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If you play the keys then this is the group for you. Share tips and tricks here!
Latest Activity: Aug 11, 2019
Started by EE. Last reply by Allan Midgley Apr 6, 2015.
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So what is everyone using these days? I've been on a Korg Kronos X the last 3 years or so and love it! The piano sounds are incredible! The two minute boot time when I power it up sucks, but I can deal with that. :)
I've been a Roland RD 700 series guy for the past 10 years...Personally it's the best stage piano for leading worship with. Just tried out the new RD800 and it too was amazing. The weighted keys and true hammer action feel out does everything out there on the market. Plus it's the only stage piano I know that allows you to add up to 3 additional sound layers in real time.
Just like to ask, where are people heading these days with their keyboards? Are you getting Korg Kronos's or still with Motifs or Rolands stage, or maybe Nord Lead and a a Roland Vr-09? What are you into?
Wanted - keyboard player (and bass player) to join music team at an Ecumenical Christian Healing Outreach event in Guildford (UK) on 24&25 May from 10:00-17:00 each day.Music is a mix of modern praise and worship songs and quiet acoustic-style songs during prayer time. Players must be of good standard, able to learn fast and adapt to the flow of the event which will include, praise, testimony and scripture.Most songs well-known so an experienced worship musician should be able to join the team with little rehearsal time, although this can be arranged.Unpaid, but this is a hugely enjoyable event for the music team, greatly appreciated by the Ministry, so likely to appeal to local Christian musicians willing to serve the Lord.If interested in finding out more, please contact me: Richard Hughesrichardhughes59@hotmail.com
Dave, Prayer and a trained German Shephard chained to it. Nice keyboard though. To be honest, if you are that worried, you might need to pay for separate insurance for the keyboard, which woll work out to about $250 pa or so depending on who is the insurer and where you are.
Need security help - our church just bought a Roland RD700NX and we need to bolt it all together and bolt to the ground - or something like that.
Any ideas on how to make this thing burgler proof? How have you done it at your church?
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There's a couple active yahoo groups that could be helpful to you to start out. This one's my fave: http://launch.groups.yahoo.com/group/piano-teachers/
Experience, educational background, and regional location (i.e., what the cost-of-living is relatively) will determine your market value more than we could figure out here. I'd ask around for what other teachers are charging, what the university pedagogy schools are charging, etc. For me, once I graduated from university I charged a bit more than what I earned as a student teacher teaching in the pedagogy schools. I now have 10 yrs. of experience after my degree (and 8 before), so 18 yrs. of teaching experience plus a degree make me one of the higher-costing teachers around. However, I live in a relatively low COL area, so I'm priced appropriately for that. :)
Teaching lessons can be really enjoyable, and a family-friendly way to earn some extra income. Although I have a degree in piano pedagogy I've learned more from networking with other teachers online and in real life that I ever did in my pedagogy classes at college, so I'd highly, highly recommend connecting with some teachers in your area, either through one of the professional groups or individually, and to join the above yahoo group.
Best of luck!
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