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Re: A Thread For Keyboardists by Dramadiddy(m): 4:15pm On Jul 22, 2014
peacemaranatha: thanks your advice is encouraging thanks
anytime bro
Re: A Thread For Keyboardists by gameboi: 4:24pm On Jul 22, 2014
Can anyone here upload his own version of amazing grace in the blues form
Re: A Thread For Keyboardists by samhay: 6:36pm On Jul 22, 2014
Plz am in the same level with @Peacemaranatha, I'll appreciate if u can help wit a link to a video which we can download to learn gradually. Thanks
Re: A Thread For Keyboardists by Dramadiddy(m): 8:22pm On Jul 22, 2014
samhay: Plz am in the same level with @Peacemaranatha, I'll appreciate if u can help wit a link to a video which we can download to learn gradually. Thanks
I'll try doing a video on vampiing/comping
Re: A Thread For Keyboardists by peacemaranatha(m): 8:56pm On Jul 22, 2014
Dramadiddy: I'll try doing a video on vampiing/comping
Alright sir. Am also waiting for it
Re: A Thread For Keyboardists by ONWARDBABA: 1:00am On Jul 23, 2014
am in

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Re: A Thread For Keyboardists by Dramadiddy(m): 8:22am On Jul 23, 2014
I have seen the guitarists nd drummers thread on frontpage, why not this one mods?
Re: A Thread For Keyboardists by MightyFortress: 5:04pm On Jul 23, 2014
Any Jazz guitarist in Kd town here? Looking for sum1 to hookup with and rehearse. Jazz pianists in Kd wud be appreciated too. Epicmarvel222@gmail.com
Re: A Thread For Keyboardists by pianogirl(f): 9:22pm On Jul 23, 2014
gameboi: it's a new skill I developed cos of that guy that copies all my basslines. And by the way when I play macossa I sometimes leave the transpose at -12 for anykey just to make the notes thick and not easily heard but the feel would be good and killing. Trust me!
Rather than using the transpose button,why not save your self the stress by using the octave button. It gives you a better option of increasing or decreasing the pitch of your keyboard by 2 octaves depending on what particular range of sound you want...[-2,-1,0,1,2].

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Re: A Thread For Keyboardists by gameboi: 10:42pm On Jul 23, 2014
pianogirl: Rather than using the transpose button,why not save your self the stress by using the octave button. It gives you a better option of increasing or decreasing the pitch of your keyboard by 2 octaves depending on what particular range of sound you want...[-2,-1,0,1,2].
not all keyboards have the octave button
Re: A Thread For Keyboardists by Dramadiddy(m): 12:06am On Jul 24, 2014
MightyFortress: Any Jazz guitarist in Kd town here? Looking for sum1 to hookup with and rehearse. Jazz pianists in Kd wud be appreciated too. Epicmarvel222@gmail.com
Sorry wats kd?
Re: A Thread For Keyboardists by Dramadiddy(m): 12:07am On Jul 24, 2014
gameboi: not all keyboards have the octave button
Ah..Wich keyboard doesnt have octave button and has transpose?
Re: A Thread For Keyboardists by Dramadiddy(m): 12:09am On Jul 24, 2014
pianogirl: Rather than using the transpose button,why not save your self the stress by using the octave button. It gives you a better option of increasing or decreasing the pitch of your keyboard by 2 octaves depending on what particular range of sound you want...[-2,-1,0,1,2].
Yeah..u knw transpose is mre flexible.. octave is kinda fixed... jst -2,-1,0,1,2....but with transpose, when yu reduce, the thickness comes in...but na still stress sha...But pianogirl show me some stuff na..r u gospel, jazz or classical?
Re: A Thread For Keyboardists by gameboi: 12:56am On Jul 24, 2014
Dramadiddy: Ah..Wich keyboard doesnt have octave button and has transpose?
olden versions don't have octave button. And I was also shocked the day I saw a keyboard without transpose button. Each time the keyboardist wants to play he begs the singer not to change key If not na end of service be that.

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Re: A Thread For Keyboardists by Dramadiddy(m): 1:07am On Jul 24, 2014
gameboi: olden versions don't have octave button. And I was also shocked the day I saw a keyboard without transpose button. Each time the keyboardist wants to play he begs the singer not to change key If not na end of service be that.
Lol...I used to be like that

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Re: A Thread For Keyboardists by Nobody: 1:35pm On Jul 24, 2014
can anyone play piano here? i wanna learn piano, ive been playing keyboard(purely contemporRY NO CLASSICAL) and now i wanna go into classical but someone said i need to know music theory b4 i can play the piano... please any little little tips or lessons on music theory or classical music?... tnx in adv
Re: A Thread For Keyboardists by MightyFortress: 1:49pm On Jul 24, 2014
kaduna town
Re: A Thread For Keyboardists by MightyFortress: 1:50pm On Jul 24, 2014
Dramadiddy: Sorry wats kd?
kaduna town
Re: A Thread For Keyboardists by Dramadiddy(m): 7:07pm On Jul 24, 2014
lilhansome: can anyone play piano here? i wanna learn piano, ive been playing keyboard(purely contemporRY NO CLASSICAL) and now i wanna go into classical but someone said i need to know music theory b4 i can play the piano... please any little little tips or lessons on music theory or classical music?... tnx in adv
just go to google, type music theory and read the article from wikipedia...infact save the page cos you cant get all in a day
Re: A Thread For Keyboardists by samhay: 7:27pm On Jul 24, 2014
Dramadiddy: just go to google, type music theory and read the article from wikipedia...infact save the page cos you cant get all in a day


Boss,we are still expecting the video you promised we the beginners
Re: A Thread For Keyboardists by Dramadiddy(m): 8:57pm On Jul 24, 2014
samhay:


