As part of a community arts programme called the Sarasota Keys Piano Project, pianos have been placed around the city for anyone to play on, and Gould apparently enjoys performing.
So, what do you actually use on FL Studio, or what would you use for a nice piano song that would actually be of a quality as good as when I play on a real piano, rather than this not-so-nice sound I make with CHANGPIANOHARD lol. FL Studio comes with it's own preset piano VST called 'FL Keys' so searching for FL Studio Piano will obviously bring you the Piano Roll information. Personally, I'm recording a lot of my own piano recently so I suggest getting a mic and recording something, given that you have a piano, if you don't, skip the step.
There are a lot of soundfonts in the market these days, so by simply typing in Piano Soundfont in google, you'll get at least a 1,000 results and it's not worth skimming through all of them. Then there are VSTs, which would not be my first choice if you're using piano, beacause the ones I tried eat your CPU, despite the decent enough quality.
Nexus 2 for Electronic Pianos, it costs a pretty penny but it's worth it, I've tried it and I can say it has the best Pianos and Pads I have heard, period. Finally, Quantum Leap Pianos, the most beautiful, life-like (they're recorded, duh :P) and inspiring Pianos I've ever heard, If I had some extra money, I'd buy these, beyond the best quality you can imagine, and I'm not exaggerating. FL Keys is great when you need a nondescript and cpu-economical piano in a massive production.
4Front TruePiano is much cheaper and you have more options for tunning piano than QL Piano. What the deal with that rest note with the 2 dots on top of those 2 notes how does that effect them? On the end there is a whole note yet there's a half (correct me if I'm wrong cause wiki says its a eighth note but it seems to not sound right) why is that there? Thank you everyone for posting on my last post but I think I should have put the piece I wanted before asking questions.
There can be up to 7 sharps (or flats, which look like a flattened, lower-case 'b') in the key signature, and they always appear in the same order: sharps are FCGDAEB.
This is different from a tie, which connects two or more of the same note written in series, simply by extending the rhythmic duration.
The double-dotted half rest (which has a duration of three and a half beats) at the top of bar 2 is kind of a weird editorial decision, but it indicates a second voice, so that the rhythmic durations in that bar do not collide.
The 2 hash signs at the beginning of each line is the key signature, and is dictating that these will sharp (raise by a half step) all notes on those lines (F and C raised to F# and C#).
The eighth note at the beginning is a note that is just applied before the first measure as a pre-addition (prelude) before the first measure starts. As indicated in previous point, the first note has duration only one eighth, but the bow above means that all the notes under the bow will hang together (not separating them with a noticeable attack). The double-dotted half measure is to fill the void before the eight note preluding the next measure. Note: With all the explanations in mind, you will see that the first 2 measures are basically equal to the next 2 measures.


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I'd be more looking for a piano sounds generator where I can compose a piano-only music and have the ability to easily play around with options until it sounds as I wish. Now despite you and a couple of other newcomers think FL Keys is good quality it isn't, so I suggest checking out some VSTs, Soundfonts and stuff like that. What I've found handy is the SGM V2.01, not only does it have 3 types of piano, 3 types of electric pianos and all that, it has much more instruments, such as a Music Box, Square Wave and Clavinet, and with some good mxiing, it will make you ana amazing song, go search for some tutorials or PM me if you need some help with song structure, mixing and all that. For now I just needed something actually reasonably good, so I'm not looking for the most perfect sounds, especially since I probably couldn't even hear the difference with my 15-years old speakers or even my Apple headphones.
One of them, after a lot of EQing, was used in this song (heck I could even send you the mixer preset file used on it). In this case, all F's and C's are sharped unless they have an accidental (sharp, flat, or natural) next to them. The first dot tells you to add half of the length of the rest to the rest.The second dot tells you to add half of the half to the rest (a quarter). Because a beat in this piece is a crotchet, half of a beat would be a quaver and that is where you get the quaver F#. It indicates that those notes form a phrase, and should be played so that they are connected together.
This is being done to connect the chord on beat 4 of bar 1 so that its duration extends through bar 2. The eighth-note (or half-beat) pickup note at the very beginning is called the "pickup to bar 1"). It's a bit counter-intuitive when you get into other time signatures, but that's just the way it is. It would be impossible to sing it as written - you can't rest and sing simultaneously ! Imagine an F note (on piano) as the white one to the left of 3 blacks - this F gets sharpened and is now played as the left one of the 3 blacks. That line is a phrase line - if you were to sing the tune, you would not take a breath till you got to the end of that curved line - it's somewhat like a comma in writing.
It's supposed to mean do nothing till you play the next note (another F# !!), but since there are other things going on, and the music isn't split into SATB, it's a waste.


This could be written by a double-dotted half pause first to give a full measure, but how you see here is more common when it's just a sort of quick prelude into the first full measure.
You see that there is an extra bow on the last quarter note in the measure that ties over to the whole note in the next measure, which means that this is basically the same note that should be played as one without separation. The copyright in the literary and artistic works contained in this online news publication and its other related and connected websites, belongs exclusively to Ole! There are two lists of single piano notes in the browser (CHANGPIANOHARD and another) but they sound like it's been recorded live, and I can barely change the frequency of these notes to play another note.. Now the error: on a piano, legato has nothing to do with pressing gently and softening the attack.
You do not need to sustain every note you play until the end of the slur; it simply indicates a melodic line.
If there was no rest there, then the whole-note chord would have to be an eighth-note shorter to make room for the F# eighth-note pickup to bar 3. This is notated as a separate voice ,which means that the first part of the measure, the voice that belongs to the eight note needs a double-dottet half rest to fill the first part of the measure.
This way of doing it normally indicates a separate voice, but is here done to indicate that the eight should be played before the two whole notes end because they should last throughout the entire measure.
This means that the first dot will add the duration of half of the half pause (which is a quarter). Think of it as taking a half of a beat from the last measure and tagging it in front of the first measure. Every now and then it reads ff at the beginning of a giant slur, and Beethoven (for example) has the habit of placing sfs under slurs. The way it's written, that bar has a bottom voice that plays the F#-A chord for four beats, and a top voice that rests until playing in the last eighth-note in the bar. So, assuming we're still talking about bar 2 or 4, the double-dotted half rest above the whole note indicates that there is a second voice above the whole note, thus none of the rhythm of that voice will conflict with the whole-note chord below it. The reproduction of any content or material contained in this online news publication is expressly reserved to the publisher, Ole! Do note, however, that some editors would have considered that to be obvious, and left out the double-dotted half rest.
Reliance on the information contained in the online news publications and other related content published on this website is done at your own risk and subject to our "terms and conditions". The last 0.5 beat is the eighth note at the end to add up to the full 4 beats in the measure.



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