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I've been playing a Kawai CS10 for about a year. My teacher really wanted me to get a "real" piano, so I got a 1929 Steinway "L" for a very decent price. It was refurbished in 1998 with bigger pins, new strings etc. I LOVE it!! However , the action is quite a ...
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FAQ - Piano Forum
14 minutes ago
The oldest posts seem to officially get going around 2001. But there are posts dating back to 1969! That’s probably an error from the beginning setup. If you go directly to any forum you’ll see all pages, back through time, listed at the top and bottom. When I’m bored I li...
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Piano Forum
34 minutes ago
Originally Posted by NelsthepianoplayerWhen I play piano I turn my Phonacs down as far as I can...which seems to me to be equal to taking them off. Otherwise the music is too loud and too tinny. I have needed aids for 5 or more years now. When I first got my "new to me&qu...
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Piano Forum
34 minutes ago
Originally Posted by malkinOriginally Posted by harpsichorder...I really wonder if these devices mess with what's left of your "normal" hearing. In any case, there seems to be a re-adjustment period after turning them off, so I try to give myself time to adjust... Yes ...
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Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
1 hour ago
That's pretty hard, I currently only have a very very old plastic keyboard with a bad non-weighted action. Maybe I'll buy something decent but cheap to hold me over until CS9/12 arrive....
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Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
1 hour ago
Okay, I guess you'll just have to practice waiting then ...
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Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
1 hour ago
There's no confusion, just the overall sentiment that the majority of users here would really like to buy CS9/12 instead of CA78/98 *now*, not 15 months from now. Currently we have the choice between "old tech but pretty" and "new tech but not as pretty", and ...
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Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
1 hour ago
As I understand it: The CS series is just the CA series with a superior design. The CA series is just the same as the CS models, but made for people, who don't want to pay a premium just for the looks. And there's always a few months gap until the according CS models are released...
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Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
1 hour ago
You mean the keybed range is not continuous? Goes up from 40 but skips 48? Yes, this looks like Italian engineering... Probably another thing they didn't think through, just like the leaking batteries. And 3 different NoteOn messages? Well, maybe there is some logic to it. Is ...
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Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
1 hour ago
Bill, You are so kind to offer further information and advice. I do use my ETD to tune all 88 and this is something I might well reconsider. One thing I have always had doubt about is the accuracy and wisdom of including C1 as the first inharmonicity measurement. This is be...
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Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
2 hours ago
If this forum could be representative, there are much more people with CA-series compared to CS. I think this is understandable, taking in mind the premium price of the CS-instruments and only a supposedly (slightly) better advantage in the speaker configuration and/or amplifier ...
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Adult Beginners Forum
2 hours ago
Originally Posted by MorodieneOriginally Posted by PotleaHello everyone, I'm working on Scarlatti Sonata B minor k 27 for my ATCL exam. I have 2 editions, one is digital download from Classical which shows smooth pedalling from m. 11. The other is Urtext Orpheus edition in a boo...
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Pianist Corner - Non Classical
2 hours ago
Originally Posted by huaidongxiNahum, just posted a question on the digital/synths/keyboards forum to see if any traditional Indian instruments are available on digital keyboard menus. since you work with 'world musiks' you might know what's available. dankon Today in each soli...
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Adult Beginners Forum
2 hours ago
What I didn't mention in my original post: the collapsing gets worse with the little finger on a black key. At the moment I'm trying to do the following things: - practice slowly - align my arm with my little finger when it is time for it to play (= playing with a very mobile ...
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Piano Forum
2 hours ago
I agree 100% with Joe. Grotrian Steinweg are top notch pianos. There was a line of Challen pianos made for WRCC schools. The cases were in light oak. Those were excellent pianos....
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Piano Teachers Forum
3 hours ago
Originally Posted by outoOriginally Posted by Gary D.Originally Posted by outoOriginally Posted by Gary D.No one hates "classical" music. People hate what they think classical music is. I may not hate "classical" music but I definitely do hate much of the clas...
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Members Recordings - Pianist Corner
3 hours ago
Haven`t played this for a few years.. yesterday i decided to record it and see how it sounds on the Bechstein haha Hope you`ll find it entertaining Best wishes! https://youtu.be/8fKPTQXD0J0...
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Piano Teachers Forum
3 hours ago
If I pay somebody in cash, I would expect it to be counted, and wouldn't find that remotely offensive. I might find it a bit peculiar if the person I was paying meticulously examined each note for genuineness, but a quick count-up to check for mistakes seems perfectly reasonable....
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Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
3 hours ago
Originally Posted by madshiWell, for me CA is pretty much the same as CS, just a different (nicer but more expensive) cabinet. So it's not "uphill" in my book, more "sideways". But I see what you mean. I think most of us here would prefer for CA + CS to be up...
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Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
3 hours ago
My Casio AP-650 has Er Hu, Yang Qin, Zheng, Pi Pa, Di Zi, Xiao, Sheng, Sitar, Tanpura, Harmonium, Santur, Shanai, Kanun, Oud and Ney sounds, among a whole lot of others. (I have no idea what most of those instruments actually are, though I have briefly tried them to see what the...
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Pianist Corner
4 hours ago
Mahler...
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Pianist Corner
4 hours ago
Originally Posted by jdottI had carpal tunnel surgery on my right hand a few weeks ago, and highly recommend it. The pain/tingling/numbness went away immediately, and the surgery was painless. How is your dexterity and piano-playing ability?...
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Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
4 hours ago
Originally Posted by BeemerBill, "If you get the octave close with electronic tuning, you can fine adjust by ear so that the rapid beats match with those above it. It will give the smaller piano a beautiful and harmonious sound" Thanks for the advice, which I will tr...
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Adult Beginners Forum
4 hours ago
VERY impressive, David - and such fun, too, in the Shinn arrangement! And that MP11SE is sounding pretty durn nice!!...
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Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
4 hours ago
There are Android and iOS apps for Tabla and Tanpura sounds. I personally own iShala on Android - but there are similar programs available on iOS as well. Tabla and Tanpura sounds in these apps are intended to be used as accompaniment for the singer/instrument player who is perfo...
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