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BARGAINS MIDITOOLS 2007
My Grand Piano RÖNISCH, originally built in Leipzig (about 1893), is MIDIFIED 1990-91 supporting the GULBRANSEN keynote-scanner to compose pianoscores digitally and in realtime. Last Summer, the belgian expert Paul Mercelis (http://www.pianoweb.be/restauraties.html) refinished the soundboard, renewed the pins and strings, and adjusted the keyboard mechanism.
Antique Grand Piano Rönisch restoration 2006 < click here for new pictures / details.
For more compositional information look at the Insane Hollow of the P-ART Composing.`
For Grand Piano tips : > TIPS/KOOPMAN/KOOPMAN.htm
I love to improvize on this extraordinary sounding white spinet (handmade by Walter Maene, Belgium, 2005). I love to sculpture new worlds of timbres and overtones on the spinet. Click and look at P-ART Journal #77 Additionally, a contactmicrophone connected with the KaossPad (effectprocessor), transduces my spinet into a new "prepared" spinet.
This beautifully sounding violoncello of Daniel Van Acker was mine for a few months in the eighties. Daniel has loaned this german copy of J. Guarnerius to me before selling them to a professional cellist of the Belgian National Symphonic Orchestra.
Only a few experimental tapes are left. In those days I recorded my experimental samples and cello landscapes with my REVOX recorder. Look at the > the 5th chapter.
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