FAQ

Where can I download sheet music?

-All the arrangements I have are available for download on musicnotes.com. MIDI files are available for free download on my website.

What instruments do you use?

Yamaha P-120, Yamaha P-155, Kawai MP-11, Roland FA-08, Nord C2D (for pipe organ sounds).

What computer programs do you use to record and write sheet music?

I use Logic Pro X to master tracks so it sounds like what you hear in the albums I publish. I also use this application to export all the MIDI files that you can download on my website. For the YouTube videos, I don’t use any crazy program. I simply use the footage and put them together in iMovie, the app that comes already installed on the Mac. For the transcribing the sheet music, I use a program called Finale. Works very well for me and has for many years.

What camera do you use?

As of 2018, I used the GoPro Hero 4 Silver.

How do you record music?

I use the keyboard’s record feature to record the song. I then transfer the audio using a USB audio interface. (Scarlett Focusrite 2i4 is what I use and I’ve been using it for years.) I use that interface to record the sound from the keyboard into either Audacity or Logic Pro X. I then master the track by adding compression/amplification/reverb, stuff like that.

When I was still uploading to YouTube, I recorded myself playing the song, then I add the track to match what I was playing. Done!


One Comment on “FAQ

  1. I really want the sheet of “perfect day”, but it seems to need some kinds of permission to download. Can you give me the link?

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