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Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
12/12/17 06:07 AM
Originally Posted by GombessaOriginally Posted by Velluth Just tried doing this, I can indeed feel a vibration on the keys with fallback. I believe this means the keys with fallback noise return to rest just slightly higher than the keys without the noise, and they hit there fa...
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Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
12/12/17 06:04 AM
Originally Posted by Velluth Just tried doing this, I can indeed feel a vibration on the keys with fallback. I believe this means the keys with fallback noise return to rest just slightly higher than the keys without the noise, and they hit there fallboard on their way back up....
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Adult Beginners Forum
12/12/17 06:02 AM
A dose of realism never hurt anyone . . . . .OUCH! As for me; entered Grammar school at 11, "A" stream. I was the clever one; piano teacher thought I was something special. Dad loved Chopin (I didn't and don't). Got dumped to "B" stream at the first hurdle....
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Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
12/12/17 05:42 AM
Originally Posted by GombessaRegarding the black key fallback noise, I couldn't hear anything in the video. But I would suggest placing your hand directly against the fall board above a key that makes the sound, and pressing that key. Try as well with a key that is silent. Do you...
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Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
12/12/17 05:34 AM
Originally Posted by Kawai JamesHello Velluth, welcome to the forum. I appreciate that there are some variations in the sound produced when different keys are pressed, however I personally have to wonder how noticeable this truly is when the instrument is turned on, with speaker...
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Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
12/12/17 05:33 AM
The title says it all. I'm currently using the Kawai EX-Pro (which is fantastic btw), but I would like to add another piano to my VST library. I'm considering either the Ivory II American Concert D or the Ravenscroft 275. Both sound fantastic, but I don't have enough money for...
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Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
12/12/17 05:26 AM
Originally Posted by Kawai JamesRegarding modelling, all Kawai DPs incorporate this technology to a greater or lesser extent. However, the resonance system developed for the SK-EX Rendering sound engine is far more advanced than any previous simulation. Kind regards, James x J...
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Piano Forum
12/12/17 05:18 AM
Hi, Does anyone have a silent system (such as PianoDisc QuietTime or something similar) installed in a grand piano and use it regularly? How much does it alter the action in your opinion? Also, if you have a recommendation for a silent system that can be retro-fitted in a grand...
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Adult Beginners Forum
12/12/17 05:05 AM
Originally Posted by Tim AdriansonHi, cmb13! Well, I'm not the official "referee" -- what I would do is PM Schubertian, who is overseeing this Themed e-Cital, and see whether it's OK with him. And I know what you're getting at regarding the 3-3-2/8 sections -- they...
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Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
12/12/17 05:04 AM
Originally Posted by GombessaThe mp11 is the quietest digital action I've played, by a country mile. This may well true, but no keyboard action is completely silent. Sometimes I wonder if some customers have slightly unrealistic expectations in this regard. James x...
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Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
12/12/17 05:04 AM
Originally Posted by Kawai JamesI hear quite a lot lossy compression artefacts in the video's sound. Assuming the MP7 was captured using the USB Audio function to a WAV file, there should be no compression. When syncing the audio to your video, ensure that the video project is ...
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Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
12/12/17 04:59 AM
Regarding the black key fallback noise, I couldn't hear anything in the video. But I would suggest placing your hand directly against the fall board above a key that makes the sound, and pressing that key. Try as well with a key that is silent. Do you feel a vibration in the fall...
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Piano Forum
12/12/17 04:43 AM
Chris, when you next talk to Wayne Stuart, listen to what he actually says, not what you think he's said. He makes no bones about the extra notes, the extra pedal, the wacky music stand etc. Whether there's any real merit in these developments is moot (the piano repetoire isn't ...
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Adult Beginners Forum
12/12/17 04:37 AM
Originally Posted by bennevisOriginally Posted by StubbieOh, there most definitely are pieces that must be played fast, very fast. But if they're played 50% faster than the composer intended, they don't sound 50% better--they sound 50% worse, imo. Actually, in almost all cas...
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Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
12/12/17 04:33 AM
Originally Posted by daniokeeperOriginally Posted by daniokeeperOriginally Posted by Chris LeslieJoe, was the client aware of the tuning style, and did they provide feed back? I guess that if they knew what was happening then they would give a more biased feedback. Hi Chris, T...
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Adult Beginners Forum
12/12/17 04:26 AM
Originally Posted by Moo :) my suggestions- find a recording and listen to it (if you get the 'correct' version in your head it is easier) - It's the most important! Listen beforehand the record 20 times - this will shorten the work time on instrument. The next important poin...
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Adult Beginners Forum
12/12/17 04:20 AM
Movement at the piano is really hard to communicate. I'm not even sure it's teachable. Words are not very successful. Videos are kind of meh. I think this slow approach and exaggerated approach is a good way to approach that. But I'm not sure if it's something that makes sense o...
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Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
12/12/17 04:12 AM
Originally Posted by Bill Bremmer RPTI thought that the combination of using bamboo for the back, sides and neck of the guitar but still using spruce for what we would think of as the soundboard was interesting. It is as if the maker had predetermined that bamboo would not work ...
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Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
12/12/17 04:10 AM
Originally Posted by kermit_xcoh, sorry - my post wasn't clear. I was able to play the 603 and 605 - I do like them If you liked the HP603/HP605 and these models are within your budget, why not buy one of them? Originally Posted by kermit_xcunfortunately no local Kawai dealer f...
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Pianist Corner
12/12/17 04:09 AM
Originally Posted by dogpersonOriginally Posted by EpeeMost certainly very true, and I'm looking forward to that day. I found a Petrof 5'8" that I fell in love with, and it checked out. So now I have the best of both worlds. Should get delivered on Friday. Wonderful ne...
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Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
12/12/17 04:06 AM
oh, sorry - my post wasn't clear. I was able to play the 603 and 605 - I do like them, but unfortunately no local Kawai dealer for me ...
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Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
12/12/17 04:00 AM
kermit_xc, I would strongly recommend visiting a Roland and Kawai dealer to try the models under consideration. Kind regards, James x...
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Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
12/12/17 03:58 AM
Originally Posted by MacMacMacBefore listening to that video I was not really expecting to hear any remarkable difference between the "normal" key noise and the "bad" key noise. The sound of a You Tube video played through laptop speakers tends to yield poor a...
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Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
12/12/17 03:57 AM
Regarding modelling, all Kawai DPs incorporate this technology to a greater or lesser extent. However, the resonance system developed for the SK-EX Rendering sound engine is far more advanced than any previous simulation. Kind regards, James x...
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Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
12/12/17 03:55 AM
Originally Posted by EssBraceI had the FP90 for a few days. The new fully modelled sounds just aren't right to my ears. And the more exposure you have to them the more fatiguing they get. I feel very lucky that mine had a faulty keyboard so I could send it back without having to ...
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