Very interesting discussion from an excellent pianist about how to extract the best tone and expression from your piano.
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We finish of my Super 8 synthwave track and I’ll share plenty of tips on music production in Ableton Live, arranging, automation, mixing and mastering.
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Another video I’m working on myself, it goes from very basic concepts to quite advanced in a short time, so some great tips here for everything. Some beautiful playing and the soothing voice of the instructor make it worth the watch!
If you are curious about my music production process then this video is for you. We demonstrate the newly .launched Native Instruments SUPER 8 synthesizer by putting together a quick track in a synthwave style.
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I like Josef’s teaching style and enthusiasm and this is an interesting and very simple technique that makes simple chords sound very much richer and more interesting. He demonstrates how playing a power chord (root and fifth) in each hand is used in a number of memorable Coldplay riffs.
I’m Jack’s biggest fan (and coincidentally) we’re actually both from the same town. Despite the title which sounds a bit dull, this is an essential watch for players of all abilities.
I use this chord voicing subconsciously all the time when comping and improvising, without actually breaking it down or realizing what I was doing.
Highly recommended watching to take playing of your major chords to the next level.
This is probably the final installment in my TOP 5 and how to play them series of videos. They were an awful lot of work to make so no plans for any more unless there is popular demand!
Hope you enjoy this episode where we feature my favorite organ riffs of all time. I wonder why you don’t hear so many organ riffs in modern pop songs?