Ask @LucasKingPiano:

I'm a fan of your compositions, I was just learning a composition of yours called "espera" and it was on your second channel, and I saw that the videos had been erased, and well, my question is ... why did you erase them? ? well thanks for reading and I await your answer :)

Hey!
I didn't delete them, YouTube did. They marked my second channel as spam and removed it.
I don't remember any composition called Espera though

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Point number 1: Why are you so perfect? Point number 2: Would you marry me? (Just kidding, we have to be couple first ... I'm still kidding, hehe) Serious question: Have you had mental blocks? Love you.♡ I'm sorry for my English, it's not my mother tongue :3

Ume [梅]
Sure lets get married! =p
Not really, I rarely have mental blocks, I guess I'm quite lucky with when it comes to that. Your English is perfect!

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To be honest, i've never really liked piano music before i came across your music, i cant really get enough of it^^ it inspires me to create my own music, art, books, thank you, really^^ I was wondering, why did you start to play piano? What or who inspires you if there's anything/one?^^

I'm glad you like my music! My little sister was bought a keyboard and I started teaching myself, I was 10 at the time. Not really any reason in particular, me and piano just fit really.

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Hello there! Congratulations for your music. What would it be your suggestion to a guy that is trying to find his own space on youtube with his original compositions? It seems so hard to get some fanbase!

Thank you! Just keep at it, it takes a long time to build a fanbase. Stay determined and be consistent and the people will come that's guaranteed.
What's your channel?

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Could you tell me how you record your piano pieces so quickly? When I try to record something I compose, I make so many mistakes that I have to keep practicing the piece for about a week or two before I can record an almost perfect version. Does it just get easier with time?

It's just something that comes with time. I've done 1400+ videos and before YouTube I was playing every day anyway.
If you stick with it there's no doubt that you will be able to just quickly record them =)

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i had a question on piano sweeping, it has always messed me up when i play how is the easiest way to learn how to do it??

It's just something you get better at with practice. Are you a guitarist by any chance?
Practice it slow and gradually speed up. An easy one to start with is arpeggiate the triad.
Say you're playing C, play C, E, G, C, E, G etc all the way up the piano, playing the first C with the thumb on your left hand and the EGand C with your thumb index and ring finger on the right hand. You'll be able to get some serious speed doing it that way.

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Actually, I have two questions. First, what is the average time it take to create an original compisition? And since you're doing a lot of anime cover, what is your favourite anime? Your music is great. Never stop composing.

I improvise most of my originals, so usually it takes as long as it takes you to listen to them =)
I've only seen 1 anime (Death Note) so I guess that's my fave haha I know about anime music but I don't really know anything about the actual animes.

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Hey Lucas, love your music. It's inspiring to a novice composer and amateur Youtuber such as myself. Quick question, do you have the sheets for your Fallout 3 cover? I tried making sheets from the MIDI but they came out illegible! Any help would be greatly appreciated as yours is the best! Thanks :)

J Carbon
Hey! Thank you very much. I'm afraid I don't have any sheets for that I'm afraid. I did a synthesia I'm guessing you've already seen that though if you got the MIDI file?

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Hey Lucas, I'm trying to make my own composition for my school music project and after listening to your songs. I'm really curious on how you were able create so many when I can't even make one. Can you share me some tips?

Its just something that takes practice, if you look at my first compositions they're like 2 weeks apart, now they are daily. Lots of practice.
Just start with a chord progression (a minor, f major, c major, g major) or something like that, only 4 keep it simple, and find a melody to go over it and you've got a piece =)

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