Keyboard Magazine - December 2016 - Eddie Jobson
The December 2016 issue features Eddie Jobson
Eddie Jobson raised the bar for keyboardists, everywhere, during his tenure in UK, and through his work in some of rock's most progressive bands-Curved Air, Roxy Music, Yes, Frank Zappa, and Jethro Tull, among them. In this interview, Johnson talks about pushing the boundaries of technology, maintaining a solo career, and returning to the stage after nearly three decades.
Jazz/Classical: Grammy-nominated in 2009 in the Best Classical Crossover category for his work The Othello Syndrome, pianist Uri Caine has built a career fusing genres in fascinating ways.
Prog Rock: Synth ace Eric Norlander returns with a new solo release, Surreal.
Hip-Hop: Junius Bervine tells us what it takes play with superstars such as Kendrick Lamar, Common, and Pharrell Williams.
Jazz:Five ways to play like organist Don Patterson
Blues: Scott Healy gets down to the basics of rock and jazz approaches to blues piano.
Pop/Rock: Clifford Carter offers tips on playing realistic strong parts from your keyboard.
The Art of Synth Soloing - Three classic solos played by Eddie Johnson with UK and Zappa.
Sound Design - Design your own CZ-101-style wavetables with Xfer Records Serum.
Analog Synth - Tom Oberheim TVS-Pro
Virtual Instrument Waves Electric 88
APP - Virsyn Addictive Pro for iPad
Synthesizer/Vocoder - Korg's microKorg S
Fab Dupont offers five ways to enhance your soft synth mojo.
Online Now! Tr our Weekend Chops Builders: classic techniques, lesson and warm-up from past issues of Keyboard.