Some of my favorite EWI videos. Enjoy!
Jeff Kashiwa explains and demonstrates the Akai EWI4000s to an appreciative audience. A little loopstation fun, with some Telemann and then a smooth-jazz tune.
EWI specialist Bernie Kenerson does cool stuff with an EWI hooked up to a vocoder.
Japanese woodwind player Masato Honda.
British saxophonist and EWI player Alistair Parnell provides some nice instructional videos. I found this one particularly useful, but you really should check out the whole series.
“Wergythu,” aka Seth Block, takes it easy on the couch with his EWI and a looper. (This video doesn’t allow embedding, so you’ll have to click through to YouTube to watch.)
And of course we have to finish with Michael Brecker, who, unsurprisingly, does some mind-blowing stuff and makes it look easy. Trust me, you need to watch this one beginning to end.
2 thoughts on “YouTubeage: Cool EWI videos”
Awesome series of videos! I have an old WX7 which I had more time to mess with.
Thanks for sharing.
It’s really an amazing series of videos. I’m just a beginner on the EWI and I really love what you can do with it.
BTW, does anybody know, which sound Jeff is using for his funky looping part in the first video? It might be a patchman sound or something like that. I’d really like to know how to build this sound, it is absolutely awesome!
And many thanks for the video list ;-)