Regulation and reconditioning methods and tools from off the beaten path.
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“The Uncommon, the Unusual and the Unique” is a brand-new class incorporating tools, methods and ideas gleaned from various technicians in addition to Alan’s original approaches that have been warmly received and adopted by others. Even if you have your own established ways of doing things, you may welcome the stimulation of new ideas. From techniques used in regulation and reconditioning (including action handling) to various miscellaneous items, this class will be packed with images and information which will be thought-provoking at the very least and will likely bring improved accuracy and efficiency to your piano servicing operation.
Registered Piano Technician Alan Eder has been the full-time piano tech for the Herb Alpert School of Music at the California Institute of the Arts for 38 years. He has trained with such luminaries of our field as Keith Hardesty and Richard Davenport, RPT, and with Yamaha and Steinway. In turn, Alan has trained a host of accomplished piano technicians who are enjoying successful careers as field technicians and working for music schools, piano dealers and manufacturers. Under the auspices of the Piano Technicians Guild, Alan has taught numerous classes at chapter meetings and regional and national conventions, both alone and in collaboration with others. Alan has been a featured guest on Piano Tech Radio Hour, along with pianist Danny Holt, and has been involved in the production of several piano-centric videos.
A stellar reputation in the piano industry.
“McNulty is the top quality maker in the fortepiano field. Clients include Glyndebourne Festival, Royal Academy of Music in London, Royal College of Music in London, Kristian Bezuidenhout and Alexander Skeaping, also best performers and institutions internationally.”
“I had fortepiano by Paul McNulty many years and I am very much happy with it and everyone else is. I recommended McNulty instrument to the Amsterdam Conservatory and people there were also very happy with the instrument. My fortepiano is especially wanted by many and I had rented it out many times. I think it is one of the best fortepiano copies in the world.”
Stanley Hoogland - professor of fortepiano in Amsterdam and Den Haag conservatories
Feedback from this lecture's participants.
"I felt I had a history lesson on the piano & it's formation. I now know who to contact if I ever run into one of these, so far in over 50+ years in the piano business I haven't but you never know. "
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"This was my 2nd online convention I found both to be EXCELLENT learning experiences. I am 50+ years in the business so I am definetly not a newbie, just open to new & different ideas & ways of performing certain tasks in piano work. I also had my knowledge base expanded about the differing types of wool used in making felt & the different types of buckskin/sheepskin/leather used in modern & historic piano making."
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"There were many things that I can use to make my service better and the knowledge of procedures that I already employ in my work that others have been doing too"
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