purchase generic tramadol 100mg online with prescription want to buy tramadol in the uk online cheap soma 500mg in florida order phentermine in bangkok buy generic Sibutramine valium pills ativan prescription class

Archive for the tag: basic

How to start playing piano or keyboard // Complete beginner tutorial – basic technique and exercises

Piano for beginners No Comments »

This video covers BASIC TECHNIQUE // 5 NOTE FINGER WORK // SIMPLE WHITE KEY IMPROV // STARTING TO PLAY CHORDS // BLACK KEY IMPROV – Timestamps BELOW ⏰ 👇

0:00 Introduction
1:15 Keyboard Layout
3:15 Important Basic Technique
5:38 5 Note finger work and Improv
15:41 Starting to play chords
26:15 Black Key Improv

A lot of people want to but don’t know how to start playing piano/keyboard. This video is a tutorial on how to play piano for beginners covering some BASIC TECHNIQUE, how to GET YOUR FINGERS MOVING, PLAYING CHORDS some simple IMPROV to loosen up and use your ears, plus starting off . I think that learning by doing is a great first step into music

// WATCH NEXT

4 Reasons you need to learn scales! https://youtu.be/n-Mj1rnOZrM

Start you first C major scale https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL95TTZURe5UsPaBtf7gqju4KnvGLdS_go

‘Fun Beginner piano exercises that SOUND GOOD’ https://youtu.be/-UGfh2lTiUU

Naming the White notes https://youtu.be/-WpnZ-NghAQ

Naming the black notes https://youtu.be/FqIqB9Q5Aeg

In depth beginner’s guide on what to learn

// MY BACKGROUND MUSIC AND SOUND FX –
EPIDEMIC SOUND 30 FREE TRIAL
https://www.epidemicsound.com/referral/2ql1cq/

// A HANDY BEGINNER’S METHOD BOOK AND INTRODUCTION TO READING
Alfred’s Basic Adult Piano Course
US https://amzn.to/3c3eyIz
UK https://amzn.to/3a1IfZm

// FOLLOW ME ON INSTAGRAM FOR QUICK TIPS AND TRICKS
https://www.instagram.com/pianofromscratch/

// PDF WORKSHEETS from piano from scratch website

NAMING THE NOTES ON PIANO https://bit.ly/3pYgDNV

ALL 12 MAJOR SCALES (W/FINGER NUMBERS)
https://bit.ly/3nRiHp4

INTERVALS
https://bit.ly/2UWaVxO

// MY GEAR

My Camera UK https://amzn.to/379qEgz
US https://amzn.to/31Ch4li
LED LIGHT UK https://amzn.to/2H0OeBz
US https://amzn.to/2S8sBFG
SMALL LIGHT UK https://amzn.to/376SYA9
US https://amzn.to/3bhtKCm

PEDAL UK https://amzn.to/31AyiPF
US https://amzn.to/2H1WEsg
2ND PEDAL UK https://amzn.to/2OyLsr5
US https://amzn.to/2tAdRpw
2 TIER STAND UK https://amzn.to/2OBmQy6
US https://amzn.to/2S90yG1
SINGLE STAND UK https://amzn.to/3bnjwQL

SHEET MUSIC STAND UK https://amzn.to/3aVgNxD

PIANO STOOL UK https://amzn.to/2vhDnjL
US https://amzn.to/39eclbZ
AUDIO I/FACE UK https://amzn.to/3bhpWRA
US https://amzn.to/2UAzsJy
SPEAKERS UK https://amzn.to/2Uv3yyh

MY KEYBOARD (Mine’s older, this is the newer model)
US https://amzn.to/3bnQJvt

AFFILIATE DISCLAIMER – These are affiliate links, meaning that I may earn a small commission from any qualifying purchases

Thanks For Watching!!
Video Rating: / 5

Note: I was already a musician when I started the piano, I have been playing guitar since the age of 8 and electronic music since the age of 15.
For those who discover me with this video, my progress can seem very fast but they are logical in regards of my journey. I spent thousands of hours composing music, listening to it, and I already had a sense of rhythm and harmony because of it. The piano is very visual, so progress quickly arrived, especially since I spent a lot of time there (it was my number 1 priority during this year !)
I invite people who discover me with this video to go see what I have been doing for several years on my youtube channel and my soundcloud, to better understand my journey.

Good viewing 🙂

-Timestamps-
1. Liquid – Sweet Harmony 0:21
2. Derrick May – Strings of life 0:27
3. Stevie Wonder – Isn’t she’s lovely 0:31
4. Gypsy Woman – She’s Homeless 0:46
5. Daft Punk – Within 1:05
6. Jazz Jam 1 2:10
7. Golberg Variations – Bach – Aria 1st part 2:23
8. Jazz Jam 2 3:04
9. Jazz Jam 3 3:16
10. Turkish March – Mozart 3:42
11. Lullaby of Birdland (Don Shirley’s style) 4:07
12. Golberg Variations – Bach – Aria 2nd part 4:38
13. Autumn Leaves 5:24

Starting playing the piano changed my life. After classes, I went home and instead of watching Netflix I chose to practice the piano, and somehow it helped me to get more energy, feeling productive and focus. I believe that what we learn always helps us in other areas of life.

