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What’s up my piano friends!! I’m Zach Evans and in the Piano Superhuman I’m going to teach you the piano tips, strategies, and tactics used by world class piano players that YOU can implement in your own practicing. If you’re interested in learning how to play piano, these strategies will help you get the most out of each practice session and take your playing to the next level. Whether you take piano lessons, or learn piano online yourself, it’s a huge benefit to learn from the experience o ...
 
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Dr. Mario Ajero shows how to fix the pitch of the Zoom H4n Handy Recorder when used as a USB external microphone or audio interface on a Mac computer. Making sure the frequencies match on both the device and the Mac's Audio MIDI setup is the key to making your voice not sound like a chipmunk in both recording and online lessons.…
 
Sharon retired and picked up piano - she's been playing for a year now and is having a TON of success! She completely debunks the myth that "you can't learn piano when you're older" and has been killin it on the keys. In the episode we go over her mindset, how she memorizes music, how she warms up her fingers at an old age, how she overcame hands t…
 
Getting that darn left and right hand to work together is a HUGE struggle for a lot of beginner piano learners. But it doesn't have to be. EVERYONE goes through it, but there's a way around it that works every time. It's an 8-Step process that'll destroy any Hands Together issues you have in their tracks!…
 
Dr. Mario Ajero shows how to compress videos into smaller file sizes optimized for online delivery. As teachers and students shift to online classes and lessons due to the COVID-19 pandemic, it has become more apparent that if we want to exchange video files of our lectures/lessonsand students’ assignment submissions, we need to be able to make the…
 
A lot of people think that sightreading is ONE skill, but in reality it's a combination of FOUR subskills. So the fastest way to boost your sightreading is to isolate each of the four subskills, learn them really well, and then put them together. This kind of method, and implementing the "Sightreading Workout Plan" can give you a huge boost in your…
 
Alecia is an experienced piano teacher I met back when I lived in Nashville. We talk about a lot of cool things in the interview, including the importance of recording yourself (for PRACTICE purposes), learning good technique (and scales!), and slowing way down when you practice. Enjoy!By Zach Evans
 
Fabian's a piano student who really put the effort into the Play by Ear Exercises- and it's paying off! He's learned to play by ear in no time by following the system, doing the exercises, and seeing the results. We also talk about other strategies he uses, like learning arpeggios and his practice routine.…
 
There's a new way piano is being taught to kids - and Gina, my guest today, has a ton of experience with it. This new system from the "Let's Play Music" uses many non-traditional methods for kids to learn not just piano, but really the concepts of music. For more info you can go here: https://www.letsplaymusicsite.com/…
 
I love the attitude of this Piano Superhuman Student. His name's Ken, and he's 68 years old an excited to learn! We talk about all the success he's had so far, especially when using the Hands Together Domination exercises and overcoming hands coordination issues, as well as using systematic practice structures.…
 
Staying motivated is absolutely critical to getting good at piano. But a lot of people confuse the different types of motivation, and especially "motivation vs inspiration." The problem, is some of these types of motivation are short term. So they give you a fleeting feeling of motivation that quickly disappears the next day. In this episode we tal…
 
This is one of the most interesting interviews I've had. Here I interview Joey, on topics like: Is our current Treble-Bass clef system actually the best way to notate music? What is Spaced Repetition Learning and how can we use it to help our memorization? Routines and exercises for learning chords. Anyway, this is an interesting one! Enjoy.…
 
We've all been there... where we're stuck on a plateau and feel like we're just "spinning our wheels" and not getting anywhere with our practicing. Luckily, there are strategies to help you bust through those plateaus, and eliminate that annoying frustration that goes along with being stuck. Simple strategies like "Microburst Practicing" and The Sl…
 
Peter Johnston (owner of the Epic Piano Arrangements YouTube Channel) shares his top strategies for teaching and learning piano. He currently has 60 in-person students (WOW) and has a lot of awesome info to share on how to learn piano more efficiently and get over your sticking points.You can find out more about his channel here: https://www.youtub…
 
The absolutely inspiring story of Andrea, a 49 year old pianist who got in a car accident, and has only been playing for a year, using the Piano Superhuman lessons. The progress she’s made is incredible. If you’re looking for some motivation, this is the episode for you.By Zach Evans
 
In this episode I interview Rebeccah Harrold the chief pianist for the Boston Ballet (WOW!). We’ll talk about strategies she uses to overcome performance anxiety during shows, how to overcome excuses when you practice, and how to make it in the music industry and actually get paying gigs.By Zach Evans
 
Welcome to the Piano Superhuman podcast! This episode will be about exactly how this podcast is going to help you learn piano faster. You'll also find out the TRUE story about my personal piano journey (its a lot darker than you might think, I actually almost cry in the episode…) and the juicy details on how the podcast is set up and how it’s going…
 
What is “Scientific Practicing”?? In this episode I take a deep dive into the specifics of how we can apply the Scientific Method to practicing, taking advantage of what we know about how the brain works to get even more out of each practice session (this one is IMPORTANT!)By Zach Evans
 
This 18-year old kid (Rodolfo) never had a teacher, proving you can learn piano online completely on your own. He tells the story of how he started playing the “Secret Sauce Left Hand Pattern” at a public piano at Costco… drew a crowd and dang near shut the place down!! It’s a pretty motivating story...…
 
Jonny Sterling. This guy does it all. He does piano gigs all over town, he has over 30 students, he does some studio work, he’s a guest lecturer at Colorado University, AND a music director. He has a TON of wisdom to share, including the story (and strategy) of how he learned 40 songs in a mere 2 days for a last minute gig he had coming up.…
 
Very motivating story about Robert, a guy who took up piano after an injury… and went from complete beginner to playing for his church by ear, which helped him get over his shyness. Sometimes things that seem like a curse are actually a blessing. We’ll also get into how to drill relaxation, rock-solid technique, and some details about playing for c…
 
Learn piano faster, easier, and better than ever before. The Piano Superhuman podcast details the tactics and strategies to take your piano game to the next level. We'll talk about the Accelerated Learning Techniques that will boost your practice efficiency and multiply your progress. Don't miss out on all the essential piano information.…
 
Come on, it's lovely weather for piano together with you! Here's a 4-hand piano duet arrangment of "Sleigh Ride" performed by Olivia and Mario Ajero. This arrangement comes from the online music library of Piano Marvel but can also be downloaded digitally here: https://www.sheetmusicplus.com/title/sleigh-ride-digital-sheet-music/19816817?aff_id=198…
 
6-year-old Olivia Ajero plays this jazzy piano arrangement of "Santa Claus Is Comin' To Town" by Phillip Keveren from "More Christmas Piano Solos for All Piano Methods Level 4" from the Hal Leonard Student Piano Library. She is playing with the digital audio accompaniment that comes from the enhanced CD that comes with the book: http://www.sheetmus…
 
Somewhere In My Memory from the motion picture Home Alone performed on piano by 6-year-old Olivia Ajero. Composed by John Williams, this arrangement by Mona Rejino comes from "More Christmas Piano Solos Level 5" published by Hal Leonard. The enhanced CD comes with digital audio and MIDI accompaniments. Learn more at: http://www.halleonard.com/piano…
 
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