How to play major chords in all 12 keys under 7 minutes with zero experience at the piano
I have a new video out which I’m very excited to share with you.
It shows you how to play all the major chords in all 12 keys on the piano in under 7 minutes even if you don't know any notes on the piano.
Not only that but in the video, I show you how to learn the chords in a systematic way so you don’t only learn them quickly but you retain them. You can check the video out below.
I want you to be able to take hours of practice time and reduce them to minutes so you can get right to what you want to play quickly and effortlessly.
The quickest way to getting there is learning your chords.
In this video you’ll learn…
How to keep your hand in the same position/ hand placement -- even when you’re changing chords.
I’ll give you a clue -- It involves pipe cleaners.
How to recognize patterns to switch quickly between chords
Most people will tell you to learn all your keys chromatically which means going up a half step for each note but there isn’t any real reason to learn it this way.
My way shows you how to learn in a way that your brain will lock on to what your hand is doing and you will retain what you’ve learned.
Who knew all those shapes you learned in high school would come in handy?
I’ll show you how to use shapes to quickly and easily identify groups of chords, one of which I like to call triangle chords (2 white notes with a black note in the middle)
“This is great info. Harry…but I don't know what any of the notes on the piano mean"
That's the beauty of this because you don't have to. It simply teaches you the pattern. We can work on the notes later.
"What if I get lost or worse, it all goes flying right out the door?”-- I have solutions to that too.
I’ll show you how to build a 3-note major chord starting from any note using a half step system as well as how to retain all the information you learned from the video so you don’t forget it.
P.S. If you enjoyed the video below, please send me some feedback. What's a video that you would like to see? Be specific e.g. I want to learn how to play by ear or I want to learn how to play my favorite Christmas songs for my family during the holidays, etc.
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Harry L. Rios
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