I have access to a digital piano (Kawai CN24) and wouldn't mind learning to play a few songs. I do not want to learn to read music. Memorization/repetition of a few easy to moderate songs is the goal. What digital or electrical tools are there that might help me accomplish this. Ideally, I'm thinking android or windows tablet applications or maybe a cheaper piece of musical hardware that somehow integrates with the hardware/MIDI outs/ins on the piano in question. [more inside]
What software for the Mac will let me import midi files and produce a full piano score for the song? [more inside]
hey everyone. A while back I took my Roland Keyboard into the shop and was told there was cat hair between and or under the keys. The man fixed the keys and told me to protect the keyboard from this. And I did, for a while. I know this makes me sound like an idiot, but as time went on, I completely ignored the man's advice, and now it's happened again. I do not want to take the keyboard in to be fixed (at least not by the same guy) and was wondering if there was a way I could clean it from home. If anyone is aware what kind of tools i might need, I would appreciate it. I am not going to let this happen again it if I can fix it. If anyone can help, it would be awesome!
Looking for an affordable keyboard for live performance with GREAT piano, elecric piano and organ samples. [more inside]
What keyboard should I buy? Criteria inside. [more inside]
What's the best value second hand electric piano I can get? My requirements are full sized weighted velicity sensitive keyboard, and midi in/out cables. Maximum budget is AUD400 (USD 325, GBP 200, EUR 230). The Yamaha DGX-300 looks good apart from the floppy disk midi interface. Are there any other options about the same price/quality?
I'm after interactive piano tutor software for OS X (Tiger, 10.4.11). [more inside]
Trouble with sound module - I just want to play piano! [more inside]
MIDI-playback on a Yamaha Digital Piano: How do I get downloaded midi files to sound good? [more inside]
I'm looking for a collection of sound files representing each note of the piano (at least 88). [more inside]