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Keyboard for a 100 year old #2535955
05/02/16 01:40 AM
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Required features:
* Heavenly harp and trumpet sounds
* Must record conveniently on a USB stick for playing back when the player moves on to a better place

Any suggestions?


I am 'doremi' because I play scales smile
Had I progressed to playing chords,
I would be 'domisol' shocked
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Re: Keyboard for a 100 year old [Re: doremi] #2535957
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Does he/she still recognizes him/herself in a mirror?

Re: Keyboard for a 100 year old [Re: johan d] #2535965
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Originally Posted by johan d
Does he/she still recognizes him/herself in a mirror?

No, they have no reflection.

Re: Keyboard for a 100 year old [Re: doremi] #2535967
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Originally Posted by doremi
* Must record conveniently on a USB stick for playing back when the player moves on to a better place

I think you mean going up.
I don't know about this. I only know about going down. crazy

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Re: Keyboard for a 100 year old [Re: doremi] #2535977
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I couldn't believe reading that thread but if you are serious I would recommend something each Yamaha Tyros keyboards. Each synthesisers Roland Jupiter 80, but everything depends on budget, cause these are quite expensive instruments.


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Re: Keyboard for a 100 year old [Re: doremi] #2535984
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Originally Posted by doremi
Required features:
* Heavenly harp and trumpet sounds
* Must record conveniently on a USB stick for playing back when the player moves on to a better place

Any suggestions?


Heavenly harp? Can't help but Roland in partnership with Sanatogen has just launched a DP that replaces the pitchbend wheel with a glass receptacle for dentures to be placed in overnight. And there are two hooks underneath. One for headphones and the other for a bag of Werther's Originals or Mint Imperials. It has an induction loop for hearing aid compatibility. And several rhythm styles. Some are just called "like it was in the war". The more modern beats are labeled "I can't tell a word they're singing these days". The Miley Cyrus style is named "slut". For Centenarian players with their own teeth it has a 'browntooth' connection. To round off a comprehensive feature set it has an aux in that only recognises 78 rpm.


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Re: Keyboard for a 100 year old [Re: EssBrace] #2535999
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Originally Posted by EssBrace
Originally Posted by doremi
Required features:
* Heavenly harp and trumpet sounds
* Must record conveniently on a USB stick for playing back when the player moves on to a better place

Any suggestions?


Heavenly harp? Can't help but Roland in partnership with Sanatogen has just launched a DP that replaces the pitchbend wheel with a glass receptacle for dentures to be placed in overnight. And there are two hooks underneath. One for headphones and the other for a bag of Werther's Originals or Mint Imperials. It has an induction loop for hearing aid compatibility. And several rhythm styles. Some are just called "like it was in the war". The more modern beats are labeled "I can't tell a word they're singing these days". The Miley Cyrus style is named "slut". For Centenarian players with their own teeth it has a 'browntooth' connection. To round off a comprehensive feature set it has an aux in that only recognises 78 rpm.


ROFLMAO!

Re: Keyboard for a 100 year old [Re: doremi] #2536031
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My Tyros 5 has what you want:

[Linked Image]

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2016 Blüthner Model A
Re: Keyboard for a 100 year old [Re: doremi] #2536055
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Careful with this stuff. Some 100-year-olds out there are coming to take your lunch money.

http://www.npr.org/sections/thetwo-...ars-old-ida-keeling-breaks-racing-record

Re: Keyboard for a 100 year old [Re: David Farley] #2536062
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My hero. An amazing man ! cool shocked

http://spr.ly/6180BmEc2


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Re: Keyboard for a 100 year old [Re: doremi] #2536129
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Stop making fun of Werthers. I always liked them even before I became ancient.


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Re: Keyboard for a 100 year old [Re: doremi] #2536179
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Originally Posted by doremi
Required features:
* Heavenly harp and trumpet sounds
* Must record conveniently on a USB stick for playing back when the player moves on to a better place

Any suggestions?
Yes, improve your joke-telling abilities.

cool

Re: Keyboard for a 100 year old [Re: Dave Ferris] #2536294
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Originally Posted by Dave Ferris
My hero. An amazing man ! cool shocked

http://spr.ly/6180BmEc2

Thanks for the link.
That is super positive.
He is looking forward to breaking new records every year, and is doing that with great success.


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Re: Keyboard for a 100 year old [Re: Beemer] #2536295
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Originally Posted by Beemer
My Tyros 5 has what you want:

[Linked Image]
Ian


Yes, this machine has it.
I like to have one too, but I already have three 88-note boards already.


Czerny's Piano School Vol. 1. Reviewing basics/ear training/analysis in interesting exercises.
Opus 599. Now at #77 and giving it a break.

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