Love it Mistheria - looking forward to see keyboardists emerge from GMC!
dohs, I need a keyboard
Nice, most basic stuff is so useful for those of us who never tried keyboards.
Keep them coming, this is interesting
Cool I looking foward to the rest of the series:)
Thanks Kris, I'm really glad :-) that you, and it seems also GMCers, like my new lesson..
i learned here things i didnt learn in half a year of piano lessons, so very cool
damn! i was looking for this kind of piano lessons, thanks!
Excellent work!!! I can see a lots of GMC'ers finding this series useful!!!
Hey man, it's really cool that you explain everything! Nice
The explanation on playing dynamics is very important. Thanks for taking the time to add the most basic and important elements!
Awesome lesson! I have to develope my piano skills and this should help me!
Cool lesson, good explanation!
i,m so glad you are here cause i know there is quite a few of us who would like to learn keyboards, for me home recording purposes. thanks Mistheria!
I'm really glad to know that my lessons can be useful to you all... Thanks a lot for appreciating!
Useful lesson for beginners indeed
Very good explanations, well done!
Nice! Love the lesson, very helpful!
Great tutorial Maestro! Good job!
Nice tutorial indeed, well done.
Thanks again to all GMCers for appreciating my lessons and especially to the GMC Instructors that make me "ready" for the next lessons! ;-)
wow this is great Maestro, i've been waiting for something like this ever since i got my keyboard...thank you
Good lesson! You are very polite and professional!
Hello to everybody at GMC!
Welcome to my first video lesson “Keyboard Startup – 5 Exercises for the 1st Day” of “Keyboard4Guitar” Series.
What we need to start? Few things: piano or keyboard (any kind is good right now), desire for learning (everything will be better and faster) and passion for playing (if you are here, you’ve got it! :)
In this lesson we are going to position our hands on the piano/keyboard and to move our fingers on the white keys. It seems simple, maybe it is, but we want do it in the better way to avoid any kind of problems and to be ready for the upcoming lessons and also for the “Masters4All” Series (the lesson series to learn and play the masterpieces of the greatest classical composers. You can check my first lesson of this series: “Ode to Joy” by L. V. Beethoven).
All “K4G” lessons are spoken, not too much explanations to read, just listen and play… better, it isn’t? ;)
But, of course, you’ll have all scores/tabs available and other educational stuff such as schemes, notes, pictures that can help you to understand quickly and can be also useful for any references.
Well, let’s start! As always, for any question you can jump on the GMC-Forum and I’ll do my best to help you.
Have a good practicing, have a nice playing with my lesson!