a subsequent operation. Tuning took a back s...
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Yesterday at 06:09 PM
If you have mice in the house they are coming in somewhere. They can be a health hazard. You should extinguish their lives ASAP, and find where they are coming in and stop it up with steel wool or some other blockage. As far as the piano goes, mice will not inhabit a piano that...
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Yesterday at 06:05 PM
I've hesitated to post this but am doing it on the chance that if only one person benefits from it, it would be worth it. I carry 16 pounds of tools in a nice case I bought a few years ago. I carried it with the case at my side with the shoulder strap over my head on the opposit...
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Yesterday at 06:04 PM
Originally Posted by Keith D KermanFWIW, I bought a zoom video recorder about 5 years ago and the compression was so great that it was unusable for classical piano playing that needed to show actual expression. I don't know if they have dramatically improved that with the newer ...
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Yesterday at 06:04 PM
Originally Posted by SMA55Originally Posted by DiarmuidD I haven’t used a Zoom recorder but if the default settings use high levels of dynamic compression then it would need to be altered for a discerning user/listener. To the best of my knowledge, Zoom devices do NOT use any k...
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Yesterday at 05:55 PM
Need help with tackling these parts of the sonata....
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Yesterday at 05:50 PM
Originally Posted by MarkarianOriginally Posted by Miguel ReySticky Mats These are extremely inhumane, please do not use them. Will not go well for either you or the intruding rodent. I fully agree. I did a sticky trap once and I regret it muchly. We've used live traps wi...
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Yesterday at 05:49 PM
Originally Posted by DiarmuidD I haven’t used a Zoom recorder but if the default settings use high levels of dynamic compression then it would need to be altered for a discerning user/listener. To the best of my knowledge, Zoom devices do NOT use any kind of compression that is...
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Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Yesterday at 05:49 PM
Well, at any rate, if you decide to rebush and repin and can get your hands on some of the pre-cut, rolled pins used in Steinway Teflon actions, that should eliminate any exposure to any copper alloy as they are sealed with the nickel plating. Might lengthen the time till you nee...
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Pianist Corner
Yesterday at 05:48 PM
If there are Jazz Standards, then there must be Jazz Substandards. Others? The Great American Songbook The Lesser American Songbook The Great Masters The Average Apprentices Standard Repertoire Obscure Outliers Pop Music Fizz Music...
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Pianist Corner
Yesterday at 05:47 PM
Hi guys, So I'm currently working on Schubert's Sonata in A Minor, D784, movement one, and I'm not sure how to tackle the part at around measure 27 and measure 127(I believe, unless i counted incorrectly, in which case I apologize in advance), with the dotted chords. Any suggest...
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Yesterday at 05:47 PM
Originally Posted by Dr.GagaThanks. The impro is not so cool but hey, it was just an impulse. :-) I wanted to have the sound of the brand new piano. The piano is chosen for the hall. The hall is bassy, very wet and it eats the sound. So the piano is extremely strong sounding an...
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Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Yesterday at 05:44 PM
Actually Kawaius site has retail prices up for the new CA78 and CA98 models....
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Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Yesterday at 05:43 PM
I don't own a CP4. I sold my CP5 privately and bought a Roland RD2000. I played the CP4 and thought the action was a little on the light side. I always preferred the action of the CP300 (and CP250). I don't like the placement of the headphone jack on the CP4. Yamaha placed i...
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Adult Beginners Forum
Yesterday at 05:26 PM
28. fishandchips - Morning Prayer Very nicely performed. Thanks for sharing it with us. 29. Ganddalf - Impromptu Op.90 no.4 Wow! That was very impressive. I very much enjoyed your performance. Schubert is among my favorite composers, too. And some of his Impromptus are right th...
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Yesterday at 05:25 PM
While we are making recommendations, I highly recommend the piano at http://thebunkerstudio.com/. It is a rebuilt Steinway C, thankfully NOT done at the factory. It is quite a sweet piano, Joe....
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