Learn how to play FAVORITE MISTAKE by GIVĒON in this week's piano tutorial.

  1. are there more variations to the chords? it feels quite repetitive.

    • Hi Michael! As long as you keep feeling the rhythm in 4/4, you can always add your own rhythmic variations. For example, you can play the left hand on 1 and 3 and the right on 2 and 4, or viceversa, or anything you may come up with and you like.

      You can also duplicate notes (for example, on 00:43 you can add another D on top on the RH, having D-A-D, or at 00:46 you can play C-G-C instead of just C-G).

      And also there’s the possibility to “invert” the chords! For example, when you have three notes on the right hand (00:49), you can play the middle one and the top one where they are, and the lowest one an octave higher. That way, instead of C-Eb-A, you could play Eb-A-C’. Or even A-C’-Eb’, if you want to add a second inversion.

      In short, as long as the notes you play are the same, it doesn’t matter how many times and in which octave(s) you play them.

      I hope this comment gives you something nice to investigate about!

      MG Team

  2. Could you do the a tutorial on the official acoustic version posted?

    • We’ll look into it! Thanks for the suggestion 🙂

      – MG Team

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