Dear Gospel Musician,
If you're like most gospel musicians trying to learn the organ, you might be thinking that it's as simple as transferring the same chords and concepts that you know on the piano. Right?
Well, not exactly.
While the concepts of chords and progressions remain the same, how to play and connect between chords and progressions is totally different on the organ.
In fact, I had to learn this the hard way. I thought I could just take all the same chords and voicings I'd play on the piano and transfer them to the organ but for some reason, my chords on the organ would never sound as full as the next musician.
I didn't know how to "think" like an organist. Things that would have been so easy for me to pick up (like finding the right chord inversions, "sliding" my fingers instead of lifting, playing abbreviated chords on my left with extended voicings on my right), I just didn't know because I didn't have an experienced organist to share with me the "ins" and "outs"--- the "do's" and "don'ts."
Fast forward several years later and now I'm playing the piano and organ (...even fiddling around with some guitar) because I was able to skip all the years of mistakes that come with learning a new instrument.
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Learn, step-by-step, how to quickly and easily play praise and worship music on the organ at your own pace...
How to play uptempo praise songs using my award-winning 5-step process and tons of bass lines, right-hand chordal movements, "runs," "licks," and more!
How to incorporate the "third element" into your playing to produce the sound of a full band, especially if you're the only musician!
Discover the secrets to playing hundreds of "call-and-response" hand-clapping praise songs in all 12 keys just by knowing a few well-known organ patterns!
Learn how to play common progressions and turnarounds like the "1-4," "7-3-6," "6-2-5-1," and how to apply them to your favorite congregational songs like "Bless that Wonderful Name of Jesus," "God is a Good God," and more!
An "over-the-shoulder" and "behind-the-foot" look at how to combine the power of the foot pedal, left hand, and right hand and what it takes to play all three of these components in sync.
Over 40 bass runs, chords, progressions, and fill-ins to apply to your organ playing right away! After learning these things in all 12 keys, you'll instantly have over 480 chords to add to your gospel playing toolbox. Click here to order! http://www.hearandplay.com/go/?p=a480396&w=gkorgan350
Here's a demonstration of what you'll receive in this course!
Never "guess" on the organ again! Model after someone who's "been there" and "done that!"
Discover the simple secrets to effectively using the drawbars, percussions, and settings to obtain the contemporary sound that you desire.
Learn the proper techniques to playing the bass pedals cleanly and smoothly. If you're not familiar with the "toe-heel" technique to double the speed of your bass-walking, then you're missing out!
How to get away with playing advanced "phat" chords (...that are normally used for worship) during high tempo praise songs. The combination of these contemporary chords during a fast praise song is explosive!
Learn the way of the west coast and how to contemporize your praise & devotional songs using "west coast" chords, movements, and runs!
The secrets behind one-note pivots and how just a few little changes to the way you play chords can totally transform your sound on the organ. Remember: The way you approach the organ is not the same as the piano.
Several left-hand/right-hand combinations that can be used interchangeably to create dozens of chordal variations. For example, you can use the left-hand chord from set #1 with the right-hand chord or fill-in from set #3. You'll learn a variety of sets and various things to do on both hands.
How to master 8-note bass lines (traditional) and even modern 16-note connecting bass runs (...this has never been taught before)! This is one of those things you pull out of your bag of tricks after you've repeated a praise song several times.
Learn how to power up your left hand by forming a variation of the chord you're right hand is playing. This strategy alone will make your praise songs differ from the next musician tremendously. Click here to order: http://www.hearandplay.com/go/?p=a480396&w=gkorgan350