Adictum Piano & Synths

We have put together a quick and easy method to learn to play piano and keyboards, for those who are anxious to know the modern techniques that follow the current music tendencies.

Anyone who wants to learn to play with a band and accompany other instruments, or play piano and sing at the same time, or compose and record their own music would greatly benefit from a more contemporary approach at learning.

We are talking about a modern system which is designed for students who want to play in a band and play chords, rhythms, and riffs.

Adictum Piano & Synths has come up with a super quick method, with short videos to learn and practice the keyboard and contemporary piano.

This system is based on chord progressions which progressively teaches the ability to improvise with chords with both hands.

After you have completed this program, the final result will be positively surprising as you are able to recognize and play most of the common chords in all of their positions.

Module Details

  • 1. Exercise 1: C Chord (1:27)
  • 2. Exercise 1 Live (0:33)
  • 3. Exercise 2: G Chord (0:56)
  • 4. Exercise 2 Live (0:33)
  • 5. Exercise 3: F Chord (0:49)
  • 6. Exercise 3 Live (0:36)
  • 7. Exercise 4: A Minor Chord (0:33)
  • 8. Exercise 4 Live (0:15)
  • 9. Exercise 5: D Minor Chord (0:32)
  • 10. Exercise 5 Live (0:15)
  • 11. Exercise 6: Chord Progression and Triplets (1:04)
  • 12. Exercise 6 Live (0:35)
  • 13. Exercise 7: G7 Chord, Two Notes on Left Hand (1:15)
  • 14. Exercise 7 Live (0:29)
  • 15. Exercise 8: D Chord (0:34)
  • 16. Exercise 8 Live (0:17)
  • 17. Exercise 9: E Minor Chord, Octaves on Left Hand (1:08)
  • 18. Exercise 9 Live (0:47)
  • 19. Exercise 10: Bm, Fifth Chords on Left Hand (1:18)
  • 20. Exercise 10 Live (0:37)
  • 21. Exercise 11: Arpeggios (0:44)
  • 22. Exercise 11 Live (0:32)
  • 23. Exercise 12: A and D7 Chords, Two Chords Each Bar (0:53)
  • 24. Exercise 12 Live (0:20)
  • 25. Exercise 13: Arpeggio on Left Hand, F#m and A7 Chords (1:34)
  • 26. Exercise 13 Live (0:55)
  • 27. Exercise 14: Rhythm of 3/4 (0:43)
  • 28. Exercise 14 Live (0:42)
  • 29. Exercise 15: C Sharp Minor and E Chords (0:54)
  • 30. Exercise 15 Live (0:24)
  • 31. Exercise 16: Diminished Chords (0:41)
  • 32. Exercise 16 Live (0:20)
  • 33. Exercise 17: F#dim (0:53)
  • 34. Exercise 17 Live (0:29)
  • 35. Exercise 18: Gm Chord (0:47)
  • 36. Exercise 18 Live (0:26)
  • 37. Exercise 19: B Flat and C7 Chords (0:44)
  • 38. Exercise 19 Live (0:22)
  • 39. Exercise 20: Intermediate Arpeggios (0:55)
  • 40. Exercise 20 Live (0:39)
  • 41. Exercise 21: Suspended Chords (0:44)
  • 42. Exercise 21 Live (0:40)
  • 43. Exercise 22: Chromatic Bass Line (1:00)
  • 44. Exercise 22 Live (0:51)
  • 45. Exercise 23: Left Hand Arpeggios and B7 Chord (0:44)
  • 46. Exercise 23 Live (0:19)
  • 47. Exercise 24: B Chord, Left Hand Bass Line (0:38)
  • 48. Exercise 24 Live (0:19)
  • 49. Exercise 25: Arpeggio Exercises (0:57)
  • 50. Exercise 25 Live (0:23)
  • 51. Exercise 26: Standard Rhythmic Accompaniment (1:08)
  • 52. Exercise 26 Live (0:55)
  • 53. Exercise 27: B7 Chord, Arpeggio and Rhythm Combo (1:06)
  • 54. Exercise 27 Live (0:37)
  • 55. Exercise 28: Arpeggios Using Sus4 Chords (0:41)
  • 56. Exercise 28 Live (0:56)
  • 57. Exercise 29: Advanced Rhythmic Accompaniment (0:37)
