Funky Rhythmic Piano
What you’ll learn
Rhythmic piano playing
How to create your own rhythms
Switching chords within a groove
Small hand/Big Hand variations
Jamming along with a drum groove
Welcome to the first step in improving your rhythmic confidence at the piano.
If you’re looking to get funkier at the piano and have no idea how to start, then this course can help you. It’s designed to take a beginner player and teach them a rhythmic foundation that can be taken up to an expert level with practice.
To have a strong rhythmic foundation at any instrument is fundamental towards the success of that player. As pianists we don’t want to be tripping on our rhythms during a gig, but instead want to be able to execute our rhythmic decisions without hesitation and without doubt. By properly practicing the material provided within this course, any student can find their rhythmic confidence at the keyboard and benefit for the rest of their musical career.
If you’re looking to improve your overall playing, composing, producing, improvising or jamming as a keyboardist, then this course has something to offer you. In this course you’ll learn various syncopated rhythms, alongside complimentary rhythmic ornaments designed to help you add complexity to your patterns.
All you need is time to practice, a keyboard, and some drive to become a better player, and this course will help you flourish as a contemporary keyboardist!
Who this course is for:
- Beginner piano players searching for a rhythmic foundation to their playing
- Singer Songwriters hoping to ensure that their piano parts are rhythmically complimentary to their song
- Classical pianists looking to improve their groove
- Music producers hoping to better execute their parts, so less post-production is required
- Composers hoping to speed up their workflow and expand their available tools
- Keyboardists of all styles that are looking for new rhythmic tricks to add to their arsenal
- Preliminary Material
- Notational System
- Rhythmic Patterns
- Build Your Own Rhythm
- Tips and Tricks