Today I’m happy to present the next lesson in my ongoing course, Piano Chords 108.
Class Audience: Any musician who’s struggling to memorize the individual notes to all those dang chords on piano or keyboards, and looking for a solution.
Today: Learn how to immediately call up the notes to any of the twelve minor chords on a keyboard — without having to rely on rote memory. This lesson applies to all twelve minor seventh chords as well!
Continue reading “Chords 108 – Lesson 3: The Simple Formula for All 12 Minor & Minor 7th Chords”
Today I’m happy to present the next lesson in my ongoing course, Chords 108.
Continue reading “Learn all 12 DOMINANT-7th Chords Today”
Hi everyone! I recently received a question today (on my YouTube channel), an excellent one, the topic of which is subject to debate. The question is in response to one of my videos about using add9 chords on piano. (A link to the video is included below.)
I thought I would share the thread here:
My “jazz piano bible” is a series of four books by John Mehegan, referred to collectively as the Jazz Improvisation series. Books can be an invaluable part of your training as a musician, especially in the area of jazz, since a solid understanding of classic jazz can get fairly heavy on the music theory side of things!
Continue reading “Book Review: Jazz Piano Series by John Mehegan”
The video lesson below is for keyboard players who want to “properly” use the pitch-bend wheel on their electronic synths or other keyboard. By “properly,” I mean that you can’t just randomly roll that pitch wheel around and expect your keyboard licks to make any sense (outside of cartoonish sound effects).
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The keyboards in this list are personally recommended by me. They are Yamaha keyboards, which I swear by (no affiliation there).
Continue reading “Soloing Tips: Using the Pitch-Bend Wheel on Electronic Keyboards (part one)”