Tag: piano

Open Chords: Dsus2

Suspended chords explained: In a major or minor chord we have 3 notes that give us the chord spelling. To create a suspended chord we need to replace the ‘3rd‘ in this case with the ‘2nd‘. For more information read the rest at bottom of page. Open Chord: Dsus2 Piano, Chord Spelling: D, E, A […]

Open Chords: G Major

Guitar: Open Chords, G Major Note: The THIRD finger indicates an extra finger/note – This is not necessary but try both versions. Piano: Staff: Chord Spelling: G B D

Working with Intervals (part 2) Major 2nd

Continued form part 1… In the previous article I stated that in order to understand intervals and their importance we need to listen to them. In order to create a better feeling for the sound we also need to correlate that with playing. Below are pictures and tab describing how to play the major 2nd […]

Theory: Working with Intervals (part 1)

Hopefully you have a working knowledge of theory, if not I will try and keep this as simple as possible. This article is an expansion of the previous article, The Major Scale and Intervals. I’m going to use Sonars piano roll and staff views, the piano roll will fit the same with Reaper, Cubase and […]

Free VST plugin – Equivibe

Lower Rythyms – Equivibe – Free VST Plugin, ‘Designed with electric pianos, strings and pads in mind, Equivibe is a hybrid of an EQ / Vibrato effect. After splitting your input into 9 bands, those relative frequencies are then individually modulated by their own dedicated oscillator — which is, in turn, modulated by an additional […]

Free VST Plugin – 4Front Rhode VSTi

Free VST Plugin – 4Front Rhode module/instrument, There are two versions of this VST instrument, the above being the basic version. This plugin is at heart a vintage Rhodes/Wurly type piano module with a gentle overdrive added. The 4Front Rhode VSTi aims to reproduce the classic sound similar to Rhodes/Wurlitzer pianos. This module is not […]