They can become severely flattened but can be remedied by a bolstering technique or replaced expensive and there will be fairly extensive regulation needed after either. Originally posted by fishhed: Thanks, maybe a few more symptoms details are helpful. It comes in sections and you have to take nearly every screw out of this keyboard to do the repair. Dont know if felt is used on electrics but understand it is an important part of acoustics and this one has a similar feel. The knuckles also called rollers of a grand action rarely make significant noise unless they have been contaminated with moisture such as from an inappropriately applied liquid or accidental spillage. Moreover, with advanced options you can assign any user-defined chord or single note to any key of the computer keyboard. I'm attaching a video so hopefully people can hear it, I'm thinking about just returning it altogether.
I ran into a similar problem last week on a vertical with a clicking noise. Since it's happening when the key is released, it's possible that the hammer cushion rail or hammer rest rail if this piano has one needs snugging up. Ruffled it up with a needle and the clicking stopped for a few days. Hello everyone, I bought my first nord piano 3 about about a month and a half ago. Do you hear a knocking noise or clicking noise when you release the keys on your Clavinova piano? My guess is that the problem could be mostly if not entirely resolved with a simple flange tightening and correction of the hammer line grand or lost motion adjustment vertical.
That is, it turned off the piercing noise I would hear when I pressed the caps lock button and apparently the number lock and scroll lock which I don't actually have on my keyboard. Many Clavinova's develop this problem after a few years, and it continues to get worse unless addressed. Mine is after the serial number too but still makes a clunky sound I can't quite hear the buzzing you're talking about but that chunky thunk is my experience too. That is why I wonder if the felt is compacted too much. Our Piano Related Classified Ads copyright 1997 - 2019 Piano World ® all rights reserved No part of this site may be reproduced without prior written permission. You can save all your buttons as a text file to your hard drive and then load this file later. Someone says it is to do with the firm leather on the rollers.
For example, C 3 is played by pressing Tab while C 3 is played by pressing 1 and D 3 is played by pressing Q and so on. You can have many playback buttons: each with its own recording. Hi, I just got a Yamaha electric with wieghted keys but they click when played the ones in the middle of the kb anyway. New models should not suffer from this, maybe you received one of the early assembled ones. Alas, my family tells me they can hear me clunking from upstairs. The second thing I'd check would be the key up-stop rail.
So I guess another solution to the clacking is to turn up the volume. If I decide to keep the piano instead of returning it, would it affect my learning experience in the long run? Secure the hammer head to the shank with white glue. Play any chords with the computer keyboard The keys from the row A,S,D and the row Z,X,C are programmed to play white key chords for rich melodies. The do it yourself way, which I have seen done - sometimes well and sometimes disastrously, is to use thin weatherstripping under the counterweights. They can make a similar noise. Each button can be renamed and configured to be triggered by any key from the computer keyboard.
On upright pianos, the cover that encloses the action is in two parts, an upper and a lower cover. Did you know Piano World has an online store, and that it's loaded with goodies pianists and music lovers want? I found that some old pianos, including the one which I am taking care of for my pianist friend have a clicking noise once you release the key. I have replaced that entire keybed twice in 14 years. Tom Well, Tom is half right, or some would say halffast. Try selecting a different rhythm. You'll need to take this to a shop and have them do the work unless you feel comfortable finding the parts and doing it yourself. I especially liked the weighted keys.
I suggest you to try the below and check if it helps. They will take it apart, order the parts, and it will feel and sound much like a new keyboard when you get it back. One of these components may be loose, causing them to come into contact. It gets a bit annoying when you play quick trills. The level of difficulty involved in making the repair depends on the type of piano and the nature of the problem.
Often times they use a rubber stop on top of a metal frame. Russell travels with his laptop and writes many of his articles on the road between gigs. The local music store here is not very helpful and for them to do it is over half the cost of a new one. Feedback is welcome We have the ambition to make it the most useful virtual piano keyboard online simulator in the world so we need to know what exactly our users expect when they play it. Daniel has a positive feedback rating of 92. Robert Russell began writing online professionally in 2010. Many of the keyboards use an action made by Fatar.
Nevertheless, the weights have probably fallen off the keys. Remove the upper section from the piano if it is not screwed on. Thank you for your prompt reply. More precisely, our online piano keyboard has seven octaves each with 12 piano keys which totals 84 piano keys but the rightmost piano key is a C8 which belongs to a still higher octave. Proceed if our interpretation is right. The felt under the keys was not continuous, and over time it got compressed to the point where one of the keys would slide between the two felt portions and hit the board underneath. Flip the top cover backward.