3 Simple Tools To Take Your Favorite Songs To The Next Level!

  Simple Syncopation
  Melodic Gap Fillers
  Creative Chord Voicing

Enjoy Song From: John Denver, Billy Joel, Elton John, Hymns, Elvis Presley, Hillsong, Louis Armstrong, Whitney Houston, Eric Clapton, Bruno Mars, Neil Diamond, Carrie Underwood, Israel Houghton, Shania Twain, The Beatles, Leonard Cohen, Modern Worship, etc.

Dear (Adult) Pianist,

HOW can you put your head knowledge into actual playing?

Will you EVER break free from that robotic left hand?

Will drilling scales EVER change how you sound on the piano?

These are all amazing questions... that literally nobody has the answer to.

Wouldn't it be great if someone finally could come along and show you...

 to play with creative left hand rhythms...

HOW to unlock more flow while playing in a casual way...

And HOW to ensure you master the foundation to sounding really good...

And Do It All In Songs YOU Are Excited About Learning?

You in?

If you are, then read on...

Because you’ll find three things on this page. 

Firstly → The special "doo doos & tapping" method I developed with 100's of my personal adult students to help coordinate your hands QUICKLY...and help you learn how to use simple syncopation to fill out songs you love.

Secondly â†’ If the "doo doos & tapping" method gets you quick results, I'd like to invite you into my "ImprovPianoTips Song Vault" that my team and I are beta testing right now.

Thirdly â†’ A quick video example of how to enhance your favorite songs.


Before we get ahead of ourselves...

You *Definitely* Don't Have
Problems Playing The Same Boring Way In Your Songs

Let me explain. Problems playing the same boring way in your songs isn't the issue... it's robotic left hand rhythm problems.

It's creative problems. And it's flowing problems.

So if you've ever tried to play your FAVORITE songs and just defaulted to the boring way you always play...you have a rhythm, creativity and flowing problem... even though it looks and feels like you're just a boring piano player.

So allow me to run you through a few small questions and scenarios:

  •  Do you learn new concepts in songs you love to play?

     Are you focusing on left hand rhythm to create flow in your songs?

     Do you know what to do in a song when the melody line stops for a few beats?

      Are you humming or tapping when you practice?

     Are you effective with your chord voicing?

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If you answered NO to any of these questions, I'll triple guarantee your problems playing the same songs with boring patterns is coming from a poor perception of music and HOW to practice to get un-stuck...

The Answer?

3. Little. Shifts.

But *DON'T* Use The Wrong One

See, depending on how long you've been playing...

It's make or break.

ESPECIALLY since you're most likely feeling discouraged with how your piano songs sound already.

It's simple. I want you to implement these into your favorite songs:

  •  Simple Syncopation
     Melodic Gap Fillers

     Creative Chord Voicing

In fact, if you could practice each of these 3 little areas for just one minute each, you'd 10x the speed of your results. I've tested it with students.

And the crazy thing is, classical training doesn't touch on any of these areas =(

But First, Who am I?

And Why Should You Even Be Listening To Me?

Nice to meet you! My name is Nik.

I'm a piano teacher with a Civil Engineering degree (just in case I couldn't do music for a living).

I'm also a YouTuber, Church pianist, twin Dad and husband of 6 years to my sweet Lily.

Since early high school, I've been teaching adults how flow, improvise and play freely on the piano. In fact, the way I've gotten 237,000+ subscribers and 18 MILLION views on  YouTube...

And over 23,174 enrolled students on my website is...

...through my unique FOCUS on simple syncopation, creative chord voicing & melodic fillers to embellish your playing.

And after teaching my personal adult students, thousands online, playing in Church, and writing music professionally, I realized something...

I was teaching people these amazing tools in songs they have NO INTEREST in playing...

That's a huge problem...

So, I created this song vault.

Because, the best way to master these tools, is to learn them in songs you know and love.

Songs that you're excited to learn.

Songs that will motivate you. 

Not random songs you barely know...

Here's What I'm Talking About...

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So here's what I've found works the FASTEST to achieve this...

Use This When Everyone Else QUITS Lessons...

Yet You're Enjoying Playing Your Favorite Songs, With Full Rhythm, Melodic Gap Fillers & Creative Chord Voicing...

Take a look at the image below, and really study it.

In fact, read these words with me because I'm going to walk you through the entire protocol from A-Z.

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You'll see that simple syncopation, melodic gap fillers & creative chord voicing are ALL accounted for - like we've spoken about:

This is Where We Get Into The "MeatNPotatoes" Of Enhancing Your Favorite Songs...

Enhancing your songs is achieved with the following formula:

  •    A Song You Love + Brief Tutorial + Immediate Application

Essentially we can now agree on the following:

If you focus on: Simple syncopation, chord voicing and melodic gap fillers in songs you know and love...then you will "break-free from the same boring way you play"

Each one of these needs to be in sync with each other. But that's the best part. 

Whilst that may sound difficult to achieve, it's not.

That's because they actually feed each other.

  •     It's difficult NOT to start feeling your music when you have creative chord voicings
    It's difficult NOT to be creative and solo when you can finally feel your syncopation
        It's difficult NOT to have a smooth flowing sound when you master melodic gap fillers

  Wait, Let's Hear it ?

"Song Vault Students" In Action...

Here's Jasen playing "Tears in Heaven" by Eric Clapton...with simple syncopation, melodic gap fillers and chord voicing...
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Here's what we need to focus on though. Jasen was stalled.

He'd taken lessons for a few months and got nowhere. Feeling like something was missing, Jasen decided to give my syncopation, chord voicing and melodic gap fillers a shot.

The rest is history...

Here's what Aaron accomplished in a few month:

Hymnal: "Something About That Name"
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My students are war-torn  With no structure, organization, and process.

Left hand rhythm is a mess. Chord voicing is non-existent. Melodic fillers are deteriorating. There is no strategy other than practicing an hour a day and using sheet music.

Fast-forward one year after joining my song vault and learning in songs "they enjoy" my students are sharing their results:

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We're back in business, with enhancing favorites songs being the name of the game.

We're enjoying playing freely and using rhythm to fill out songs.

And the best part? We just applied the "Powerful 3 Tools" and we're off to the (enjoying playing piano) races.

Simple Syncopation + Melodic Gap Fillers + Chord Voicing + Learning In Songs You Enjoy and here we are:

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So why not you?

Choose a genre to get started:

Country/Country Western:

   John Denver
    Shania Twain
   Willie Nelson
   Kenny Rogers
   Reba McEntire
   Carrie Underwood
   George Strait
   Johnny Cash

Rock Classics/Pop:

   Billy Joel
    The Beatles
   Elton John
   Bruno Mars
   Elvis Presley
   Niel Diamond
   Leonard Cohen
   Whitney Houston

Worship, Gospel, Hymns & Jazz:

   Church Hymns
    Modern Worship
   Israel Houghton
   Louis Armstrong
   Hezekiah Walker
   Cory Henry

*If you're going to learn how to use these tools successfully, you need to learn in songs you enjoy - choose a genre to get started.


Here's What I Figured Out: "My Students Learn Best When They Learn These 3 Tools In Songs They Love"

Now here's the deal...

If you're going to learn how to use these tools successfully, you need to learn in songs you enjoy - choose a genre below!

Country/Country Western:

   John Denver
    Shania Twain
   Willie Nelson
   Kenny Rogers
   Reba McEntire
   Carrie Underwood
   George Strait
   Johnny Cash