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Post by maggiekedves Wed Mar 26, 2008 7:01 pm

Jordan wrote:
Yeah, we also got a bunch of sources for art here in Canada (or should I say North America, lol). Because honestly, foreign people call us "Americans" and I don't blame them because Canada is in North America. In my opinion, we're pretty much equal to people in USA.

Anyway, back on topic. Art is very cool, although I'm more of a musical artist rather then a drawing artist. Regardless, I'd love to learn some day and I appreciate it for the web links! Very Happy
Well I said in America not specifing someone being American or Canadian. You are right you can have access to the same resources as the US residents can. But you are right North America is a lot more precise way to say it.
I would never offend anyone's national pride. flower
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Post by Jordan Wed Mar 26, 2008 7:47 pm

maggiekedves wrote:
Jordan wrote:
Yeah, we also got a bunch of sources for art here in Canada (or should I say North America, lol). Because honestly, foreign people call us "Americans" and I don't blame them because Canada is in North America. In my opinion, we're pretty much equal to people in USA.

Anyway, back on topic. Art is very cool, although I'm more of a musical artist rather then a drawing artist. Regardless, I'd love to learn some day and I appreciate it for the web links! Very Happy
Well I said in America not specifing someone being American or Canadian. You are right you can have access to the same resources as the US residents can. But you are right North America is a lot more precise way to say it.
I would never offend anyone's national pride. flower

Nah, I'm not offended. USA is pretty amazing, I love New York! Anyway, if there's any other links that you can find relating to art, I'd appreciate for you to post them. Smile
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Post by maggiekedves Thu Mar 27, 2008 6:14 am

Jordan wrote:

Nah, I'm not offended. USA is pretty amazing, I love New York! Anyway, if there's any other links that you can find relating to art, I'd appreciate for you to post them. Smile

Ive heard Canadians can be offended easily but it is good u r not Smile

Well if I would know I would need those art sites I found before I would have saved them ... but if I will run into one I will let you know... I also have tons of ebooks I might have something in this topic too... nowadays I concentrate more on the photography topic and most on the piano lol! ( just to keep priorities )
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Post by Jordan Thu Mar 27, 2008 6:41 pm

maggiekedves wrote:
Jordan wrote:

Nah, I'm not offended. USA is pretty amazing, I love New York! Anyway, if there's any other links that you can find relating to art, I'd appreciate for you to post them. Smile

Ive heard Canadians can be offended easily but it is good u r not Smile

Well if I would know I would need those art sites I found before I would have saved them ... but if I will run into one I will let you know... I also have tons of ebooks I might have something in this topic too... nowadays I concentrate more on the photography topic and most on the piano lol! ( just to keep priorities )

Send me some ebooks when you have the time!
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Post by maggiekedves Fri Mar 28, 2008 5:29 am

Jordan wrote:
maggiekedves wrote:
Jordan wrote:

Nah, I'm not offended. USA is pretty amazing, I love New York! Anyway, if there's any other links that you can find relating to art, I'd appreciate for you to post them. Smile

Ive heard Canadians can be offended easily but it is good u r not Smile

Well if I would know I would need those art sites I found before I would have saved them ... but if I will run into one I will let you know... I also have tons of ebooks I might have something in this topic too... nowadays I concentrate more on the photography topic and most on the piano lol! ( just to keep priorities )

Send me some ebooks when you have the time!
Send me an email so I would know yours Smile
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Post by Jordan Fri Mar 28, 2008 6:26 am

I private messaged my email to you. By the way, this thread is getting to be off-topic, so I might lock it pretty soon. I think it'd be better to save chatting for the chat box. Smile
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Post by Thomandy Thu Apr 10, 2008 4:25 pm

My goal is to preform one day. Stage, piano and audience.
Dont need to be to the whole world. But be able to play grade 8 +..
Dont know how realistic it is to manage to play 8 - 9 + when i started to play now at the age of 23, but. I saw in a list that Fur Elise is Grad 3???

Now that I have practiced it for 1month (played totally for 3)
i can play this song, whole verson, at a pretty fair level. A little hesetation in the solos, but the first solopart i actually play at perfect speed at least 2/5 times now. The second solopart needs more practice because I usually get an error in there, still I also played this "perfect" if im lucky Smile hehe And the last solopart, the cromatic scale is really commin along speedwise after I saw Andrews Youtubelesson with the cromaticscale practice. Smile

Ah... But the the question is:

Is it good progress after 3 months? To play this peace fairly good?

