Transcribing GREAT solos, analyzing them and learning to apply key elements into your own soloing is the best way I know to improve your improvisational skills. I'd like to show you what I worked on with my student, Lucy in our last lesson and challenge you to transcribe, analyze, and GROW.
Thank you to everyone who submitted a re-harm video for “Crazy!” There were so many great ones! Show some love in the comment section!
Recorded using Earthworks SV33 Korg SV-1 Keyboard
Using major triads as upper extensions and "planing" can give your piano playing a wonderful new sound! Let's talk about how to do it and ways to use it!
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If you've watched my first video about finger picking style, as applied to the piano, this is the next stop on your journey. Now you can take that principle and apply it to countless songs. Link to the worksheet in the first video: Fingerstyle Guitar For Piano Tutorial
The first cover I posted, two years ago had terrible audio, so I wanted to give it another shot. It's a fun tune to play and I hope you have fun listening.
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