Archive | January, 2013

Elton John plays your piano at home!

To Celebrate Yamaha’s 125th Birthday, Sir Elton John will be playing a concert for Yamaha and anyone who has a a Disklavier piano will be able to see their piano join in the action. As the piano connects to the internet, owners will be able to see their pianos perform live, with keys and pedals […]

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Kent International Keyboard and Piano Fair 2013

The Holiday Inn   The Black Prince Bexley Kent DA5 1ND Just off Junction 2 (M25) then A2 Saturday 9th & Sunday 10th February 10am—5pm both days FREE ADMISSION – FREE PARKING – FREE PRIZE DRAW The now famous Kent International Piano & Keyboard Fair in Bexley Kent is now celebrating 12 successful years. This free […]

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Musikmesse Frankfurt 2013.

The dates are set for the Musikmesse 2013 in Frankfurt. This fantastic exhibition will take place on 10-13th April 2013 and as usual will have all of the biggest and brightest names in the music industry. We will be at the Messe this year reporting from the show and bringing you the latest product news. […]

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No OKEY festival for 2013.

OKEY the German organ and keyboard festival has been held in Herdecke for many years now and it is sad that we announce that there is going to be no festival for 2013. Voted as one of the best and most popular festivals, the team behind it have decided to take a year out, have […]

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Cinematic Strings Review

Every once in a while a new VST appears that gets you excited, and Cinematic Strings is one of those VST’s. For a long time we have looked for an easy to use, out of the box solution for orchestral string sounds. Having used VST’s such as East West and others, although the sounds are […]

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Logic Pro X?

It’s been a while now since Logic 9 was released and not unusual for Apple to take a while between versions, but rumour has it that Apple has let go all of its development team in Europe.  Rumours of apple’s decision to abandon Logic 10 are rife on the web. Apple’s Pro Audio application team […]

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Expanding your sound canvas with VST’s

With more and more incredible VST software instruments on the market, using a computer as a sound source is becoming more and more popular with keyboard musicians. You can buy a top of the range keyboard for around £2500 which will give you a limited sound source, but with computer VST’s such as Nexus and […]

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