KeyboardMag TV

Posted by: Piano World

KeyboardMag TV - 09/14/06 07:50 AM

In an email from Keyboard Magazine...

Keyboard magazine is absolutely thrilled to announce the launch of KeyboardMag.TV , the first Internet-based TV station for keyboard players![/b] The premiere of KeyboardMag.TV features video of Keyboard magazine's June 2006 cover story, "Record Your 'Boards," the most comprehensive "how to record keyboards" tutorial ever published. This feature shows players how to get the best keyboard sound on recordings, with each process being shown on a different stand-alone digital multitrack recorder, featuring professional recorders from Akai, Korg, Roland, Tascam, and Keyboard TV premier sponsor, Yamaha. KeyboardMag.TV also features backstage concert footage, new technology tutorials, and how-to-play lessons with Chester Thompson, Mike Garson, and Albert Margolis.

"With Keyboard TV, we're able to give our readers the ultimate experience: Sitting right next to the best players in the world while they show us how they do what they do," says Ernie Rideout, Keyboard's Editor-in-Chief. "Nothing inspires a growing musician like seeing and hearing great music, and we'll have tons of it on Keyboard TV. We're also excited to be able to provide video lessons that will help our readers get the most out of all their gear. Plus, the artist videos we're going to be showing are just insane! Keyboard TV brings Keyboard magazine right into everyone's home, in real time."

Coming soon to KeyboardMag.TV : all new special features, including songwriting with Tom Coster, B3 playing with John Novello[/b], keyboard wackiness with Dream Theater's Jordan Rudess, and super producer Dan The Automator talks about harnessing inspiration.
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BTW, John Novello is a forums member (# 7998).
I love his web site, looks like a B3
http://www.keysnovello.com
Posted by: FogVilleLad

Re: KeyboardMag TV - 09/14/06 05:55 PM

Great fun, could be a good learning resource, the Chester Thompson videos in the How to Play section are well worth the visit.