Welcome to the myJam! archive...
It's a place to showcase the work of our lovely students. Spread the love by using the share buttons and leaving some nice comments!
A delightly playful performance of Krump and Krash from Robots Can't Rhumba - pianobookclub.com.
Well played Gabby!
Shagun's inspired impromptu composition, 'Escape the Haunted Mansion'. Nice work Shagun!
David digs the blues so we learnt some kicking riffs and produced an arrangement of The Doors classic LA Woman. He also plays some electric guitar so learning how to translate tablature to the piano came in handy!
Here are some links to David's other arrangements.
Aditja has a keen sense of rhythm and melody. He recently learnt how to improvise over a jazzy progression using the pentatonic scale and we recorded the results in Garageband for iOS. Nice effort, Aditja!
Daniel has an ear for a good tune so covering the infectious chants of Justice Crew was an excellent choice! In these series of piano lessons, Daniel covered the basics of recording in a Digital Audio Workstation (DAW) environment. He also learnt about sound sculpting (synthesis) to create the white noise effect at 00:15 and 00:33. Nice work Daniel - the Crew would be well pleased with your effort!
A backing track cover of The Fray's, How to Save a Life. Beth learnt the key elements of this popular song and produced a fine arrangement.
Callum learnt all about Digital Audio and song arrangement by sequencing Thunderstruck (ACDC) in the Garageband for iOS app. Keep rocking Callum!
An instrumental cover of Middle (DJ Snake) using the Garageband for iOS app.
Raj sequenced this neat instrumental cover of 'Faded' (Alan Walker).
A sample of River Flows (Yurima), played on her 100-year-old upright piano. Beatifully played Ansu!
A cover of Twenty One Pilots hit song, "Heathens", by Elise. Listen out for the cool vocoder effect at 01:29!
A sweet remake of the Vamps hit, "Rest Your Love", by student Willow.
A delicious remake of the Eurythmics classic, "Sweet Dreams", sequenced in Garageband for iOS by student, David aged 11.
David's rendition of "In the Hall of the Mountain King" with an interesting twist!