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In this video, I explain rhythmic subdivision and why it’s important to understand when playing the piano. I then teach you how to play two fundamental rhythm patterns that you can start using today to write songs and perform. An 8th note rhythm pattern and a 16th note rhythm pattern.
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Here are some keyboard and songwriting resources I’d recommend:
Keyboard Equipment Recommendations
As a student learning how to play piano, you need a keyboard that has 88 or 76 keys, weighted keys, and is affordable.
Here are the two best options
Yamaha P-115 with Keyboard Stand and Bench
Essential Songwriting Books
Songwriters on Songwriting – Paul Zollo
Writing Better Lyrics – Pat Pattision
Songwriting Without Boundaries – Pat Pattison
A Dictionary of American Idioms – Adam Makkai
Scholastic Dictionary of Idioms – Marvin Terban