I’m In HD!

Now you get to see all my imperfections! Here it is through Viddler: Here it is through Youtube: Here it is through Blip: The Viddler embed looks crisp – doesn’t it? What do you guys think? Blip, Youtube, Viddler, etc…

11 Twitter Tips For Musicians

1.) Retweet. It not about you. It’s about me. It’s about the other guy and girl. Retweeting 2.) Become part of the community. Follow people of your interest, and share the love. 3.) Hashtags! Don’t just tweet – categorize your tweets! Hashtags allow people to connect through similar interests. If I Hashtag (#) a tweet […]

Change Of Heart

No more Guitar. I found my true passion: The paper. Ever since I first played the paper I instantly felt connected. Its like a weight was lifted off my shoulders. This is where I belong. I remember where I almost quit before. But the guitar drew me back in, but this time its this little […]

Inversions Explained!

Inversions in music are the idea of ‘flipping’ two notes around. So in stead of the intervals from C to G (which is 5 notes away – C D E F G) you simply invert that creating an interval from G to C (which is 4 notes away G A B C) Inversions follow the […]

Note Tonalities In Keys!

In a C Major Scale you have the notes C D E F G A B C. In this video I explain the use of notes in reference to the Key Signature they are in. So for example the note ‘C’ can be the 2nd note in the key of Bb, the 1st note in […]

Basic Intervals (Part 1)

Watch this in order to understand the basic principles of Intervals. An interval is the difference between 2 notes. As a result, when you play a chord, you’re actually playing a series of intervals that create a triad, seventh chord, etc. To read Part 2 of Basic Intervals Click Here

Class 14: Notes From Piano To Guitar!

This is from my week 14 of my Revision 3 show! Music is a universal language. In this video I explain how to apply the notes from guitar to piano. reading music is easier than people make it out to be. Watch this video to see how to take a melody or song on guitar […]

What Should I Learn? Piano Or Guitar

It comes down to this one question: What are you more passionate about? If you love piano more than guitar, but think that guitar will be easier to learn, then you’re wrong. The truth is, that ANY instrument, when you’re passionate about it, is the easiest one to learn. So do what you feel is […]