Although I'm reasonbly experienced, I liked the 'pulse' explanation and now work on maintaining that myself in my play (in which I used to do that with other types of rythms). So still something new added, great!
I've been playing for many years, but I only played by reading music. I've searched until I gave up on finding someone that knew where I wanted to go with my piano playing. I feel my playing has finally reached the beginning of where I want to go in just this 1st tutorial. When I've had a question, the response was quick and polite. My 6 year old granddaughter has started with the Basics and totally understands. This is so exciting for the both of us. P.S. From all the years of taking lessons, I'm learning things that were never taught with the Theory. I highly recommend this program.
5 Stars. This was helpful.
hey friend it`s amazing!!! you help me so much!! Thanks!!!
Yes yes yes. Super useful and helpful for my rhythm! Thank you!
Just want to say you are an amazing piano player, I am 27 and just a beginner and watching you is very inspiring, if I could ever at any point play half as good as you I’d be more then satisfied. I’m gunna dig into videos 2 and 3 ASAP!
Patiently waiting for the other stuff man
Loving the new site nick...Bought a keyboard just to learn your videos!!! Moving onto video 2 now.
4 stars for me! The only reason I'm not giving a 5 star review is because there are a lot of tutorials and packages that are not yet available. Thx
Very good tips in this vid too, carefully and clearly explained by Nik, who is a master himself in slowly building up the things to learn step-by-step. The second excersize is a real killer for me. Tried it a thousand times (at least that's how it feels) but keep losing track at the end, just like I'm running out of air to breath :-) So I got on with the rest of the vid, but will be doing this excersize far more times as part of my warming up.
Thank you for expertise. 5 Stars for me.
Loving your style
YES!!!!!! Loved it. 5 stars.
For me the fingering of the left hand as 5-2 (in stead of 5-1) was new and really helps responding quicker to impulses during improvisations. The last excersize I was already familiar with. Not the perticular sequence itself but from other music in boogie-like left hand. Indeed if you just persist daily or just a few minits before every time you play, you'll get the hang of it and the autopilot takes over. It differs per person of course. On my way to get my hands on the improv lessons but I need to patient. Thanks a lot Nik. You're a great teacher!
Thank you so much Nick! I bought "Rythm 4U" and spent days,nights to practice it...Your teaching is so clear and easy to follow. Since I have been playing for quite a while I can catch "springboard note" right away. The whole game of this Rythm 4U is " Springboard note AND syncopation" I GOT IT! and as you said: I have to thank you Nick for this Springboard Note. Now i am done well with this course / please tell me to buy Next Lesson ( what course) to play or apply freely the "Rythm 4U" to a progression (Ex: iii - vi - ii - V7 - I ) Or (III - VI -ii7-b5 - V7b9 - Im ) Thank you so much again.You are a wonderful teacher.Can't wait for your next lesson. James T. (Houston Texas)
I am very pleased and satisfied, amazing videos very useful tips, easy, and gave me the ability to free style. my type of learning, thanks alot. I am looking forward to see the rest of your videos. Best Regards
Wow! Def a step up from your old site. I purchased this course a few months ago and it was AMAZING! Buy it
The new site is beautiful. I’m a huge fan Nick. Thank you for the video! The rhythm integration was my favorite part. HNY!