Play by Ear and Understand Chords DVDs

By [email protected] | November 7, 2011

  Learn to play worship music by ear Previously we told you a little about our new Play by Ear and Understand Chords DVDs which are now available. Click through to buy from the webstore. We thought you might like to see a break down of the chapters and lessons – You’ll learn about: Keys, […]

Ten tips for maximising your practice time

By Guest Blogger | October 17, 2011

Here’s a guest article from Graham Fitch writing in Pianist Magazine. Whilst its obviously written for piano players, there is plenty of great advice here for all musicians to help you make your practise sessions efficient, productive and, best of all, rewarding With next year’s Olympic Games very much in the news at the moment, […]

Sneak preview to our new Ear Training tests

By [email protected] | October 6, 2011

We’ve been endeavouring to make our upcoming Play by Ear and Understand Chords DVDs the best educational tool we can… So with that in mind the last area we’ve been working on is a really comprehensive set of tests and questions so guys gets the most learning out of the course. There’ll be 20 audio […]

Ask the expert – how to mic a piano

By Guest Blogger | June 20, 2011

Alastair Gibson asks for ideas in how to mic a grand piano. Geoff Boswell replies: In my humble opinion, if you have to mic an upright or grand same rule applies – LISTEN to it! Generally wherever it sounds best is best place to start with a mic. Having said all that there is a […]

Free video lesson – playing hymns on keyboard

By Tim Martin | June 15, 2011

Free video lesson on how to play Amazing Grace Continuing our occasional series showcasing our various DVD products by giving away a free lesson, here is a lesson from disk 4 of our Beginners Worship Keyboard Course. Its quite a complex lesson given that its on the Beginners set (showing some embellishments such as passing […]

I’m a little bit country – Nick Langley on Nashville Numbering

By Guest Blogger | March 10, 2011

I’ve seen posts on various websites, including this venerable one, discussing innumerable cunning ways of writing charts. Why, I ask? What’s wrong with the existing systems? Music notation has been painstakingly refined over centuries and does the job perfectly well. People have been recording music since long before Edison invented the phonograph, Bill Lear and […]

300 new product reviews – thank you so much

By [email protected] | January 11, 2011

Last week we asked you to submit product reviews to our webstore (and in return receive 66 Advanced Vocals Workout exercises). We were blown away not only by the volume of the response but also the detailed feedback you gave in the reviews. You can still submit a review and receive a coupon – we’re […]