In deed very dirty Mistheria - thanks for yet a super cool lesson.
Sounds great Maestro, really rocking!
Thanks Kris and all here! I love hammond, it really rocks!!!
Yarr, awesomeness on keys
i just love the sound of hammond!
Awesome, Mistheria! Great use of video effects to give the Hammond look to the Hammond sound! Cool composition and great playing as always!
Ill send this to my dad hes a wonderful Piano Player
awesome lesson !!!
By the way is it me or the piano is a little shaky? I dont know much about pianos and stuff so forgive me if this is how its supposed tp be
I will watch your lessons,
I started studying keyboards, and it's very useful.
Sounds just briliant, Maestro!!!
These lessons are so cool! I love how GMC is expanding is music vocabulary!
Great hammond!! It's so aggresive! Nice lesson
Hi all my friends here! Thanks for appreciating my Dirty Hamm lesson... yes, the keyboard is little bit shaking, maybe I need a... Rock stand!
Lovin' this one, going to practice it!
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For this lesson, I've written a short piece: “Dirty Hamm!”. This song features a real dirty, distorted, screaming Hammond organ sound! This sound is one of my favorites!
This song can be useful for two purposes: (1) to learn the basic Hammond techniques and (2) to create a good (I think so :) backing track for your Rock/Blues guitar solo!
Please, try it and let me know if I’m right or not … ;) Have a great Hammond playing with my “Dirty Hamm!” song …
(From Wikipedia) The Hammond organ is an electric organ which was invented by Laurens Hammond in 1934 and manufactured by the Hammond Organ Company. While the Hammond organ was originally sold to churches as a lower-cost alternative to the wind-driven pipe organ, in the 1960s and 1970s, it became a standard keyboard instrument for jazz, blues, rock music and gospel music.
Although many different models of Hammond organs were produced, the Hammond B-3 organ is most well-known. In the 1980s and 1990s, musicians began using electronic and digital devices to imitate the sound of the Hammond, because the vintage Hammond organ is heavy and hard to transport. By the 1990s and 2000s digital signal processing and sampling technologies allowed for better imitation of the original Hammond sound.
Exactly this that I’m playing on the song is a great imitation, not just the organ sound but the rotary speaker as well, better known as Leslie speaker.
(From Wikipedia) The Leslie speaker is a specially constructed amplifier/loudspeaker used to create special audio effects using the Doppler effect. Named after its inventor, Donald Leslie, it is particularly associated with the Hammond organ. The Hammond/Leslie combination is now a ubiquitous element in many genres of music ranging from 1960s organ trio hard bop to the growling, distorted tones of early 1970s acid rock.