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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.
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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.
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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
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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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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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comment Is there any open source notation software for indian shrutis?
No need to get offensive. I'm not so stupid not to have done that already when reading your answer. I indeed found something, but it was about quartertones. If you read my question again, you will also find out that my question was about shruti specifically, and not quartertones, so your answer does not help.
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