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Re: What DPs really lack (compared to the acoustic pianos) [Re: Chopin Acolyte] #2860058
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How does one play this piece without a single mistake.



She makes it look so easy frown

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Re: What DPs really lack (compared to the acoustic pianos) [Re: Jethro] #2860062
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Originally Posted by Jethro
How does one play this piece without a single mistake.

...

She makes it look so easy frown


By practicing 40hrs/day one makes pieces look easy.

#lingling40hrs

Re: What DPs really lack (compared to the acoustic pianos) [Re: Chopin Acolyte] #2860064
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Originally Posted by Chopin Acolyte
Originally Posted by Jethro
How does one play this piece without a single mistake.

...

She makes it look so easy frown


By practicing 40hrs/day one makes pieces look easy.

#lingling40hrs

Help me Obi Wan, you're my only hope!

Re: What DPs really lack (compared to the acoustic pianos) [Re: Jethro] #2860073
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Originally Posted by Jethro
Originally Posted by Chopin Acolyte

By practicing 40hrs/day one makes pieces look easy.

#lingling40hrs

Help me Obi Wan, you're my only hope!


Maybe it's Doc Brown you should invoke, and get him to bring the Delorean around, so you can go back in time and practice alongside your self from that time. There are twice as many hours in the day that way ...


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Re: What DPs really lack (compared to the acoustic pianos) [Re: Chopin Acolyte] #2860080
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You're obsessed with me, aren't you? smile Just to remind you, lack of arguments isn't an excuse for insulting your opponent. I'm not OK with your silly comments and the next time you do that I will report you.


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Re: What DPs really lack (compared to the acoustic pianos) [Re: Chopin Acolyte] #2860081
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Then maybe it's best to stay out of the kitchen eh? wink

Truce? thumb

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Re: What DPs really lack (compared to the acoustic pianos) [Re: Chopin Acolyte] #2860082
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Re: What DPs really lack (compared to the acoustic pianos) [Re: Chopin Acolyte] #2860083
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OK, maybe you will have to stay out of the kitchen for a while.


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Re: What DPs really lack (compared to the acoustic pianos) [Re: Chopin Acolyte] #2860084
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May I suggest a competition guys...so you can, figuratively, compare your gear...

Post your practice sessions, whoever can play more notes a second wins. If you can play it slowly, you can play it quickly.

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Re: What DPs really lack (compared to the acoustic pianos) [Re: Chopin Acolyte] #2860093
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Opponent? Takes two, some say. Can't disagree that claiming (apparently relentlessly) that one's good, long time friend produces crap product (but is improving, though!) is unusual. Wouldn't he at least (Philippe) be at all miffed, then?
Not necessary, for a non-zealot.
TF's impertinent upstart 2c.

Re: What DPs really lack (compared to the acoustic pianos) [Re: CyberGene] #2860094
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Originally Posted by CyberGene
OK, maybe you will have to stay out of the kitchen for a while.

Temperatures fine for me (obviously), but I'm game. No veiled personal attacks but able to give opinions without fear of reprisal. I actually respect a lot of what you say, you know a lot about many things. (maybe not Pianoteq- ok I kid I kid) So I am hoping to learn from you as well. thumb

Re: What DPs really lack (compared to the acoustic pianos) [Re: QuasiUnaFantasia] #2860099
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I left off on this at around 11 AM ... because boss-man actually expects us to spend at least **part** of the day doing work.
And now I come back to find that I've missed out on a batch of interactive hilarity ...
Originally Posted by Tyrone Slothrop
Pianoteq is the solution to world hunger, climate change, poverty, social justice, and a myriad of other ills.
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I've actually started receiving abuse on YouTube from a triggered anonymous Pianoteq leftist.
Originally Posted by QuasiUnaFantasia
Oh, yeah, I get it now! You were referring to what you possibly perceive as PJW's (Pianoteq Justice Warriors). smile
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Maybe it's Doc Brown you should invoke, and get him to bring the Delorean around so you can go back in time and practice alongside your self from that time. There are twice as many hours in the day that way.

Re: What DPs really lack (compared to the acoustic pianos) [Re: Chopin Acolyte] #2860103
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I like how PW lets you know when a thread has already been reported!

But what if I have a DIFFERENT complaint?


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Re: What DPs really lack (compared to the acoustic pianos) [Re: Chopin Acolyte] #2860111
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Does that mean you suspect your complaint was probably different? Or that''s just musing? Intriguing. smile

Re: What DPs really lack (compared to the acoustic pianos) [Re: Chopin Acolyte] #2860195
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Wait, guys, you really reported MY thread, because two kids here throw fits over a piece of software? What about this: let's all of us refrain from posting here until I get my grubby mits on P-515 (that's happening tomorrow, but sadly I have a group meeting so not sure if the delivery won't be postponed to Thursday), I will post my impression and whether I'm satisfied and we can discuss the specifics of Yamaha P-515 then...

Re: What DPs really lack (compared to the acoustic pianos) [Re: Chopin Acolyte] #2860252
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It's not really a topic-oriented thread, isn't it? Even the title sounds like flame bait.

So while I personally do not see a reason to report it, some users might and that could be justified.


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Re: What DPs really lack (compared to the acoustic pianos) [Re: JoeT] #2860266
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Originally Posted by JoeT
It's not really a topic-oriented thread, isn't it? Even the title sounds like flame bait.

So while I personally do not see a reason to report it, some users might and that could be justified.


Let's let this thread go to its heavenly rest.

I suggest that ChopinAcolyte should start a new thread, when he's wrung-out his P515.


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Re: What DPs really lack (compared to the acoustic pianos) [Re: Charles Cohen] #2860269
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Originally Posted by Charles Cohen

Let's let this thread go to its heavenly rest.

I suggest that ChopinAcolyte should start a new thread, when he's wrung-out his P515.



This thread was meant to let you guys give me some advice about a DP that would suit my needs (in terms of touch) and also share my thoughts after I settle down for something. But if you don't want to hear it, I can keep the aftermath for myself.

Thank you all for your advice.

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Re: What DPs really lack (compared to the acoustic pianos) [Re: Chopin Acolyte] #2860301
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As an observer, it seems to me the thing blew up because person A is saying person B's professed view is UNQUALIFIED, so should be silenced. And person B insists he's perfectly within his rights to express it here, and refuses to accept A's right to tell him to shut up. There's an attacker, and a defiant defender. TF's view.

Re: What DPs really lack (compared to the acoustic pianos) [Re: Chopin Acolyte] #2860306
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I know I'm not a saint and I know that my attitude towards stuff (in this particular case Pianoteq) is sometimes harsh and is usually the cause for other people to get triggered and start a heated debate. However I always try to keep emotions and personal attitude aside. Whatever I say is just my opinion about a software based on experience with it and my understanding (or misunderstanding to that matter) about how it works. And while I'm usually tolerant towards verbal ridicule and insults, it's now getting a trend for Pianoteq fans to use personal insults and discuss my own persona. Franky I wouldn't bother but that situation is repeating itslef and I would prefer if that won't turn into a norm. I've been referred to as "brain dead" and "madman" in this thread, as well as my nickname being intermixed with Koresh and whatever. It has been suggested that it's better if I was silent and do no express my opinion. It could have been funny in another context but not now.


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