"Today we’re speaking with Aimee Nolte, a jazz singer and pianist who has one of the most popular YouTube channels among musicians, focusing on jazz piano with a healthy dose of a lot of the skills we discuss here on the Musicality Podcast such as playing by ear, improvising, and singing in tune."
If you'd like to donate to my album, please click the following link and leave me a note with your email address in it so you can get the extras I will throw your way! https://paypal.me/aimn Thank you! Gear: Earthworks SV33 vocal studio mic Earthworks PM40 piano mic Presonus Studiolive AR8
Compare and contrast my two transcriptions of Bill Evans' recordings of Leonard Bernstein's "Lucky To Be Me" with me. One is the Riverside recording on the album, Everybody Digs Bill Evans, and the other is from a recording someone sent me about 18 years ago, that I cannot identify, unfortunately. Recorded using Earthworks SV33 Earthworks PM40 5'3 Hallet Davis Baby Grand
This is the second lesson in my harmony series. In this lesson, we learn a more complicated harmony, using the old song, You Are My Sunshine.
Ever wish you could sing a nice harmony along with someone? Where do you start? You start right here, with this simple concept of the common tone.
I love to play and sing this Jobim classic. Hope you dig it. Recorded using Earthworks SV33 Earthworks PM40 5'3 Hallet Davis Baby Grand.
In order to start swinging in your soloing and melodic phrasing, you have to have listened to A LOT OF JAZZ. But also, you need to look closely at these elements and add them to your busy practice schedule. Let's look at The Beatles, Miles Davis, The Basie Orchestra, and Red Garland for our answers. Recorded using Earthworks SV33 Vocal Condenser Mic Earthworks PM40 Piano Mic
I'm giving away my biggest secret in this lesson. How to swing! If you have ever wanted to learn to scat sing, this is the place to start. Ride along with me, as we discuss swing feel and jazz rhythms. More to follow!
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