Jordan dives into rhythm like nobody else can. With his amazing communication skills, he makes the complexities of advanced rhythmic techniques simple and understandable. This course, with its vast collection of online exercises, keyboard closeups and huge downloadable companion PDF, is a valuable resource to anyone who is looking to explore and expand their rhythmic universe.
We travelled to the keyboard king, Jordan Rudess’ private studio, with three cameras in tow, to bring you this deep exploration of modern rhythmic techniques. Jordan is not just a master musician, he is also a dedicated and thoughtful teacher who loves to share his musical knowledge with the world! That’s why we are thrilled to bring this exclusive course to our members!
So if you’re an instrumentalist, composer, producer or music teacher… this course is for you. If you compose rock, electronic, classical music or film scores… this course is for you, too! This "Jordan Rudess: Rhythm Explored" course is for everybody who wants to expand their musical command of rhythm!
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Itzhak Yaron wrote on April 14, 2016
I took this course quite a few weeks ago. Downloaded the exercises, and actually practiced them! It forever changed my composition, and listening. Using my BFD3 drum virtual instrument gives me the lab needed to explore those rather complex polirythems.
Priceless. Great course
Jimboy Edwards wrote on October 5, 2015
This was by far the most interesting and inspirational tutorial I have taken so far and I have taken many. Jordan is such an awesome and talented keyboardist and musician. The way he explains and demonstrates the many rhythms by counting time was so revealing. I have often felt these rhythms but never actually thought about time signatures. Thanks Jordan for opening my eyes to Rhythm.
Joshua wrote on September 9, 2015
Great course, and really great instruction. I'm a total beginner musician and the material is conveyed in a very understandable and useful manner. Also, really impressed by Jordan's mad piano skills. My only issue is a bit of motion nausea from the aerial view :-)