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06/20/17 04:14 AM
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Pianist Corner
06/20/17 04:04 AM
Depending upon the overall tempo and depending upon the time signature, I don't see any point in counting every single note, particularly when you are dealing with a passage in thirty-second or sixty-fourth notes. In a passage such as this one: (from the second movement of ...
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Pianist Corner
06/20/17 03:40 AM
Originally Posted by hbs60...how current these recordings need to be for submission? Is it ok to submit an old recording?how old is too old?... Sometimes they say how recent it has to be. If they don't, I suppose it could be from whenever we want!...
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Pianist Corner
06/20/17 03:28 AM
Here is a movement full of 32nd and 64th notes, including 64th note triplets (96th notes): ...
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Pianist Corner
06/20/17 03:25 AM
Here are 2 counting techniques I found doing some googling: 1) 1e+a+e+a 2e+a+e+a 3e+a+e+a 4e+a+e+a 2) 1-count-ing-thir-ty-sec-ond-notes, 2-count-ing-thir-ty-sec-ond-notes, 3-count-ing-thir-ty-sec-ond-notes, 4-count-ing-thir-ty-sec-ond-notes, etc. I tend to like the first since...
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Pianist Corner
06/20/17 03:04 AM
Originally Posted by ClassicalManI don't think playing the notes as fast as one can is the ideal technique as I read someplace (which is probably the case with 64ths). "Playing the notes as fast as one can" is not ever a legitimate way to read music. 64th notes are jus...
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Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
06/20/17 03:00 AM
In my case, different mic positions for same keys/notes, different iH values at fairly constant amplitude. Note that I use a quite ordinary quality mic, compared to what companies who model pianos do....
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Pianist Corner
06/20/17 02:47 AM
You just play 2 notes per subdivision of your 16th notes. The speed of the notes all depend upon the tempo of the piece. Mozart uses 32nd and 64th notes all the time in slow movements of his sonatas, but not so often in his fast movements. Same for Beethoven, now that I think of ...
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Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
06/20/17 02:44 AM
I'm puzzled at what it is you're trying to do. But maybe you can clarify. This must surely be a typo?Originally Posted by proutYes, the model may have added, hopefully, inharmonicically related samples,since no piano string produces harmonics ......
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Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
06/20/17 02:31 AM
I have read numerous research papers on modelling piano strings, which is of serious interest to manufacturers of DPs. In every case, the quality of mic and its placement relative to the strings has no affect on the mathematical results. The only requirement is that the signal ...
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Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
06/20/17 02:27 AM
Be thankful for small victories! <g> I'm going through the PX-350 manual, and it seems that, if you want _just piano chords_ -- no other accompaniment, no drums -- you have to do this: 1. Set up a "User Rhythm" like this: . . . No drums; . . . No percussion; ....
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Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
06/20/17 02:25 AM
Originally Posted by MacMacMacThis is definitely NOT what I'm saying ...Originally Posted by proutSo you are saying that an FFT analysis of a DP using a sampled acoustic piano will look the same whether or not the damper pedal was pressed when the DP player struck the note. Howev...
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Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
06/20/17 02:15 AM
This is true. Worn hammers do make tuning more difficult. Reshaping them and fitting them to the strings can help a lot. I would highly recommend it. Some call this "toning". Pwg...
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Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
06/20/17 02:13 AM
About iH measurement inconsistencies, I attribute them to several factors including quality of microphone, angle/position of the mic, sample amplitude, etc. Even strings of a given key will give different iH values, so it can take quite a while to get just decent results....
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Piano Forum
06/20/17 02:13 AM
Or bring back those interesting upright pianos designed to go in airplanes, but make them a fully capable piano? as for the beach idea, aren't tropicalized pianos already a thing....
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Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
06/20/17 02:10 AM
This is definitely NOT what I'm saying ...Originally Posted by proutSo you are saying that an FFT analysis of a DP using a sampled acoustic piano will look the same whether or not the damper pedal was pressed when the DP player struck the note. However, I did say: -- "When t...
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Piano Forum
06/20/17 02:09 AM
This is quite an achievement since very few have ventured out to expand on piano development since the turn of the 19th century. I know many are used to piano manufacturers churning out thousands of piano per year but if you think about it, it's quite impressive to be able t...
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Piano Forum
06/20/17 02:09 AM
Well, I can now better say I have decent taste in pianos, but good lord! that price scares me away from even looking at it again. bummer. that price will trump my student loans after 4 years.......
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Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
06/20/17 02:04 AM
You shoulda put this one on the "Puzzlers" thread. What ETD am I using?...
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Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
06/20/17 02:02 AM
Well, Mark, I know you're not using Tunic OnlyPure because you take no readings with it. So, one down... ...
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Adult Beginners Forum
06/20/17 02:01 AM
Hi SilentQ! Looks like you've got a lot of responses already, but I read your post and wanted to add my two cents. I have one adult student right now who learned by himself for maybe a year or so, dabbled around in the Adult All In One Alfred book. He says to me that he "...
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Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
06/20/17 01:55 AM
That worked, I get a chord now. But it's some orchestra sounding thing and I couldn't figure out a way to change it. I just wanted a piano chord (If I'm playing a piano tone). Changing the accompaniment rhythm did not change the sound of the chord that is sounded nor did changi...
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Adult Beginners Forum
06/20/17 01:54 AM
1. Atacama Desert 2. Five Shillings and Six Pence Heather Hammond https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Efjx4TDYtQI 3. Sonatina in A minor Biehl 4. In the Hall of the Mountain King Grieg (in Funtime Piano Classics) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AcYbkosXL5M 5. Picnic 1920 (RCM ...
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Piano Forum
06/20/17 01:51 AM
I believe that but that history is not known to new members who think it's just what it says it is. A place to discuss playing the piano....
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Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
06/20/17 01:47 AM
Mark - ETD guy here Ron had asked what gear or device you're using. That might be helpful in evaluating your experience. I have experience with TuneLab and Tunic OnlyPure. I'll take TuneLab first. Many times, in the upper section of a spinet, I get wildly different readings, s...
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