How to Play ROCK Piano - Bass Riff with Pulse Chords (4-part tutorial)



Learn an Epic Glam Rock riff on the Piano and support it with Pulse Chords in the Right Hand. The bass line stays consistent over our 4-part piano tutorial series which focuses on Hand Independence, Chord Voicing, Arpeggios, and all the relevant Music Theory needed to compose and produce Rock music.

📚 Download notes & notation for the entire 4-part series and support our channel on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/posts/66778701

00:00 Performance

00:23 Introduction

01:32 Recap of the Riff

02:16 Variation 3 - Plagal cadence chords

04:12 Exploring different inversions

05:01 Rhythm pattern with left-hand pulse

06:06 Improvising with vocals

09:08 Bass Riff along with chord pattern

10:10 Challenges of hand independence

12:54 Plagal Cadence (Music Theory)

15:48 Using the Circle of Fifths to transpose

16:48 Moving forward Variation 4


How to Play ROCK Piano - Arpeggios with Accents (4-part tutorial)



Learn an Epic Glam Rock riff on the Piano and support it with Arpeggios in the Right Hand. The arpeggio rhythm pattern uses attractive accents that complement the Left-Hand bass riff! The bass line stays consistent over our 4-part piano tutorial series which focuses on Hand Independence, Chord Voicing, Arpeggios, and all the relevant Music Theory needed to compose and produce Rock music.

📚 Download notes & notation for the entire 4-part series and support our channel on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/posts/66778701

00:00 Performance

00:21 Introduction to the arpeggio pattern

01:41 Grouping and accents

02:30 Pulse vs Accents

03:49 Bass Riff revision

07:22 Turnaround

08:57 Feeling the Accents


How to Play ROCK Piano - Plagal Chord Rhythm Patterns (4-part tutorial)



Learn an Epic Glam Rock riff on the Piano and support it with a groovy rhythm pattern in the Right Hand which follows the Plagal Cadence. This takes chords from the Mixolydian mode and can also be learned using the Circle of Fifths. The bass line stays consistent over our 4-part piano tutorial series which focuses on Hand Independence, Chord Voicing, Arpeggios, and all the relevant Music Theory needed to compose and produce Rock music.

📚 Download notes & notation for the entire 4-part series and support our channel on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/posts/66778701

00:00 Performance

00:23 Introduction

01:32 Recap of the Riff

02:16 Variation 3 - Plagal cadence chords

04:12 Exploring different inversions

05:01 Rhythm pattern with left-hand pulse

06:06 Improvising with vocals

09:08 Bass Riff along with chord pattern

10:10 Challenges of hand independence

12:54 Plagal Cadence (Music Theory)

15:48 Using the Circle of Fifths to transpose

16:48 Moving forward Variation 4


How to Play ROCK Piano with an Indian Fusion Lick (4-part tutorial)



Learn an Epic Glam Rock riff on the Piano and support it with a catchy fusion lick in the Right hand which is based on an Indian Pentatonic Scale. Lots of accents and semiquavers in this one. The bass line stays consistent over our 4-part piano tutorial series which focuses on Hand Independence, Chord Voicing, Arpeggios, and all the relevant Music Theory needed to compose and produce Rock music.

📚 Download notes & notation for the entire 4-part series and support our channel on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/posts/66778701

00:00 Performance

00:21 Introduction

00:56 What’s a Fusion Lick?

02:23 Let’s learn the Lick

02:28 Lick with Pulse in the Bass

03:45 First half of the Lick

04:21 Making up a Vocal phrase

05:29 The “superfast” lick

07:26 How to count the Semiquaver phrase

09:36 Let’s put it together

11:56 Fusion Lick with Bass Riff

13:00 Revision of the series

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