Quick Piano Link 11-06-2007

Artist Shannon Goff made a piano using cardboard. Nicely done! Esta wrote about the four most important piano scales in learning to play: major scales, natural minor scales, melodic minor scales, harmonic minor scale. Rob Trucks shared his experience with Hiromi, the Japanese 28-years-old pretty pianist. (pretty?) Another 5-year-old piano prodigy. Watch the video here.…

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Music is all about Hearing

Music is all about hearing. Should I keep on writing? About music? Technorati Tags: music, hearing, writing

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How Important is Melody?

A song without melody is a poem. A melody without lyrics, however, is still a song!

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How to Transcribe, and the Benefits of Doing it (Part 2)

After choosing the appropriate song to transcribe, its time to get down to work. Here are some tips and tricks I can share with you guys. Tools are very important in this process. I personally use the Transcribe!7.40 software that I mentioned in an earlier post. So some of the points I will be talking…

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[youtube:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OS4VfnB2z1s] ???? ?:HUHLI ????? 2007 V1 ?????? ????? ????????? ?? ?????? ??????? V2 ?????? ????? ????????? ?? ?????? ??????? ???? CHORUS ??????? ???? ????? ????? ??????? ????(????) ????? ????? V3 ?????? ????? ????????? ?? ?????? ??????? ???? Technorati Tags: piano, original song, composition

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How to Transcribe, and the Benefits of Doing it (Part 1)

Transcribing has already been proven as one of the most important process of music learning, not just in jazz but in any other music. It enables you to learn the secrets and all those killer chops the musician you admire is doing in any particular part of a song. It is also a good training…

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Some Quick Links on Piano

Here some quick links to other interesting articles I read about piano this week: Piano Covers Online Ltd wrote about the pianist dilemma. In fact, piano is an instrument which is always out of tune. After you bang it for a few hours, there is a difference from a newly tuned piano. That’s why you…

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Songwriting: Where do you begin?

Get your perfect environment for songwriting? Now the next question arise: where do I begin? I am going to show you how I begin writing a song. I am sure that you will have some other place to begin with, do tell me about it. Here is how I begin: 1.       Sing a “hook” melody…

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Easy Tweaks for Better Music PC Performance

I use my PC for music production. Most musicians use PC as their main “instrument”. It has to do recording, sequencing, running the Windows OS, hosting virtual instrument, streaming audio through the soundcard, and probably connected to the internet while you are doing all those music producing job. So here are a few tricks taken…

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