What piano does Nils Frahm use?
Nils Frahm (born 20 September 1982) is a German musician, composer, and record producer based in Berlin. He is known for combining classical and electronic music and for an unconventional approach to the piano in which he mixes a grand piano, upright piano, Roland Juno-60, Rhodes piano, drum machines, and Moog Taurus.
How old is Nils Frahm?
39 years (September 20, 1982)
What genre is Nils Frahm?
What inspired Frahm?
Klaus Frahm, born 1953, studied Social Anthropology and Journalism. Since 1980 he has been working as a photographer. Taking inspiration from seminal photographers like Ed Ruscha, Walker Evans and the Bechers, this photographer documents the overlooked sides of billboards of L.A.
What reverb does Nils Frahm use?
Nils Frahm: “I bought that with my first [Fender] Rhodes, because people told me that’s what you need for this: either a Jazz Chorus or Fender Twin Reverb. I couldn’t afford the Fender so I bought the Jazz Chorus. And the Jazz Chorus is great because it’s more like a little PA in a box.
What is a felt piano?
Felt pianos are made from adding additional felt between the piano’s hammers and strings, creating a perfect, more delicate touch for soft and intimate pieces.
How do you play like Olafur Arnalds?
How to Be the Next Ólafur Arnalds
- Launch your career with an amazing, genre-jumping album.
- In related fashion, be friendly.
- Don’t toot your own horn.
- Be creative.
- Say yes to small projects.
- Don’t forget where you came from.
- Remember your fans!
How do you make a piano sound different?
Harder, drier felt will produce a brighter sound, while thicker, softer felt will create a more mellow tone. Felt can also absorb moisture, which will produce a more mellow tone. This same phenomena also often leads to an unevenness in piano tone note-to-note as some notes are played more frequently than others.