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Adult Beginners Forum
6 hours ago
Originally Posted by VaibhavAre there any online resources available to learn these? Thevery first step is to look here: P.S. There are some geographical differences about the period: in Western theory, the period usually consists of two phrases; In Russian theory - from tw...
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Adult Beginners Forum
6 hours ago
Originally Posted by malkinOriginally Posted by outo 1. There¨s a difference between hard and impossible to master.Some skills or rather abilities just cannot be learned "well enough" by everyone, What is well enough is of course a matter of definition. 2. Sometimes ...
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Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
6 hours ago
Originally Posted by Nordomus I just want to say that you are wrong here about Roland. It is actually hybrid keyboard containing both plastic and wood elements. Also there is escapement "simulation" like on most higher tier digital pianos. There's a bit of controversy...
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Pianist Corner - Non Classical
6 hours ago
Perhaps this is a gross oversimplification but I though the Blues Scale was a simple pattern. Tonic - 3 half steps - 2 half steps - 1 half step - 1 half step - 3 half steps - 2 half steps....
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Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
6 hours ago
Originally Posted by SMA55Originally Posted by Gene NelsonKiller octave is a common term that describes it. However, don't give up on it so easy and don't discount the potential of a properly voiced hammer and regulated action. I have serviced pianos with similar issue and it was...
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Piano Forum
6 hours ago
Good job on the whole project, lbonini1! I was hoping that you might be able to sweat that project down to a more affordable price, considering that it was a small fraction of what moving a grand from one building to another, across town, involves. I was the know-nothing I was ...
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Adult Beginners Forum
6 hours ago
Originally Posted by MorodieneOuto: I appreciate that you are trying to bring awareness of these issues, but we aren't talking about mastery of anything here. All I've said is improvement, and same with malkin, whereas you seem to want to focus on mastering things. Maybe that's y...
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Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
6 hours ago
Originally Posted by Alan Shore 1. Touch/feel: Roland LX-17: feels and plays like a digital piano, nowhere near clp-685 and/or cs11 (no counterweight could be felt, no escapement action, mediocre key quality (full plastic), did not respond well at all to fast, repetitive notes li...
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Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
6 hours ago
And now we have a new member of the G.A.S. club. A new GASketeer! Welcome, friend. And hide your wallet! ...
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Piano Forum
6 hours ago
I've emailed Alfred regarding Alfred annotated editions. That's my last stop. If no luck I'll stick with the Henle At the piano which does have good fingering. Thanks for the feedback and information. Mark...
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Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
6 hours ago
I'm not sure this is true ...Originally Posted by peterwsA bit of a disappointment really to find out that, for £3-4k you only get the same sound thro' headphones as a model costing under half as much. CyberGene said:QuoteCA67 will be exactly the same as CS11 through headphones....
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Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
6 hours ago
Perhaps my only gripe with AcousticSamples C7, is it doesn't go down there, to ppp. I admit I haven't played much with it's velocity curve, so I can't rule out that it handles soft playing adequately. Even if it doesn't, it's still great for a lot of music. The ability to play so...
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Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
6 hours ago
Originally Posted by Miguel ReyCould also be that this piano was in someone else home and voiced as such. Nice thought, but that does not appear to be the case here. This piano was a rental piano as part of Steinway's C&A program, and was never before sold to a private cust...
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Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
6 hours ago
I'll add this Along with the killer octave nickname there is another: diamonds in the rough. They both say a lot....
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Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
6 hours ago
How is the action on these pianos? Not interested in the built in sound. Was thinking of using it with a VST....
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Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
6 hours ago
Originally Posted by Gene NelsonKiller octave is a common term that describes it. However, don't give up on it so easy and don't discount the potential of a properly voiced hammer and regulated action. I have serviced pianos with similar issue and it was not a dead soundboard or ...
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Adult Beginners Forum
6 hours ago
A few additions, added a video for Reflections. Will wait to put something on YouTube. For now, I'll forget it for a little while and come back to it. For whatever reason, this helps me to learn it better. Fascination is a fun piece from Alfred's. The Top? Well, it's a silly etud...
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Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
6 hours ago
Could also be that this piano was in someone else home and voiced as such....
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Piano Forum
6 hours ago
As said earlier fingering is an art form and I often hear many times that one needs to work out the fingering for oneself, but I would caution many if not most to avoid doing this unless you are very advanced. I'm assuming the OP is not since he's asking for these types of edit...
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Members Recordings - Pianist Corner
7 hours ago
Oh yes, I enjoyed it very much, congratulations for a performance sparkling with plenty of colors and agogic refinement! Also the dramatic sections never make the piano "yell", you have a very cultured approach to your instrument, that's great! Maybe the slow opening co...
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Piano Forum
7 hours ago
Originally Posted by lbonini1I did end up finding him the movers for around 75 dollars which isn't bad at all. Congratulations! $75 certainly seems more reasonable to move the piano, already broken-down and taken apart, one or two rooms over (25 feet?). Plus, your elderly frien...
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Adult Beginners Forum
7 hours ago
Continuing with rubato and dynamics This is a follow-up on my post from last week, when I first explored the use of dynamics and rubato in two pieces by Gurlitt. I was very enthusiastic, resulting in an overload of rubato throughout the pieces. Keystring very eloquently compared...
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Adult Beginners Forum
7 hours ago
Are there any online resources available to learn these?...
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Piano Forum
7 hours ago
Lol, I guess it is a bit odd that I'd be posting for a friend when I could tell them to make an account and post it themselves but that friend happens to be in his 60s and isn't very tech savvy but I digress. I did end up finding him the movers for around 75 dollars which isn't ...
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Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
7 hours ago
I really do not care if I get looked down on, as long as I can practice well that will do the speaking for me. My concern was that I might not be getting the best tuning as it is not viewed as worth the time. But you do raise the valid point that it might not even be worth the ti...
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