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#1827321 - 01/18/12 06:12 PM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: Rostosky]  
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Originally Posted by Rostosky
Have you got a steamer Eglantine? that makes the job so much easier..
I just had a thought the other night as I was going to sleep, you know how you have sorted all your cds out onto shelfs, well my idea was this, If I bought you a new cd or someone else did, will that totally blow all the system of where everything is?


Not at all. There's slack built into the system, with general expansion space allowed for each kind of music, and plenty of small spaces on each shelf. And even space to put another CD tower - or 3 - up.


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#1827766 - 01/19/12 11:58 AM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: Rostosky]  
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Oh well thought out Eglantine, the last time I sorted out my cds I forgot to leave spaces for new aquisitions!

Well, today I was just going to record something a naturel from the dps own built in speakers as one of my favourite amps has blown.. which is sad because it is an old one from the seventies and has a nice warm sound...
Anyways, one of the dps speakers is buzzing, Inside the dp are bundles of wires and they have little bits of tape to keep them from touching the speakers and vibrating.
Last time I was in there, I noticed the tape had lost its "sticky" I should have done the job then...

So its in with the gaffa tape which is super sticky and wont come adrift.

Thing is, its a big heavy lump to cart around is my dp, and weighs a ton.

But I cannot stand the buzzing noise any longer...

Later dudes and dudettes.




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#1827907 - 01/19/12 03:01 PM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: BeccaBb]  
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Originally Posted by BeccaBb
Good morning ladies and gents! My you guys have been busy! My little music collection is quite sad in comparision! LOL I have my first lesson early this afternoon so not sure if I'll be back to post later! If not have a great day guys!



I couldn't get sound from this video- nothing was on Mute, anybody else?
(but I remember the song, so I played it in my head)

Becca- first lesson with a new teacher or are you the teacher? piano?


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Here's an oldie I always liked...






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#1827926 - 01/19/12 03:29 PM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: Rostosky]  
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The sound's fine for me, piano joy.


Currently working on: F. Couperin - Preludes & Sweelinck - Fantasia Chromatica
J.S. Bach, Einaudi, Purcell, Froberger, Croft, Blow, Frescobaldi, Glass, Couperin
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#1828004 - 01/19/12 05:58 PM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: Rostosky]  
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The John Cougar was just fine, but the police one was very slow to load and the sound took ages... probably you tube being naff again. !!!

Well, I opened up my DP, thought I had found what was causing the buzzing sound on the right hand speakers, put it back together, and it started again, BUT it just buzzes when I play the E above middle C!! No other notes do it, so its something in there that is vibrating in sympathy with that E..
Which will make it harder to find!!

Will have to open it up again tommorrow and go in again!! Annoyed.




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#1828045 - 01/19/12 06:51 PM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: Rostosky]  
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Hiya everyone!

PJ: the lesson was cancelled. I'm the student and yes its for piano. He'll be here Monday (and hopefully is feeling better by then.)

All the video's worked fine for me. Youtube likes to be cranky, often, I find.

I hope you find your buzzing issue soon, Rossy! That would drive me bonkers. smile

Eglantine: You are one organized music person! LOL


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#1828091 - 01/19/12 08:00 PM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: Rostosky]  
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Thanks BeccaBb, I will find it eventually because I will not give up till I do. !!

It did drive me nuts, that is my excuse now lol.




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#1828443 - 01/20/12 12:51 PM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: Rostosky]  
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Evening Eglantine!




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#1828444 - 01/20/12 12:52 PM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: Rostosky]  
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Hi!

Rossy, I hope you manage to fix your DP.


We could think that only a miracle could convert a huge sadness into beauty. And probably music is the unique miracle able to do such a thing.

Here we can listen to the first movement of the Stabat Mater by Pergolesi, where I’m sure you’ll understand what I mean.




