Two situations in which a digital piano would be a better choice than an acoustic one

Posted on: 2 October 2019

If you are finding it hard to decide if you should buy a digital piano or an acoustic one, and you are in one of the situations described here, it might be better to choose the former. You live in an apartment block that has very thin walls If you reside in an apartment block that has extremely thin walls (i.e. the walls are so flimsy that sound passes through them incredibly easily) and you have no intention of moving somewhere else, then a digital piano would probably be the best option for you.
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Tips for Choosing the Right DJ for Your Corporate Event

Posted on: 26 September 2018

Planning a corporate event is no easy task. Unlike other parties and events, you might not know much about the people attending, and doing your best to ensure everyone has a good time is difficult. Music plays a big part in creating the right atmosphere, and it can make or break your corporate event. To get it right with minimal hassle, you need to hire the right DJ to handle the soundtrack for you.
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Why a Digital Piano May Be Better Than an Acoustic Piano

Posted on: 1 October 2015

A digital piano is a piano that is designed to mimic an acoustic piano (a piano that produces different sounds depending on which key you press and how long you press that key). The digital piano has many advantages over its acoustic counterpart. This article discusses some of those advantages. It Has a Built-In Recorder Digital pianos (such as Kawai pianos) have a built-in recorder that is an invaluable tool to music students.
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How To Make And Use Your Own Trumpet Mute

Posted on: 3 September 2015

If you want to replicate the classic 'wah wah' sound of a great traditional jazz trumpet, you'll need to learn how to use a mute.  Here's how to make your own mute for your trumpet and how to use it.  How to make a trumpet mute Although you can buy fancy trumpet mutes from good music stores, the most popular and widely-used trumpet mute for beginners is adapted simply and cheaply from a common sink plunger.
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