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SLOW TUTORIAL - Inkem Inkem Inkem Kaavaale Song Piano Lesson Keyboard Notes

Discussion in 'Telugu film piano music notes' started by MobileMusic, Sep 23, 2018.

  1. MobileMusic

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    If you are interested in learning how to play the super-hit "Inkem Inkem Inkem Kaavaale" song, I've just posted a SLOW (half-speed) TUTORIAL video onto my YouTube channel.

    You might have tried learning from other basic, rudimentary tutorials. Now, try these comprehensive and FULL song tutorials covering everything - showing keyboard notes using accurate and expressive playing along with all the dynamics to make it sound as natural as the original song. This is a very COMPLEX, special and beautiful song with a smart and seamless FUSION of multiple scales/ragas into a single song!! There are a lot of surprise notes and twists in the song that you will come to know when you play it back :)



    The NORMAL speed instrumental cover song is posted below. If you practice the above SLOW song, it would eventually sound like the one below (!! :)) because both are created from the same project except for their playback speeds:



    Original Tempo: 137 BPM
    Time Signature: 4/4

    More cover song tutorials on my YouTube channel at - YouTube.com/MobileMusic

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    Please let me know how you liked this slow tutorial...

    Cheers!

    Shekar Reddy - Mobile Music channel
    శేకర్ రెడ్డి - మొబైల్ మ్యూజిక్ చానెల్
     

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    #1 MobileMusic, Sep 23, 2018
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  2. MobileMusic

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    Just so you know, as this song is a bit faster than a dance beat at 137 BPM, I've uploaded SLOW (half-speed) version of the video to play along and practice comfortably. I suggest that you start with SLOW version and graduate NORMAL speed so the progress is gradual and natural. Also note that accuracy is more important than speed and speed will come with practice. So, the fastest way to learn is to practice as slowly as possible and shoot for accuracy. Songs sound great when they are accurate with all the variations and dynamics included.

    When you master this song using one of these slow versions, your rendition should sound like the one in NORMAL speed version linked in the above post [​IMG]

    Cheers!

    Shekar
     
    #2 MobileMusic, Sep 23, 2018
    Last edited: Oct 5, 2018
  3. MobileMusic

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    I've re-uploaded a SHORT version of the SLOW tutorial as the 2nd half is just repetition of the first half with some minor variations:



    Hope this helps you...

    Shekar
     
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