Choosing a Digital Piano
All digital pianos have a MIDI interface, thanks to which you can connect the instrument to a computer, which opens up unlimited possibilities for creating music. As a rule, in…

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Cello history
Cello (Italian violoncello, abbreviated. Cello, German Violoncello, French violoncelle, English cello) - stringed string instrument of the bass and tenor register, known from the first half of the XVI century…

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The mysteries of a beautiful voice
Today I would like to touch upon a question related to the timbre, beauty and harmony of our voice. It is often said that a woman loves with her ears,…

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About the flute

Block flute, recorder (longitudinal flute) – a wind instrument, usually made of wood or plastic. It has very little in common with the usual, i.e. transverse flute. The flute is held longitudinally by blowing air into the hole located at the end of the tube. Near this hole, like a device of a whistle, there is an outlet with a face dissecting the air. On the tube itself there are holes closed by fingers to extract various tones. The recorder in “serious” music is not widely distributed, it is mainly used in folk music, and for teaching children.

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Choosing a Digital Piano

All digital pianos have a MIDI interface, thanks to which you can connect the instrument to a computer, which opens up unlimited possibilities for creating music. As a rule, in addition to the piano sounds themselves, most digital instruments have a variety of electric piano sounds (Rhodes, Wurlitzer, Clavinet, harpsichord, champagne, etc.) and the sound of a vibraphone. Samples of organs and stringed instruments are added to the preset a little less often. Also, many models are equipped with more or less powerful sequencers that can record your performance and play ready-made songs. Some digital pianos have such a wide variety of patches and a developed sequencer that in fact they are real workstations. Currently, digital pianos are produced by more than a dozen companies, and each offers from one to twenty models. Naturally, it is difficult for an inexperienced person to understand such a variety, and our task will be to find the best option, both in terms of its capabilities and price. Continue reading

About the piano

Piano mechanics. The sound in the piano is extracted by hammering the strings. With the help of pegs, the strings are pulled onto the resonant deck (in the piano, the deck is in the vertical position, in the pianos – in the horizontal).

For each sound there is a chorus of strings: three for the middle and high ranges, two or one for the lower. Most pianos range from 86 semitones from a subcontract to a octave to 5 octaves (older instruments may be limited to a note of 4 octaves above; you can even find instruments with a wider range).

In the neutral position, the strings, in addition to the last one and a half to two octaves, are in contact with the dampers. When you press the keys, a device of levers, straps and hammers is called a piano mechanic. After pressing, the damper is separated from the corresponding choir of strings so that the string can sound freely, and a hammer studded with a fillet (felt) hits it. Continue reading

Sound experiments
Electronic music owes its birth precisely to experiments with sound. Experiments with sound, or rather with sound vibrations, were essentially closer to science than to music. But it was precisely…

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About noise and distortion measurements
Probably, it will not be a great exaggeration to say that the main parameters that we pay attention to when choosing equipment are noise and distortion levels. Why? Perhaps -…

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Revitalizing MIDI Drums
Many may rightly claim that the great advantage of sampled, electronic drums is that they don’t force you to use ‘realistic’ rhythmic patterns or drum sounds. Most dance music, for…

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About reverb
In recent years, technologies in the field of creating spatio-temporal effects have improved significantly, and we can talk about significant progress in this area. We owe this progress to scientific…

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