Thanks to everyone who submitted! Fun one!!
Testing out my iRig 2 audio interface from IK Multimedia with my Korg SV-1 on an organ sound. The microphone is a VPS-80 from American Audio. All three can be viewed and purchased here and the tune is Nat Adderly's Work Song.
A little device to get you thinking outside the box when you are improvising on a blues. Whether you are a player or a singer, get this in your ears and use it to launch you outside and then very stealthily work your way back in.
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Do you ever wonder if you should write an F# or a Gb? Well, let's take care of that RIGHT NOW. Hang out with me and let's talk about how to spell scales and chords. There might not be a more fun way to spend 20 minutes.
I have loved this ever since I heard it on Eric Clapton's Unplugged album. This is a bluesy, folk-roots style of piano playing I am working on, trying to imitate the guitar picking styles of old masters like Merle Travis.
Make Friends And Get Dates By Playing Rock Piano! Part two of my How To Play Rock Piano series.
Live video: Re-harmonizing the Beatles: Nowhere Man
This is a little demonstration video, using "There Is No Greater Love" (Isham Jones/Marty Symes) to launch us into my next video with nearly the same title, when we will analyze and break down what I have done and talk about how to apply these techniques to your own playing. Congrats to Katie Ward who transcribed two choruses and sent it to me! Three pages PDF is now available! She is getting a free Skype lesson with me. Katie Ward you are really cool! Thank you!
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