Last night, I did an Instagram live about how to play the piano.
In it, I introduced a new kind of music called KorMusic. It's like regular classical music, only better.
KorMusic is the result of my many hours practicing, performing, and collaborating with other musicians. It solves all kinds of problems, such as:
How to stay in tempo (e.g., with a metronome or a conductor).
How to untie physical knots (e.g., fingers getting tangled up).
How to untie mental knots (e.g., overthinking, perfectionism, stage fright).
How to sight-read quickly and accurately enough.
How to play as fast or as slow as you want (and how to make good compromises that will allow you to shift smoothly between tempos).
It's based on mindfulness and acceptance, which sounds like weird hippie shit but isn't (unfortunately, the hippies got there first).
At first glance, it may seem like KorMusic is a parody, but it's not. KorMusic is serious business.
However, in order to go under the radar, you sometimes have to pretend to be a comedian. The alternative is too terrifying to contemplate.