Boss,we are still expecting the video you promised we the beginners
I'll try my best to get it done next week
Re: A Thread For Keyboardists by Giannakopoulos(f): 9:42pm On Jul 25, 2014
Dramadiddy: Lol...I used to be like that
You have done a wonderful job,I wanna ask 3 questions (1) Please can you give me an advanced chord voicing on key C with right hand/Left Hand eg mi = E B E/CDG,re- D A D/ F G C E,I need sth more advance assuming there's a bass player playing along,
(2) What is your re-harmonization technique? (3) give me ur jazz chord voicings on key C for both hands,then also give me 3 difficult gospel worship and artist names so I can download and score,Thanks a million,gameboi u can also help and every member of the house
Re: A Thread For Keyboardists by gameboi: 10:11pm On Jul 25, 2014
Giannakopoulos: You have done a wonderful job,I wanna ask 3 questions (1) Please can you give me an advanced chord voicing on key C with right hand/Left Hand eg mi = E B E/CDG,re- D A D/ F G C E ,I need sth more advance assuming there's a bass player playing along,
(2) What is your re-harmonization technique? (3) give me ur jazz chord voicings on key C for both hands,then also give me 3 difficult gospel worship and artist names so I can download and score,Thanks a million,gameboi u can also help and every member of the house
what you typed there look more like you're talking 'bout slash chords, One other thing I noticed from keyboardists is that they keep on saying things like 'do chord, re chord..et al when in reality there's nothing as such.
Back to Your question1: Are you talking about chord progressions for Jazz?
2. My harmonization techniques are done using most of slash chords.
3. Difficult worship? There are many I know of and used to be obssesed with until I discovered the way the keyboardist played them. Some of them are: a. Now behold the lamb-kirk franklin
b. Incredible God- James hairston( Lots of Sus-chords were used here) c. Praise him in advance-Marvin sapp. These are the ones I remember for now.
Re: A Thread For Keyboardists by Dramadiddy(m): 10:17pm On Jul 25, 2014
Giannakopoulos: You have done a wonderful job,I wanna ask 3 questions (1) Please can you give me an advanced chord voicing on key C with right hand/Left Hand eg mi = E B E/CDG,re- D A D/ F G C E,I need sth more advance assuming there's a bass player playing along,
(2) What is your re-harmonization technique? (3) give me ur jazz chord voicings on key C for both hands,then also give me 3 difficult gospel worship and artist names so I can download and score,Thanks a million,gameboi u can also help and every member of the house
Hmmm u seem advanced already o...well to question, I think you should have asked for a voicing for a particular progression...Not to say im too good but i have a lot of voicings in my head...Number 2 : I use all methods, simple substitution, tritones, diatonic sub, chromatic sub, cadential sub..infact i shd just tel u... just knw d name and the meanings, but when u wanna voice a song, be free...don't look at what the book says... number 3: Listen to Donnie Mcclurkin, Marvin sapp, Tye tribbett...the keyboardist behind donnie nd marvin is d same guy...u will learn from him a lot...dload diia old albums ooo cos nowadays, music is so artificial so dey dnt play something heavy now...Wish you the best

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Re: A Thread For Keyboardists by Dramadiddy(m): 10:20pm On Jul 25, 2014
I love 7-3-6s...progression of the night...rootless one though on C :
7- Fi ti mi//la re fi la
3- ze d r s// so do re so
6- s t d m// s t r

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Re: A Thread For Keyboardists by ONWARDBABA: 10:21pm On Jul 25, 2014
am confused where do i statr from
Re: A Thread For Keyboardists by Dramadiddy(m): 10:33pm On Jul 25, 2014
ONWARDBABA: am confused where do i statr from
how far have u gone?
Re: A Thread For Keyboardists by gameboi: 11:01pm On Jul 25, 2014
Dramadiddy: I love 7-3-6s...progression of the night...rootless one though on C :
7- Fi ti mi//la re fi la
3- ze d r s// so do re so
6- s t d m// s t r
this parts confuses me. Is there anything like fi, ti ze etc?.
Re: A Thread For Keyboardists by Dramadiddy(m): 11:13pm On Jul 25, 2014
gameboi: this parts confuses me. Is there anything like fi, ti ze etc?.
notes of the chromatic scale
Re: A Thread For Keyboardists by gameboi: 11:42pm On Jul 25, 2014
Dramadiddy: notes of the chromatic scale
on which key? The way I know them are by their names. E.g Cm7, Cdim, Eb5m6 etc. Calling them by their names makes it easier to play.
Re: A Thread For Keyboardists by Dramadiddy(m): 12:02am On Jul 26, 2014
gameboi: on which key? The way I know them are by their names. E.g Cm7, Cdim, Eb5m6 etc. Calling them by their names makes it easier to play.
Alright but its good u knw the notes for this one cos its a rootless...which means It has another version...the first one there is a Bmin11...but u can see its without the 9th...the second one is an Edom#5#9 but the 5th is not there too... and the last one is an Amin11...the exclusion/inclusion of component notes of the chord make it have diff sounds and varieties...tr playing a min13 chord and u ll find out that it has different sides to it
Re: A Thread For Keyboardists by gameboi: 12:10am On Jul 26, 2014
Dramadiddy: Alright but its good u knw the notes for this one cos its a rootless...which means It has another version...the first one there is a Bmin11...but u can see its without the 9th...the second one is an Edom#5#9 but the 5th is not there too... and the last one is an Amin11...the exclusion/inclusion of component notes of the chord make it have diff sounds and varieties...tr playing a min13 chord and u ll find out that it has different sides to it
okay... But that was how I learnt it. By the way, I have a chord progression you might want to try out. I use it as a background chord when the preacher is about to conclude sermon and trust me it sounds soft and touching.

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