(Video) Better Sounding Piano Chords

How to make basic piano chords sound better

Worship Artistry keyboard instructor, Ryan King shows you how to take basic chords to the next level with inversions and voicing.

Learn to chord like a pro from Ryan.

 

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Ryan is currently the Worship Director at The Church at Wills Creek in North Alabama. He has been the keyboardist for many Christian artists and has served with several churches including Christ Fellowship and Church of the Highlands. Ryan is the keyboard instructor for WorshipArtistry.com and also works as a producer, music educator, and studio musician. Ryan has two children, Josiah and Vivy, and they love spending time on their 100 acre farm.

(Video) Better Sounding Piano Chords

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Voicing, guitar and keyboard playing together , sus chords

Hi Ryan, I am writing you from Germany.
Should the guitar player and the piano player agree which voicing they play especially when they use a lot of sus chords ans other “special disharmonic” chords.
The idea behind why I am asking is, it may sound bright and even if you play alone but what when other instruments coming in and they play their own stuff ?
Blessings
Stefanie

You can but you don't

You can but you don't necessarily have to agree on 'voicings' as long as the primary chords are the same. If the chord is an 'Emaj2', then everyone should most likely play that. If you wanted to add the 3rd of the chord along with the 2nd, you could to add some color, but it's not going the change the overall structure of the chord.