If someone is interested, this Stabat Mater can be listened complete with this link.

http://www.youtube.com/playlist?p=PLE7F458652C7AF25A




#1828447 - 01/20/12 12:54 PM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: Rostosky]  
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Eveing Recaredo, excellent post.. The first violinist looks extremely sad.




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#1828456 - 01/20/12 01:08 PM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: Rostosky]  
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That was beautiful, Recaredo.. but more than the first violinist is sad!

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Hi Rossy.

Thinking of your DP, once I managed to fix an active monitor with buzzing noise. I simply cleaned the membrane speaker with a brush, and cleaned every component and connection from the amplifier to the speaker, with a cleaning product for electronic components. It worked fine.

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Hi Aimee. Glad to see you!

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I’m off to pick up the children from the school.

Later!

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Good advice Recaredo, I will do that, but there is something inside that is vibrating in sympathy with the E above middle C just that note!!! Its extremely clean inside, no debris or anything.
Thing is when I take the case apart everything apart from the keybed is in the upper case, and thats where the buzz is coming from, I will just have to go through all the parts in that area, and if any are suspected, I will undo them, and make a cardboard gasket for them so there is no plastic to plastic joins.
It takes ages to take apart, so I only want to do it the once ( again) lol.

Back in I go... Should I do video?




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Hi all, I'm just dropping in briefly as we are having a bit of a do tonight.

I have two flavours of he*l: the tax people; and my mother. I am now dealing with my mother's tax affairs. As you can imagine, he*l squared is kind of hellish.

I need the opposite of Talking Heads' Heaven, whatever that is. Or some third place perhaps, purgatory.

Everyone is trying to get to the bar.
The name of the bar, the bar is called heaven.
The band in heaven plays my favorite song.
They play it once again, they play it all night long.

Heaven is a place where nothing ever happens.
Heaven is a place where nothing ever happens.

There is a party, everyone is there.
Everyone will leave at exactly the same time.
Its hard to imagine that nothing at all
Could be so exciting, and so much fun.

Heaven is a place where nothing ever happens.
Heaven is a place where nothing ever happens.

When this kiss is over it will start again.
It will not be any different, it will be exactly
The same.
Its hard to imagine that nothing at all
Could be so exciting, could be so much fun.

Heaven is a place where nothing ever happens.
Heaven is a place where nothing ever happens.

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OH good! Can you do our tax return, while you're at it? Are you familiar with US tax laws? If not, no worries, neither is anyone else here, including the IRS!
I'm too busy for such nonsense, I have to practice piano!


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Hi Everyone! I'm just dropping by briefly. I'll be posting this weekend. I'm trying to devote a lot more of my time to piano work right now. I have some challenges to work on. The only way to handle it is more concentrated time, of course.

There have been so many great postings this week! I'll need time just to catch up with all of them. lol!

I hadn't planned to post today. However, I'd like to do this one post in tribute to Etta James, who died at age 73. This gifted Blues and R&B singer will be missed greatly by so many.

I leave you with this, "At Last."





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Well, after many hours My DP has not got a buzz anymore!!! Yippee yippeee.
You know how folks say "The easy solution is usually the correct one"
well I can attest to the fact that sometimes, just sometimes, the most complicated convoluted and totally abstract surreal answer can also be the correct one.

As was the case with what was causing the buzz...
The buzz was caused by a blanking plug ( totally redundant and uneeded) in the speaker cabinet itself inside my DP. This plastic blanking plug left in by the factory ( cheers guys) and held in by two screws that were not holding it in, lettin it spin around and vibrate.

Once found ( after approx four hours) it was dispatched into the bin where it belongs.

Most excellent, no more buzzing noise... I am a happy bunny.




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Great news Rossy!. This is your second victory with that piano.

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Thanks Recaredo, Yes it is, your correct . well remembered...
Anyway, now it is behaving 100 percent and I am totally happy.

