Would you like to be able to play any worship song on the Piano or Keyboard by ear?
Unfortunately, this course is no longer available.
The Secret is learning to play using “Rhythmic Patterns”
This is how guitar players learn. They learn a few simple strumming PATTERNS and a few simple chords and they are enjoying music right away.
Most piano or keyboard lessons focus only on reading music. Reading music is good to know, but if the notes aren’t written down, they can’t play. Or if someone wants a song sung in a different key, they can’t do that either.
Learning to play with RHYTHMIC PATTERNS frees your playing. You can use patterns to play all styles of music. It’s especially freeing for worship leaders.
‘RHYTHMIC PATTERNS” are equally effective whether you play the Piano or the Keyboard.
Finally set your hands free! Whether you’re an absolute beginner or a seasoned pro who would like to learn to play BY EAR, you’ll learn to use contemporary ‘RHYTHMIC PATTERNS” that are very effective whether you’re playing solo or within a band..
Click button below to hear One Simple Rhythmic Pattern:
Now listen to the same PATTERN played higher on the piano.
(Notice how the pattern sounds the same? It’s also very easy to play because your hands make the same motion, only higher)
Listen to the same PATTERN again, this time played lower.
(Again, the pattern is very easy to play because your hands make the same motion, only lower.)
Here’s a song using the pattern
( If you don’t see the button above click here to open a new page.)
You’ll notice that David sang the melody in this example.
This is one of the secrets to this course – read on…
Traditional old-style lessons require you to play the melody in the right hand and chords in the left. As a result, the right hand is forever obligated to “plunk out” the melody while the left hand must carry the bulk of the chords.
Using these old techniques, there is a limit to how full your arrangements will sound as you play, because your primary hand is taken up with the duty of always playing the melody
There’s a better way!
Professional keyboard players learn to play complimentary PATTERNS “around” the melody and let a 2nd instrument (or voice) take the melody, staying out of it’s way. This is where creative, full arrangements come from.
This is what David will teach you.
So for the beginning of the course, He’ll teach you to simply SING the melody while your hands play full, rich patterns!
A whole lot of fun and you can do it right away!
This course has proven to be very effective for absolute beginners,
as well as seasoned players who would like to be able to play by ear!
When you become an accomplished “pattern” player and you would like to play solo, (no singing or other instruments), you will be able to insert the melody back into your patterns and maintain full, rich arrangements.
These are not the piano lessons your grandma had!
– now let him show you how to combine many patterns together to form fantastic arrangements of any song!
After learning your first pattern, you’ll learn one more simple pattern.
Then, you’ll play the same song again. However, this time you’ll alternate the first pattern that you learned with the new pattern. Suddenly, you have a completely different effect that is very simple to do!
Then you’ll learn a third pattern, followed by a fourth, etc., etc…
By the end of the course, you’ll have many advanced patterns and techniques under your hands!
“Once you’ve learned a few patterns,
you’ll start learning how to
MIX & MATCH them any way you’d
like to create your own unique sound!
It’s true… YOU can do it!”
Finally, listen how MANY DIFFERENT PATTERNS used together can form a rich arrangement of…
” Poor Wayfaring Stranger”
Patterns start out simple, but they don’t have to stay that way! In fact, professional players have a whole arsenal of patterns that they use to create lush, fantastic arrangements!
“I love the course, David. I’ve been slowly learning to play the piano over the past few years and have managed to stumble across some useful information… BUT THIS is like hitting the express lane. It’s a great method that takes the pompous mystery out of playing the piano! Great vocals too, by the way. I feel this was money well spent.” J.B.