I often record my playing so i can listen to it, and direct myselfe and compare to videos on youtube. Since I dont have a teacher yet.
Would like for an answer on this, since I dont got any musicly interested frends or somthing like that to help me out or anything =)

Tnx Smile
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Post by Admin Andrew Thu Apr 10, 2008 5:18 pm

thomandy wrote:My goal is to preform one day. Stage, piano and audience.
Dont need to be to the whole world. But be able to play grade 8 +..
Dont know how realistic it is to manage to play 8 - 9 + when i started to play now at the age of 23, but. I saw in a list that Fur Elise is Grad 3???

Now that I have practiced it for 1month (played totally for 3)
i can play this song, whole verson, at a pretty fair level. A little hesetation in the solos, but the first solopart i actually play at perfect speed at least 2/5 times now. The second solopart needs more practice because I usually get an error in there, still I also played this "perfect" if im lucky Smile hehe And the last solopart, the cromatic scale is really commin along speedwise after I saw Andrews Youtubelesson with the cromaticscale practice. Smile

Ah... But the the question is:

Is it good progress after 3 months? To play this peace fairly good?

I often record my playing so i can listen to it, and direct myselfe and compare to videos on youtube. Since I dont have a teacher yet.
Would like for an answer on this, since I dont got any musicly interested frends or somthing like that to help me out or anything =)

Tnx Smile

Hey! ^_^

That's EXCELLENT progress to be able to play that piece after only 3 months VERY good! ^_^

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Post by Thomandy Thu Apr 10, 2008 7:52 pm

Nice to hear =) Now my only problem is that my account has (10 000,-) 1500 bucks, and that wont get me a good piano Sad((
And I want a babygrand like the one you got Andrew Smile
Hehe... Bid you 1500 for it ;p
I guess you can afford to loose 20500,- Now that you got your teachingcarrer going =)
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Post by Admin Andrew Fri Apr 11, 2008 2:55 am

Smile well, you could buy a pretty good digital piano for $1500 ^_^

noooo!!! my baby is NOT for sale geek

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Post by Thomandy Fri Apr 11, 2008 5:52 am

Yes, im looking at a digital piano now actually.. Its about $2500, but I can rent it for $100 a month, and when I decide to buy, I get the whole amount back. It is also free delivery.

Its a Yamaha CLP 240
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Post by maggiekedves Fri Apr 11, 2008 6:17 am

Jordan wrote:I private messaged my email to you. By the way, this
thread is getting to be off-topic, so I might lock it pretty soon. I
think it'd be better to save chatting for the chat box. Smile

well then u need to make an off-topic topic lol! The chat box is not practical if we are not there at the same time geek
.. do you need to be that strict? This is the social paradise part and
not the piano part... this can handle a little off-topic, right?
What a Face
You need to let the new members to confess their goals and dreams too cheers
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Post by Thomandy Fri Apr 11, 2008 6:27 am

I agree with you maggie Smile As long as one gets a bit on topic after alt the off-topic, hehe lol!
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Post by Admin Andrew Fri Apr 11, 2008 8:32 am

^_^ Hey Jordan, I wouldn't worry about it to much it's not like this is complete spam or anything, this is just a do whatever kind of forum anyway ^_^

I think it'd be too strict to lock it up when we've got such a good conversation going on here Very Happy

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Post by Jordan Fri Apr 11, 2008 6:14 pm

1uc wrote:let me see...

1. Learn as much as possible about music theory so I could compose my own pieces.
- HERE is one VERY old from like the world B.C. Razz I composed this little etude in 2005 i think Smile

2. To be able to play the piano until death do us part Smile Also to have everything under control while playing, you know: proper rythm, left hand, right hand, each finger, peddaling etc. TO BE MORE RELAXED

3. Apart from music I'd like to become an independent artist ((digital) painter, character designer...) or animator - thats probably not going to happen because I live in a country without any animation studios. Sad

4. I would also like to find my self a nice wife someday lol Very Happy although I'm only 20 so I don't have to worry about that yet ...i think Razz

5. My final goal would have to be... well it's more of a wish...to die a natural death on the bed while sleeping, not for some annoying disease. pale BUT till then...LIVE MY LIFE AS MUCH AS POSSIBLE Smile cheers

I think your goals are very interested! Oh and, you want to be a animator? Try out Flash 9 and start animating with it, I used to animate with it back in 2003-2004 but I quit because I'm not that much of a drawer. I enjoyed scripting with Action Script though.
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Post by Thomandy Thu Apr 24, 2008 9:37 pm

I am actualle having a problem with my piano. There is a strange sound when I play the one key - C# so I got it redelivered, changed the piano. And The sam thing on my new one. It isnt there all the time, but comes and goes. Any idea?????? Frustrated*
It is as told over - Yamaha CLP 240 - It shoulnt be like this

Just as if someone is shaking a bag of smaller rocks when I play the note... So strange it appears on the exact same key, maby a bad shippment of pianos?! Mad
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Post by Admin Andrew Thu Apr 24, 2008 10:01 pm

thomandy wrote:I am actualle having a problem with my piano. There is a strange sound when I play the one key - C# so I got it redelivered, changed the piano. And The sam thing on my new one. It isnt there all the time, but comes and goes. Any idea?????? Frustrated*
It is as told over - Yamaha CLP 240 - It shoulnt be like this

Just as if someone is shaking a bag of smaller rocks when I play the note... So strange it appears on the exact same key, maby a bad shippment of pianos?! Mad

It could be that frequency of that specific key isn't translating well to the audio speakers and that's creating the rattling sound.