I just wanted to record something sort of bare, like get the video cam out and play something, and not use Pianotech software or abelton, just a sort of plain "cover" Hopefully I can do that now...

saying that I dont know how well my video camera picks up sound yet!!!!

will have to do a test!!




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#1828712 - 01/20/12 08:23 PM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: piano joy]  
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Originally Posted by piano joy
OH good! Can you do our tax return, while you're at it? Are you familiar with US tax laws? If not, no worries, neither is anyone else here, including the IRS!
I'm too busy for such nonsense, I have to practice piano!


Hey, piano joy, I know just two things about US tax. These are

1. 401(k).
2. If you set up a church everything is tax free.

I have toyed with (2) as the possible subject of a documentary that I have yet to make.


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Eglantine, do you remember the guy in this country who found that out and instigated the "church of the gnome" in his front garden? He completely filled it with gnomes, and made out he believed in them so much ( and as many many folk do) that it was a religous order called the "church of the gnome" and therefore it should be tax exempt?

It got in many papers at the time.. I cannot for the life of me remember the outcome, except his garden looked like a sanctuary for folk that needed care in the community.

Will try and find out how it panned out, it was years ago though.




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Good morning Everyone! Rossy, I'm glad you got your DP working properly. I've been spending lots of time this week on my piano. I will post a few things today. Of course you can expect my Classical Sunday postings tomorrow.

My first post today will be classical Indian music. Here is Ravi Shankar on his amazing sitar

Raga Miniature





Carl

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OMG OMG OMG yes its another OMG moment.
What have I always said about morons and power tools? If you have never been privvy to my ramblings on said subject matter: let me reiterate.

Because of shops like Walmart in the USA and B&Q in the UK, every inadequate and his wife can now buy a power tool for around a tenner.

It should be a legal requirement that anyone buying a power tool should take a basic test of competence.
This test should should be tailored to determine if the person attempting to buy the power tool has a normal amount of brain cells.
It should also "red flag" the following afflictions.
(a.) general inadequacy.
(b.) moronism
(c.) cretinism.
(d.) a tendency to retarded actions.
(e) minor to major stupidity or a history of foolish choices.
(g) Genetic predisposition towards concentration failures.

Two cases in point today have manifested themselves...

Small daniels , sorry Paul daniels the magician whos catchphrase is "Its magic" is all over the papers

Because he cut off his own finger with a circular saw ( B+Q £9.98)
The papers have headlined it as "Its tragic" as a pun on his catchphrase.

I would have headlined it as "Its tragically obvious that this is going to happen"

Its a simple equation.( Moron + power tool= a journey to A and E to be reconstructed)

BUT, that wasnt the OMG moment today, no not at all....

THis is..... A man who didnt even know the nail gun he was using had put a nail into his brain, and thought the doctors were joking, even after they showed him the X rays...

I jest not... check it out...

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/new...fter-nail-is-removed-from-his-brain.html




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Oh noes, Rossy, you've just reminded me of a dream I had last night (which I had forgotten on waking, as you do).

The dream was that I had something in the tip of my right index finger, and I pulled it out, and it was a long, long nail, about 4 inches long, long enough to reach into the main area of my hand, and as I pulled it out I could hardly bear to look at the HOLE going all the way up my finger and into my hand, like a dark tunnel.

How unfortunate to be reminded. I'd better make another cuppa to make me feel better...


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I just woke up a bit ago. I'm glad I don't usually remember my dreams, especially if they're anything like that, Eglantine! laugh I think I'll have my morning coffee while I ponder my next posting. I'm in one of those moods where my postings will be very eclectic.

I'll be back shortly!



Carl

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I'm going to miss Etta James. She leaves an amazing legacy of her soulful blues and R&B. Here is "Misty Blue."





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As the grandaughter of carpenter/millwright I'm proud to say I am quite adequate with various tools and generally handy however my husband decided some time ago that I should not be permitted to use superglue while unsupervised.


I'll figure it out eventually.
Until then you may want to keep a safe distance.
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