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post Feb 11 2010, 10:05 PM
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QUOTE (intemperateControl @ Feb 11 2010, 09:35 PM) *
Light My Fire By :The Doors

I can play the intro. on my guitar but it doesn't beat the keyboards by any means.
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This is a standard that we can absolutely learn! The legendary intro and the main organ accompaniment will be part of one of the next lessons. Thanks for the suggestion!

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I like this one, It's a hard one too smile.gif Maybe a guitar lesson from it also.

Yes, it is great instrumental but a little bit too high level to make a lesson about it, for now... but, I'll keep it in the list, maybe we can analyze as the guitar and keyboards play along...
Thanks! Any suggestion is appreciated because, anyway, can give the idea for something similar... ;-)


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post Feb 11 2010, 11:48 PM
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QUOTE (NoSkill @ Feb 11 2010, 09:55 PM) *
I'd love to see a level 3 or 4 arrangement of "Cry of the Poor." This isn't a good representation, but I think you may have heard the song.... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0XhcrTAXd0o I know you're getting flooded with requests, but this is my wish.

Hi! This song is really nice and I didnt know about it before, so thanks twice! ;-)
I'll make a piano arrangement, that level you asked (maybe 3 it is enough...) is good. I'm going to learn "Cry of the Poor" as well to prepare the lesson...:-)


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post Feb 11 2010, 11:50 PM
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Since I've been playing the piano for some years, I'm not that interested in song lessons (personally, which doesn't mean I don't have respect for your work smile.gif), but more in the things I don't know yet, yeah, like making backing tracks or improvising smile.gif


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post Feb 12 2010, 01:10 AM
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QUOTE (Maestro Mistheria @ Feb 11 2010, 03:48 PM) *
Hi! This song is really nice and I didnt know about it before, so thanks twice! ;-)
I'll make a piano arrangement, that level you asked (maybe 3 it is enough...) is good. I'm going to learn "Cry of the Poor" as well to prepare the lesson...:-)



Thanks, Mistheria. I really find it to be a beautiful song. I wish I could find a better full piano arrangement for you so you could see. I think I read that it was in a song book for Catholic masses, but I don't know which one.

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post Feb 12 2010, 09:31 AM
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QUOTE (Fusar @ Feb 11 2010, 11:50 PM) *
Since I've been playing the piano for some years, I'm not that interested in song lessons (personally, which doesn't mean I don't have respect for your work smile.gif), but more in the things I don't know yet, yeah, like making backing tracks or improvising smile.gif

Hello, yes I understand... that kind of lessons you are mentioning are in my plans, in fact in the new lesson categories list, that I've posted opening this topic, there are "computer music" and "improvisation" as well. For "computer music" I meant not just technical stuff (plugins, use of eq/comp, mixing, etc.) but how to use sequencer to make our music and, especially, how to use keyboards/computer to make and arrange the backing tracks, a really common way to practice among guitar players. So, we'll discover step-by-step how to make a backing track for your practice uses, how to play and record chords on keyboard, how to add tracks/instruments and make the arrangement, finally mix and get our final backing track ready to play! ;-) Thanks for your request!

QUOTE (NoSkill @ Feb 12 2010, 01:10 AM) *
Thanks, Mistheria. I really find it to be a beautiful song. I wish I could find a better full piano arrangement for you so you could see. I think I read that it was in a song book for Catholic masses, but I don't know which one.

Cheers, and thank you!

Tom

Hello, no problem about finding a better version... that's my job to make a nice version of that song! ;-) So, for me has been important your suggestion and request. Also, thanks for letting me discover a nice song...

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post Feb 12 2010, 03:48 PM
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QUOTE (Maestro Mistheria @ Feb 11 2010, 03:43 PM) *
Hi Andrew! Great suggestion too! We can explore that hammond techniques that make the hammond sound really something so special! We'll discover that kind of "growly glissando" and more... excellent idea! Definitely in the list... ;-) Thanks!


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post Feb 17 2010, 11:54 AM
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Hello GMCers!

I'm always ready to get your lesson wishes...! wink.gif


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post Feb 22 2010, 03:51 PM
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I would really like to polish my technique in Leads in the style of Jens Johansson

So the stratovarius lesson would be veeeerrryyyy apreciated!


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post Feb 22 2010, 05:42 PM
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QUOTE (Daniel Realpe @ Feb 22 2010, 03:51 PM) *
I would really like to polish my technique in Leads in the style of Jens Johansson

So the stratovarius lesson would be veeeerrryyyy apreciated!

Thanks for your suggestion Daniel! Strato-Jens lessons are on schedule... wink.gif


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QUOTE (Maestro Mistheria @ Feb 22 2010, 05:42 PM) *
Thanks for your suggestion Daniel! Strato-Jens lessons are on schedule... wink.gif


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post Feb 26 2010, 01:42 AM
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Something in the blues - boogie woogie style would be great for me wink.gif


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post Feb 26 2010, 02:21 AM
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Wow! Maestro, I want to say thank you so much!

