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Latin Jazz star Michel Camilo on Left Hand Independence
Oct 9 2013 3:56PM
When I began practicing the music of the great stride piano masters, I noticed how they always seemed able to keep their left-hand beat steady as it shifted between chords, counter-melodies, runs, and bass lines. I tried to
Salsafy Your Sound!
May 16 2013 3:00PM
Salsa (Spanish for “sauce”) is a broad commercial term used to describe danceable Latin music. There are no specific chord voicings or progressions that give you a Salsa sound; it’s all about feeling the rhythm in chunks of
Secrets of Samba Piano
Apr 19 2013 2:00PM
Growing up in Brazil, I listened to a lot of Samba, which is Brazil’s most popular style of music. To illustrate how to play Brazilian Samba properly, let’s take a typical jazz-ish melody and chords, and change them into
Booker T Video Repost
Oct 12 2011 12:00AM
We've been meaning to catch up with Booker T. Jones since his Grammy win for the 2009 album Potato Hole--for which we interviewed him back in August '09. If you haven't heard his latest, The Road From Memphis, you're missing out,
Welcome to Keyboard's November 2011 Links Page
Oct 10 2011 12:00AM
Exclusive interview with the Flaming Lips! Evan Bogart talks songwriting, keyboards, and production. Miss our Summer NAMM gear wrap? It's online?
Building a Better Groove
Improv for Pop Songwriters
Jeff Lorber Pumps Up Your Solos with ii-V Progressions
Cinematique Instruments releases Poing
Tower of Power set to tour with Journey and Steve Miller Band
If you play virtual instruments live, what's your platform?
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