Playing Bass With Teagan & The Tweeds
I had a blast playing Bass with Teagan & The Tweeds this weekend! This video is from a show we played on 4/16/2011 at Johnny’s Irish Pub in Rochester, N.Y. In it were playing an original tune called “He Gotta Go” To learn more about the BEST band I’ve ever had the pleasure of Recording, Producing, & Playing In, check out their website: http://www.teaganandthetweeds.com
Mike Deiure Plays Some Piano
So I got started in music not on guitar but Piano! I played from 2nd grade all the way up until college. I learned a really cool tune by Yanni called “Marching Season” and in this video I make an attempt at playing it for you. Keep in mind I have not played in awhile so my chops were pretty stale. I had access to a really nice keyboard while a band I was working with had their gear in my studio. So check it out….
RGPTV#6-The New Recording Studio Is Done!
So after months and months of scraping, sanding, painting, building, cutting, screwing and any other construction adjective you can think of… The new recording studio if FINALLY DONE! Here’s a video to give you a quick tour and you get to watch a little bit of the first jam session that went down with Ryan Barclay on drums: Here’s a link to check out a bunch of pictures I took. Check out the before and after! Bob Villa ain’t got nothing on me!: http://www.facebook.com/album.php?aid=2108921&id=1180644392&l=e2bf5aab26
An Easy Way To Understand Key Signatures
I was working with a student recently and got into the discussion of key signatures. The student was a beginner and had heard of key signature but didn’t really understand anything about them. So to help them out I told them this: You can think of key signatures as scales. In a way they are the same thing. By this I mean when we say that a song is in the key of “C Major” then the song is based on the C Major scale. If you have heard or seen my lesson on Harmonic Structure (it’s in the paid…
Mike Deiure Performance – Double Stops
Here is a video of me performing an original song I wrote called “Double Stops”. This is a really fun, straight up Rock Instrumental tune. You can hear studio recordings of this as well as other original tunes by going here: https://www.rockguitarpower.com/listen-to-mikes-music
The Storm – Mike Deiure
Here is a video of me performing a classical guitar piece I wrote called “The Storm”. I actually wrote this piece a long time ago but it is still one of my favorites to play. Check it out and let me know what you think! *There is a little static noise in the recording but it does not last for long
Mike Deiure Live Performance
So I recently got the itch to get out and perform some of my tunes. It’s been awhile but it felt awesome to rock out for a crowd. These videos were taken from an open mic I playe at Lovin Cup in Rochester, NY Check them out and leave a comment if you dig them. The videos were shot on my friends iPhone so if you want to see them better be sure to maximize them. Double Stops: Far From The Middle Of East: Kamakazi: You can hear the full studio recordings of all these, plus some other songs of…
Desperately Odd Measures – Mike Deiure
Here is a video of me performing one of my songs called “Desperately Odd Measures”. This is a stripped down version of the full studio recording. You can hear the studio version by going here: http://rockguitarpower.com/listen-to-mikes-music Let me know what you think by leaving comments below the video. Enjoy!
RGPTV#5-New Guitar Melody & Using Effects
Hey everyone, It’s been a little while since the last video but I got some really cool new stuff to show you with this song. I created some new chord progressions, rhythms and melodies. I also started using some guitar effects, like reverb and delay, on the melody guitar. I’m a big fan of using effects to thicken up the sound and gain some inspiration. In this video I’m going to show you all the new parts as well as how they go together Enjoy!