  • 58. Exercise 29 Live (0:20)
  • 59. Exercise 30: Intermediate Arpeggios Using Sus4 Chords (0:56)
  • 60. Exercise 30 Live (0:33)
  • 61. Exercise 31: Augmented Chords, Chromatic Bass Line (1:06)
  • 62. Exercise 31 Live (0:41)
  • 63. Exercise 32: Accompaniment with Augmented Chords (1:43)
  • 64. Exercise 32 Live (1:03)
  • 65. Exercise 33: Developing Hand Independence (0:51)
  • 66. Exercise 33 Live (0:53)
  • 67. Exercise 34: Different Rhythms on Both Hands (1:20)
  • 68. Exercise 34 Live (0:50)
  • 69. Exercise 35: Cycle of Fourths (0:54)
  • 70. Exercise 35 Live (0:54)
  • 71. Exercise 36: Cycle of Fifths (0:59)
  • 72. Exercise 36 Live (0:40)
  • 73. Exercise 37: Cycle of Fifths in Minor Chords (1:37)
  • 74. Exercise 37 Live (0:56)
  • 75. Exercise 38: Sixth Chords (1:18)
  • 76. Exercise 38 Live (0:42)
  • 77. Exercise 39: Major and Minor Seventh Chords (1:04)
  • 78. Exercise 39 Live (0:36)
  • 79. Exercise 40: Progressions with M7 and m7 Chords (0:56)
  • 80. Exercise 40 Live (0:38)
  • 81. Exercise 41: Arpeggio Without Specific Pattern (1:08)
  • 82. Exercise 41 Live (0:34)
  • 83. Exercise 42: Standard Arpeggios (0:44)
  • 84. Exercise 42 Live (0:33)
  • 85. Exercise 43: Advanced Arpeggio Form (0:59)
  • 86. Exercise 43 Live (1:02)
  • 87. Exercise 44: Accompaniment Using Various Types of Chords (1:02)
  • 88. Exercise 44 Live (0:41)
  • 89. Exercise 45: Advanced Rhythmic Patterns and Arpeggios (1:39)
  • 90. Exercise 45 Live (0:53)
  • 91. Exercise 46: Advanced Accompaniment and Chords (0:54)
  • 92. Exercise 46 Live (0:24)
  • 93. Exercise 47: Advanced Chords Using Hand Independence (1:08)
  • 94. Exercise 47 Live (0:44)
  • 95. Exercise 48: Left Hand Octaves Descending Chromatically (1:01)
  • 96. Exercise 48 Live (0:54)
  • 97. Exercise 49: Standard Rhythmic Piano Rock (0:53)
  • 98. Exercise 49 Live (1:20)
  • 99. Exercise 50: Advanced Standard Arpeggio Pattern (1:08)
  • 100. Exercise 50 Live (1:10)
  • 101. Bonus: Left Hand Exercise (1:18)
  • 102. Bonus: Rhythmic Training (13:12)
  • 103. Bonus: Scales 1 (1:12)
  • 104. Bonus: Scales 2 (0:59)
  • 105. Bonus: Scales 3 (0:51)
  • 106. Bonus: Scales 4 (0:50)
  • 107. Bonus: Scales 5 (0:42)
  • 108. Bonus: Scales 6 (0:44)
  • 109. Bonus: Scales 7 (0:49)
Author Jaime
Contains Videos, PDFs
Format Streaming
Length over 90 minutes
Level Beginners - Intermediate
Provider Adictum
Price $57.67

Customer Reviews

Reviewed by Zack Grimes from Los Angeles, California

Adictum has really benefited me since it was a quick and easy way to learn keyboards. The videos were what I needed to be able to see how to play chords and rhythms, especially since I knew a few chords but I didn't really know how to play them. I would recommend this to any of my friends who want to learn keyboard.

December 2012
Reviewed by Brianna Stephens from Bristol, England

I'm pretty new at learning the keyboard and hope to eventually be able to play with a band. I was really excited when I got Adictum Piano & Synths. I've been learning lots of chord progressions which are like little pieces of songs and that help you when you want to learn how to play other songs. This is a really cool method.....plus it's fun and easy to follow.

December 2012
  

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