I bought my first keyboard yesterday to start learning and doing more creative things to fill out songs and create tracks and harmonies
for my guitar playing. I know nearly nothing about keyboard playing, so started scouring the internet last night looking for beginner lessons
and information.

By coincidence, I just saw this thread and had a look. Exactly what I need!

I have bookmarked your lessons and will be starting from the very beginning.

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post Feb 26 2010, 10:16 AM
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QUOTE (Bogdan Radovic @ Feb 26 2010, 01:42 AM) *
Something in the blues - boogie woogie style would be great for me wink.gif

It is not exactly my style... anyway, to warm up and sometime to enjoy, I love to play Scott Joplin's Ragtimes, that is really great stuff! If you like that, we can do that! But thinking more... yes I've also some Boogie Woogie chops.. let's do it, you booked it! wink.gif
By the way, another great and useful suggestion! Thanks!

QUOTE (OzRob @ Feb 26 2010, 02:21 AM) *
Wow! Maestro, I want to say thank you so much!

I bought my first keyboard yesterday to start learning and doing more creative things to fill out songs and create tracks and harmonies
for my guitar playing. I know nearly nothing about keyboard playing, so started scouring the internet last night looking for beginner lessons
and information.

By coincidence, I just saw this thread and had a look. Exactly what I need!

I have bookmarked your lessons and will be starting from the very beginning.

Thank you!

Hello! Thanks for appreciating my keyboard lessons! I'm glad to help you on improving your skills.

You can also add on this topic some "lesson wish", something you'd like to learn and you didn't find yet among my published lessons.


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Well, i just got started on a new band. We can not afford having a dedicated keyboard player, so I decided to learn some of it and guess what? Your lessons are here to save the day biggrin.gif I already went through most of it and I am practicing the exercises every day.

I think what I really would like to see on a lesson now is how to properly play chords formed from different scales (other than the C major scale).
I know tons of chords by heart in guitar and know how they are formed. So it would be quite easy to go on the keyboard and just play them "my way", selecting the proper notes. But probably there are right ways of doing the fingering, right?

Also, I see some piano pieces where chords are spread over both bass and treble clefs (2 notes each). So probably, there are different ways of playing them...
I hope you plan a lesson covering that topic soon tongue.gif

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post Mar 26 2010, 06:25 PM
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QUOTE (Gus @ Mar 26 2010, 04:45 PM) *
Well, i just got started on a new band. We can not afford having a dedicated keyboard player, so I decided to learn some of it and guess what? Your lessons are here to save the day biggrin.gif I already went through most of it and I am practicing the exercises every day.

I think what I really would like to see on a lesson now is how to properly play chords formed from different scales (other than the C major scale).
I know tons of chords by heart in guitar and know how they are formed. So it would be quite easy to go on the keyboard and just play them "my way", selecting the proper notes. But probably there are right ways of doing the fingering, right?

Also, I see some piano pieces where chords are spread over both bass and treble clefs (2 notes each). So probably, there are different ways of playing them...
I hope you plan a lesson covering that topic soon tongue.gif


Hello! Really useful lesson idea! Yes, I'll go over that chords lesson really soon so I hope it will help you on working for the band ... thanks!

So, if I well understood, you're asking to know how to play chords over, for example, D major scale, F minor scale, F#m scale and so on ... using the right fingering. Also, how to use "open chords" spread over both hands ... please confirm this so I can go for the right lesson! wink.gif


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QUOTE (Maestro Mistheria @ Mar 26 2010, 06:25 PM) *
So, if I well understood, you're asking to know how to play chords over, for example, D major scale, F minor scale, F#m scale and so on ... using the right fingering. Also, how to use "open chords" spread over both hands ... please confirm this so I can go for the right lesson! wink.gif

yes. I'd love to see one or more lessons covering these 2 topics. rolleyes.gif


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QUOTE (MickeM @ Feb 10 2010, 09:30 PM) *
I'd like to see something like; 70's organ rock and hard rock rhythm and solo


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QUOTE (Caelumamittendum @ Feb 10 2010, 01:29 PM) *
Would be cool to see ehhr... what is it called... BWV 578 (???) - "Little" fugue in G minor.

It might not be a beginners style lesson though.

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QUOTE (Andrew Cockburn @ Feb 11 2010, 07:35 PM) *
Along the lines that Micke suggested - I'd really like a lesson on Hammond Organ techniques, especially how you do that growly glissando thing - I have always wondered about that!

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post Apr 13 2010, 11:24 AM
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Hello to all GMCers!

Thank you to everybody expressed new keyboard lesson wishes so far. You are all welcome to send your lesson requests but just keep in mind the following:

I'm sorry but, due to copyrights issue, I cannot have lessons on "cover songs". Please, check it before you submit your request. Songs are copyright free after 70 years the composer's death.

Any other songs, exercises, studies are well accepted! Send your request right now to book your next keyboard lesson!

KEEP ON SENDING LESSON REQUESTS!!! wink.gif


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