Many electronic keyboard stands do not come with a music rest for lead sheets or books. This article explains the steps to solve that problem and create a useful music stand for a digital keyboard stand. A skilled builder could modify this for another keyboard stand or even as a free-standing unit.
Learning to play any keyboard requires patience, practice, and a little knowledge of music theory basics. Here you will find free practice sheets with annotations and figured bass to help you learn the inversions in all major black and white keys. Also, alternative spellings for flat and sharp keys.
The RD-88 is delivered with hundreds of sounds. The ability to select Tones in order to create or modify Scenes is not intuitive. Delivered documentation is correct, but not complete, in my opinion. I will show you how to toggle between Banks and Categories in order to choose Tones.
This article presents information about features of the RD-88 with examples and analogies to clarify the meanings and distinctions of the many aspects available to the keyboard artist. We look at the way these different functions work together to create your unique sounds.
Northwest Arkansas is an easy road trip for couples or families. Stay near a lake, have a float trip on a river, or hunt for ghosts. This Ozark Mountain region is worth a visit. Dogwoods and redbuds bloom in the spring, while maples and sweet gums flame in the fall. Here are some offbeat sights.
We often need to shorten purchased curtains, clothing hems, sleeves, and possibly a tablecloth. We may also want to keep the original hem because of certain decoration, stitching, or function (as in a cuff). Learn how to keep the original hem intact when you shorten or hem a purchased item.
Springfield, MO, is home for many nationwide entities—Bass Pro Shops, O'Reilly Automotive, Assembly of God Headquarters—and is proudly called the Birthplace of Route 66. Discover the location of the painted shields along this historic highway along with Pops, Cadillac Ranch, and other stops.
Do you like to see your makeup (or any items) all at once? Do you dislike digging through a traditional upright cosmetic bag for that little eye pencil? If so, this is for you. Learn how to make your own bag that will lay flat until you close it with the drawstring. An easy and forgiving project.
Make useful, soft covers with pockets for a poolside chair, an outdoor lounger, or a beach chaise using beach towels or bath towels. These covers won't blow off! The size and number of towels required will depend on the end product you need. I am making two lounge chair covers with pockets.
Make a mask to pull on without ties or elastic. This mask has a split head strap based on scuba masks along with a wire in the top for a snug fit. Learn how to retro fit an existing mask to put a wire at the nose. See component options in case you have trouble getting the items you really want.
Do you have a sentimental sweater you no longer wear? Maybe it's a gift from Valentines Day, Halloween, Christmas, or any other special occasion. Take it out of storage and make it into a pillow that you can use in the appropriate season.
Do you have a favorite top or dress and you wish you had another? Learn how to copy an existing garment and sew a new one just like it.
You can sew a hair turban from a bath towel, two hand towels, terry fabric, or a stretchy micro-fabric. It packs easily for travel for accommodations that only provide one bath towel per person.
Whether you want to keep hair strands out of your dive mask, protect your hair from tangles, or limit the water that gets in your hair, a scuba hood is easy to make. This can be an alternative to a traditional swimming cap, too.
Going beyond the idea of "tuning your piano once a year", here are tips to learn. As a complex process, you will want to research technicians to find a competent and experienced professional. Read on for the many steps to be accomplished and an overview of pianos to help guide you in a purchase.
Here are several scissors, snippers, and shears, along with when and why to use them with a focus on grooming.
We all cut something. We cut fabric, thread, food products, plants, paper, and lots of other things. For the best results of the task at hand, it helps to use the best tool. Here are several scissors, snippers, and shears, along with when and why to use them.
Do you have silver jewelry that tarnishes? Would you like to keep it shiny after you polish it? It's easy to transform a container of your choice into a protective case. This is an easy project that can be completed in a short amount of time, even without a sewing machine.
Do you have a sentimental but tattered quilt? Is there enough of the interior that can be salvaged? My Grandma made this Dresden Plate Quilt decades ago. The edges were frayed, and the perimeter blocks were torn. I decided to cut it down, finish the edges using my serger, and have a cozy, new quilt.
Create a log cabin square that can be used for either a finished pillow or a block for a quilt of any size. This is a versatile project you can make again and again.
Does your family gather every year for an event? Does your neighborhood hold a BBQ each summer? If food is involved, consider making an apron for everyone (or a special few) to remember these times. This is an easy project for a beginner because exact measurements are not essential.
Do you have a sweatshirt that's just too large? Do you also have a sweatshirt (or other knit shirt) that fits well? I'll show you how to improve the larger one and make it something you'll want to wear.
If you've been storing favorite t-shirts - likely never to be worn again - create a snuggly quilt that will be used often and bring back fond memories of times gone by. This one is for our son who now lives in Berlin.
Learn how to make small quilts out of well-loved sweatshirts or fleece using a sewing machine or serger. These directions comply with the requirements designated by Operation Quiet Comfort.