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Gabriel Aldort

Gabriel Aldort

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Currently residing in Manhattan, Gabriel Aldort began his musical journey in Topanga, California - at the age of 6 - sitting alongside his Dad at the piano. Growing up, he was influenced by a number of styles and artists, ranging from Stevie Wonder and Ray Charles to Billy Joel and Elton John. As a New York City-sponsored subway musician, Gabriel can be found performing regularly throughout the subway system as part of Music Under New York. Today, he continues to juggle a schedule of musical diversity, including scoring, teaching and performing all manner of events.

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What do you get when the world’s largest manufacturer of musical instruments (that’s us!) and the world’s largest distributor of sheet music team up to create something fun and unique? The answer is YOU ARE THE ARTIST, a collaboration between

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Welcome to the first of a series of blog postings from Gabriel Aldort dedicated to strengthening your understanding of Genos, our flagship Digital Workstation keyboard.   There are a total of seven fingering modes offered by Genos, but the deepest and

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Welcome back to Genos Power Playing! This is the first of a two-part series on MIDI recording — a powerful feature that allows you to quickly capture musical ideas as well as do complex multi-track recordings. Before we get started,

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Welcome back to Genos Power Playing and the second of our two-part series on MIDI recording. In Part One, we focused on using Quick Recording mode, which is great for capturing ideas since Genos

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Welcome! This month’s installment of our Genos Power Playing series of blog postings is all about something called assignment. The standard definition of the word in most dictionaries goes something like this: “To allocate (as in a job or duty).” When most people

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