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His sound seemed to be continually muffled by the damper pedal.
This is the function in later pianos of the damper pedal.
The damper pedal - this pedal is on the right.
Next he installed the damper pedal mechanism, and then the 71 dampers themselves.
Silbermann's device was different from the modern damper pedal in two respects.
The piano was a little rattly thing with a squeaky damper pedal.
For instance, since harpsichords have no damper pedals to sustain the notes, it is best if pieces keep moving.
In addition, the damper pedal now responds to half-pedalling, which is essential for the more complex piano scores.
One option is simply to lift the damper pedal periodically where necessary to avoid excessive dissonance.
They work like the damper pedal on a piano, muffling all strings but the one you are touching with the slide.
The player must pay close attention to the damper pedal to play cleanly and avoid multiple notes ringing unintentionally at the same time.
In piano scores, this instructs the player to use press damper pedal to sustain the note or chord being played.
Stein may have been the first to produce a fully functional damper pedal, in which the player can lift all the dampers from the strings.
Max. 64 polyphony is available for complex performances like fast passages using the damper pedal without unexpected instances of note drop off.
Electromagnetic Solenoid system with 32 note polyphony, and Damper Pedal.
The damper pedal raises all the dampers off the strings so that they keep vibrating after a key on the keyboard has been released.
The damper pedal has the secondary function of allowing the player to connect into a legato texture notes that otherwise could not thus be played.
It featured realistic, physically modelled grand pianos with continuous damper pedal functionality.
It included many more string courses for extended range and incorporated a damper pedal which allowed for more dynamic control.
These include bridge markers (a standard feature of modern instruments), chromatic designs, extra bridges, damper pedals, and many more.
The right pedal is called the damper pedal or sustain pedal, and acts to sustain tone.
Piano (damper pedal)
The sustain pedal (or, damper pedal) is often simply called "the pedal", since it is the most frequently used.
Musical characteristics, period keyboard instruments, Italian terms, tempo indications, the damper pedal, finger pedaling and ornamentation are all discussed.
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