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Post by VictorCS Thu Apr 24, 2008 10:45 pm

I'm voting for Admin Andrews post, it's prolly not the key itself, but the speaker.
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Post by Thomandy Thu Apr 24, 2008 10:58 pm

Admin Andrew wrote:
thomandy wrote:I am actualle having a problem with my piano. There is a strange sound when I play the one key - C# so I got it redelivered, changed the piano. And The sam thing on my new one. It isnt there all the time, but comes and goes. Any idea?????? Frustrated*
It is as told over - Yamaha CLP 240 - It shoulnt be like this

Just as if someone is shaking a bag of smaller rocks when I play the note... So strange it appears on the exact same key, maby a bad shippment of pianos?! Mad

It could be that frequency of that specific key isn't translating well to the audio speakers and that's creating the rattling sound.

Well it is on two or three other keys aswell, but not as loud as the C# -
But since this was a problem I changed piano... And its just the same on the new one, then if what you are saying is right, this must be on all the pianos in this production, becouse I dont think Im THAT unlucky to get two pianos with the exact same foult Crying or Very sad


VictorCS wrote:I'm voting for Admin Andrews post, it's prolly not the key itself, but the speaker.

Maby so... But on two different pianos?! Wich means, two different speakersystems - Its strange, Im going to contact Instrument Forum tomorrow. This needs an exlenation Razz
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Post by VictorCS Thu Apr 24, 2008 11:12 pm

It could be the sound itself, sometimes, on my synth, I can make sounds that make weird "pops" when I play, and they usually just occur on 2-3 keys.

Have you tried different sounds? Another piano sound? ( If you can pick different sounds ).
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Post by Thomandy Thu Apr 24, 2008 11:31 pm

VictorCS wrote:It could be the sound itself, sometimes, on my synth, I can make sounds that make weird "pops" when I play, and they usually just occur on 2-3 keys.

Have you tried different sounds? Another piano sound? ( If you can pick different sounds ).

I can choose other sounds, but havnt tryed it out. But still, it isnt really like that. And still strange to occure on two different pianos. And Im not going crazy either, couse my dad also hears it very clearly Razz hehe - But I will try other sounds just to check it out. But even if its just the sound it selfe it shouldnt be like that on a new piano worth over 2000$ - 16 000 kr cyclops
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Post by Crescent Fri Apr 25, 2008 12:20 am

A few weeks ago I suddenly wanted to learn a musical instrument. Haha I think Guitar Hero made me "musically aware" if you will, cause after that I started paying attention to beats, etc.
I was first stuck on a flute or piano but then I saw a video that swayed me over to the piano. XD Some guy playing old cartoon themes and hearing TMNT! Then I searched for Mega Man 2: Wily's castle for piano and it sounded great! XD
I guess my goal is to just play songs I like. I want to play music for others...Haha I'm having problems explaining it. I want that satisfaction of knowing what I just did and feeling proud of that.

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Post by Thomandy Fri Apr 25, 2008 12:50 am

I understand exactly what you mean Smile One of my biggest "dreams" is to play some of the hard zelda songs, that is REALLY nostalgic for me. But at the moment they are to dificult, and at a to high tempo.

I know how to play Indiana Jones Razz Loved that movie when I was a child Smile hehe And Mega Man Very Happy:D Loved those games. Used to play it alot with my friends. And we acted as the nija turtles ALL the time, unfortuantl I was always Splinter when we where many Sad
Liked Leonardo and Donatello best Smile hehe Ah well...

Got a bit carried away there, walking down memory lane Razz
But, point was - Know wxactly what you mean Smile Its all about the feeling inside yourselfe, and if you can transfere that to others as well, thats just awsome Very Happy
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Post by Crescent Fri Apr 25, 2008 1:20 am

Haha I liked how you put that! Very Happy That's exactly it!
For me it was Raphael but you can't look down on Splinter, he could easily take out everyone! :p

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Post by Thomandy Fri Apr 25, 2008 1:44 am

Oh, not looking down on Splinter of course Wink Hes awsome, but then I didnt get to be my favourite, and also... Everyone had to fight me, since I "was the best fighter" hehe Very Happy
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