Thanks for all the kind comments on my MasterBuilder video. I transcribed what I played over the weekend and you can now purchase the sheet music with the performance track on my sheet music page. Assuming you learn the sheet music, your performance should sound pretty much the same as the one on the video. […]
Tag Archives: rhythm
In contemporary music, rhythm is very important. In fact, contemporary music relies heavily on rhythm for its sophistication and without doubt, much of that music is very rhythmically sophisticated. I listen to songs on the radio very often that just make me shake my head. They sound easy but I know full well how hard it […]
My daughter Kelsey informed me on Friday that she had to play in church on Sunday so I had to arrange something for her. Due to the time, it had to be simple but I still wanted to do something off the beaten path. The video below demonstrates what we came up with. In the […]
Today, I am going to walk you through two things you can do to get a more interesting sound in your music. If you have followed the blog for any amount of time, one will be familiar to you and the other less so.
A discussion of groove.
One of the very nice things about church musicians is that they care. On the flip side, do they always care about the right things?
The first in a series on a healthy approach to this topic.
Ideas for improving the patterns you play in your music.
Here is something we all need to work on.