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reviewed Reviewed Is there a difference between 2/4 and 4/4
May
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comment Is there a difference between 2/4 and 4/4
Is this meant to be a comment rather than an answer? It doesn't answer the question.
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May
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reviewed No Action Needed Why isn't D the “most central” note?
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comment Is it easier to play “softly” on a grand piano?
That's being done with the middle pedal in many modern uprights. It's called a practice rail or practice pedal (en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Practice_Rail)
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comment Is it easier to play “softly” on a grand piano?
@ysdx, I think this is a thing seen on older uprights with a different action mechanism (dampers above hammers). Mine is 120 years old and behaves as described by ysdx. However, I've never seen a modern upright with that mechanism.
Apr
4
comment Linux compatibility with CoreMIDI network protocol?
What do you exactly mean by Linux implementation? Do you want to connect your iPad to a Linux machine? Have a look at jackaudio.org. All proper production music software on Linux goes with JACK. It supports CoreMidi somehow, so maybe it works.
Apr
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revised Is it easier to play “softly” on a grand piano?
Clarified the importance of the grand piano to be large and modern
Apr
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comment Is it easier to play “softly” on a grand piano?
@filzilla, fair comment. I will add to my answer that it applies to modern, large grands.
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Apr
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comment Is it easier to play “softly” on a grand piano?
@Nicholas, if the people organising the audition are sensible people, they will let you practise on the very piano your audition is on. Ask them. This is a usual thing. Whenever I performed at a piano competition or a concert at my college, I was given twenty minutes to an hour of practise.
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answered Is it easier to play “softly” on a grand piano?
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answered How to play a long sustained note on an electric guitar?
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