I started by practicing famous loops from classic house music, because I listen to a lot of it, and I wanted to play it in live situation with my drumbox. I am also really interested in jazz and classic music too, and after practicing those simple loops I decided to get to more complex songs by playing them.

I got into music theory, just enough to understand what I play (especially in jazz music), why it sounds like this and how I can shape my own voicings.

Here is some cools youtube channel to learn piano jazz:
Piano Pig: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-obvt6Gn0Eef9vKxwcg_pg
Piano en ligne (french): https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC2fJkVzZK1WTy4JxwFzKSjQ?view_as=subscriber

I also highly recommand you to watch “Green Book” and “Whiplash”, two of my favorite movies about Jazz Music.

Piano used:
Juno DS 61- Roland

Basic Keyboard Lessons in Tamil | Class 1 | Tamil keyboard Tutorial

Piano for beginners No Comments »

other classes

Class 2 : https://youtu.be/BOehz1d1sPM
Class 3 : https://youtu.be/P1aQf0_1gJg
Class 4 : https://youtu.be/Wg4teYsDUy4
Class 5 : https://youtu.be/5Vg_UjgHkr4
Class 6 : https://youtu.be/fvkWzxz2FpE

All the basic piano chords in one epic tutorial

Piano Learning No Comments »

Check out my book: http://www.billspianopages.com/how-to-really

EDIT: one chord I missed out was the minor ninth (-m9). After watching the tutorial you can probably work it out pretty easily: it’s the -m7 with an added major third.

Several people have asked me to make a tutorial revisiting all the basic piano chords – so here it is! There’s a little bit of theory, covering how piano chords are constructed, and how you can voice and invert them on the keyboard.

Most chords are built of thirds, and once you’ve figured out how to make major and minor thirds, and understood a couple of other basic intervals, it’s pretty easy to work out all the chords you need, even if you’re a relative beginner on the instrument.

As always, the secret to really mastering this stuff is to spend time sitting at the piano practising the techniques I talk about. One thing you could do is dig out a song book that has a vocal line with the chords written in. Practise reading the chords, and soon you won’t need the written piano part 🙂

Here are those timestamp links, by the way (hat tip, Ollie!)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C1i-cFx7__M&t=6m0s – Basic major and minor

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C1i-cFx7__M&t=7m30s – Dominant seventh (chords ending -7, e.g. G7, Eb7)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C1i-cFx7__M&t=8m30s – Minor seventh (chords ending -m7)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C1i-cFx7__M&t=9m05s – Major seventh (-maj7)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C1i-cFx7__M&t=9m45s – Sixth (-6 or -m6)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C1i-cFx7__M&t=11m50s – Ninth (-9) – NB, I don’t mention this in the tutorial but the minor ninth (-m9) is the -m7 with an added major third.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C1i-cFx7__M&t=12m29s – Major ninth (-maj9)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C1i-cFx7__M&t=13m16s – Added ninth (-add9)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C1i-cFx7__M&t=14m25s – Suspended fourth (-sus or -sus4)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C1i-cFx7__M&t=15m48s – Diminished and diminished seventh (-dim or -°; -dim7 or -°7)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C1i-cFx7__M&t=17m43s -Augmented (-aug or -+)
Video Rating: / 5

There’s more on chords in my book: http://www.billspianopages.com/how-to-really

Learning piano chords and chord progressions can seem pretty daunting, but you can get a long way on the instrument by knowing just a few. In fact, you can play hundreds of songs if you learn just four easy piano chords.

In this tutorial I’m going to assume you’re a beginner and that, while you know the basic notes on the piano keyboard, you know little or nothing about chords, harmony and improvisation. I’ll teach you four chords and a simple progression in the key of C that you can adapt to help you play very many different songs. You can also use this easy tutorial to start learning some bits and pieces of piano improvisation, and as an intro to some of the other piano tutorials on my channel.

The chords I look at are C, F, G and A minor. The first thing I explain is the importance of being able to play these chords in many different voicings and inversions – the piano offers hundreds of different ways of playing simple chords, and it’s important that you really get comfortable with find chord shapes quickly on the keyboard.

From there we take a simple chord progression and begin to play it to time, starting with just single chords and moving on to slightly more complex, but easy piano comps. We also look at ways that you can start improvising on the chords to create more interesting effects, and also mention playing in different keys and learning how to pick out melody at the keyboard.

A really important point that I make several times is that you have to practise this pretty hard – learning piano isn’t easy, and it’s really crucial that you give your brain time to adjust to the complex stuff you’re asking it to do. However, with a few hours or days of practice it shouldn’t take long for you to get pretty reasonable at playing chords on the piano. It’s all about determination and sticking to it!

If you’ve enjoyed this tutorial you might also like my book, How To Really Play The Piano – there’s a link at the top of this description.
Video Rating: / 5


Sitemap