Dirks Piano Tuner V4 0 13 ((BETTER))
Dirks Piano Tuner V4 0 13
version 1.9.0 of dirks piano tuner was released in december 2018. a major version update is always a good time to announce new features, but the biggest update since version 1.0 was the new windows version available in august. it’s not yet clear what will be the next major update and maybe a few minor ones in the future.
the windows version of dirks piano tuner includes some settings that are not needed on a desktop. there’s no reason why the program should be limited in any way and all settings can be changed through the preferences.
the piano tuner is a tool that can tune any piano. it has a number of tuneable parameters and can tune several models of piano. in addition it can provide annotations of the most important parameters. this is the long awaited version of the tuner. the new version supports the following models of piano.
- ezra pound
- johannes brahms
This paper describes a research project designed to evaluate this technique as a method of instructing beginning piano students in music appreciation and composition. Specifically, the purpose of this research was to develop student expectations regarding the instruction of music appreciation and composition, and to investigate the influence of the teaching approach on student perceptions of the importance and feasibility of composing.
When students play to practice range bars and chord changes – every key is played. Students continue to practice and improve their technique, but do not improve their music. Learning is a gradual process and most students do not realize it happens. Learning to play the piano is also a matter of learning your own limitations. Learning through mistakes is a valuable part of piano practice, but there is also something else, that is learning piano music.
This research project is designed to determine whether the use of electronic piano-tunes will improve a student’s ability to recognise certain piano chords, and to analyse how the student will respond to the electronic pianos and their interpretation of the music piece they are to play. The aim of the project is to develop the students’ ability to recognise the chords by actually getting students to use the electronic pianos. After this project is complete, a comparison will be made between the students’ ability to recognise the chords after two months of piano practice using the electronic pianos and their ability to recognise the chords after two months of practicing with standard pianos. The duration of the project will be three years, during which the students will listen to and play the musical examples using different pianos at the beginning of each lesson for two periods of six months each. The electronic pianos and standard pianos will be evaluated in terms of various criteria, e.g. accuracy, expressive quality, ease of play, repeatability of practice performance, user-friendliness, reproduction of instrument, and so on.