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Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Yesterday at 01:21 PM
There definitely is a Yamaha fana going on around here. We need to eradicate the fana before it becomes contagious!...
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Composer's Lounge
Yesterday at 01:05 PM
Dear Isaias, you should perhaps have given some more information on this piece in order to get appropriate comments which exceed a simple like or dislike. Your piece is written in the style of the so-called "minimal music" which is very popular at the moment. One of...
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Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Yesterday at 12:43 PM
Thank you Charles and Dave. I will check out the Behringer Xenyx 802 and look at the mixers....
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Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Yesterday at 12:35 PM
Originally Posted by peterwsOriginally Posted by anotherscottIt also takes more power (and a more capable LF speaker) to get a low frequency to a certain volume than to get a high frequency to the same volume level. You only have to listen to or play digital church organs to rea...
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Pianist Corner
Yesterday at 10:11 AM
Great idea. I'm an intermediate classical pianist. And I'm beginner in jazz (although I'm highly interested in this music). I'm always interested talking about my musical activities. I love to share ideas with others. Anybody interested send me a PM....
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Pianist Corner
Yesterday at 09:14 AM
Originally Posted by Elysia.SBennevis, do you have a harder time memorizing a piece if you have already learned it? I wouldn't say it's harder, just that it takes as long as memorizing a new piece from scratch, I almost have to re-learn the piece, and it's very easy to fool myse...
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Composer's Lounge
Yesterday at 05:52 AM
Beautiful !! I really enjoyed the journey. I am on the 3rd repeat because I like the story that this piece created in my imagination....
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Piano Teachers Forum
Yesterday at 04:26 AM
I use Faber & Faber but I am not familiar with this other series. I have skipped students before, not often but I have. I realize that skipping a student means that they may not get to go through certain concepts in the order that the lesson book wanted them to but I have fa...
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Piano Teachers Forum
Yesterday at 03:33 AM
As for the motivation, I am not sure it is going to be easy until the behavior is solved. I have found that boys respond well to jazz or rag style music, pieces with energy or rhythm. Try throwing in a random blues scale in the lesson for him to try, my students get a kick out of...
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Pianist Corner
Yesterday at 02:42 AM
Is the stiffness in your lower thumb joint?...
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Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Yesterday at 02:31 AM
Thanks to all for sharing such valuable information. I haven't finished evaluating the HD-598's yet. Even though I don't believe much in "burn-in", just to give them as fair of a test as possible, and in case I'm wrong, I've done so. I think it's more that the brain/au...
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Adult Beginners Forum
Yesterday at 01:49 AM
I do have something ready, I was able to get a recording done today. I'll probably just submit that ;0...
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Pianist Corner
Yesterday at 01:41 AM
Did anyone attend her performance last night at Carnegie? I watched the Medici broadcast today and have never heard such an individual take on Prokofiev 3rd before. The slow moments were absolutely spellbinding, and the fiery parts were impeccable. The orchestra was with her ever...
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Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Yesterday at 01:32 AM
So did I understand this correctly? The harmonic pedal lifts all the dampers and then only drops dampers on the strings of a note when the key is released? Anyone else notice that this sounds a little like some of the presets for the Giant Piano that NI sells?...
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Piano Photo Gallery - Pictures of Pianos
Yesterday at 01:04 AM
Two photos of the piano that the Stieff family sent to Lee in Lexington as he assumed the presidency of Washington College (now Washington and Lee University)....
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Piano Teachers Forum
Yesterday at 12:49 AM
Originally Posted by malkin"Slow learner" was formerly a designation in public education. It indicated that a student would be likely to require more time to achieve the same level of mastery that typical learners achieved in less time. Let's make sure we are more or...
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Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Yesterday at 12:39 AM
I will be back on this later....
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Piano Teachers Forum
Yesterday at 12:34 AM
Toxic?...
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Adult Beginners Forum
10/21/17 11:46 PM
Originally Posted by Scottswald On a separate note, I wasnt aware you were supposed to analyse the score to this degree much before attempting to play it, I thought it was cheating. I thought it was just a case of looking for key signature and time signature. Is this how advance...
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Adult Beginners Forum
10/21/17 08:35 PM
Why so forlorn my digital? Pianoteq is king. Get over it . . . ....
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Adult Beginners Forum
10/21/17 08:26 PM
Well, I sold my digital piano today as I'm moving back to Poland (I was here in Toronto on a contract for a few months), so now I have no piano for the next week or so. I'll let you know the exact dates when I get back to my piano at home....
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Pianist Corner - Non Classical
10/21/17 07:34 PM
Measure 12 is a Neopolitan 2nd...
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Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
10/21/17 06:52 PM
I normally just play chords as I go to hear the key changes. I listen to the 4th, 5th, octave, 12th and double octave. I listen for clarity when I tune....
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Adult Beginners Forum
10/21/17 05:26 PM
Originally Posted by hyena[...]Yeah, but that's the thing. That voicing is where I want to train in too. I've done it before with Doctor Gradus - Debussy, getting out the melody between all these notes. So I thought k545 might be a fun song, but that Debussy would have more to te...
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Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
10/21/17 05:03 PM
Thanks for your replies! I'm currently using ASIO4all. Just wondering if Realtek ASIO was better. Greetings...
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