Intermediate/Advanced Q+A Submissions (August 2021)
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09/29/2021 9:00 am (PST)
In this Intermediate/Advanced Q&A Submissions video, Daine answered all of your questions that were submitted in the month of August.
00:09 – Marcus P: Are there any rules for using the sustain pedal?
04:52 – Brian: What make/model is your keyboard?
05:44 – Ron: What scale can I use to improvise when playing That’s All in the key of C?
12:55 – Steven H: Can you explain the chord progression in Blues Fellas?
16:39 – Marisol I: How do you improvise without losing track of the number of beats you play in left hand?
18:57 – Lance W: What 2 minor blues scales can be used on The Thrill is Gone in C minor?
23:12 – Wael A: Tips for knowing which chords other musicians are playing so I can improvise with them?
26:24 – Jeannine S: What is the ultimate goal of PWJ versus traditional lessons?
28:32 – Philip: Do you have general tips for mastering another artist’s transcript?
31:41 – Steven H: What’s a minor progression that’s good for improv?
34:08 – Gerhard: Do you have tips for playing a Hammond organ style?
35:43 – Q: Are you planning on adding more bossa nova courses?
36:15 – Q: What techniques identify an advanced player in jazz and pop?
38:26 – Judy C: How do approach a tune from a fake book?
43:30 – Dean M: And advice for playing with arthritis?
45:44 – Scott H: Any tips for fitting in with a band while playing 12 bar blues?
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In this video, Daine answered all of your questions that were submitted in the month of August.