Like many young people, Robert Walter took classical piano lessons as a child, practicing the requisite number of hours to satisfy parental whims. But unlike those who became distracted and dropped their musical education, Walter continued, attending San Diego's School of Creative and Performing Arts. "That was actually pretty intense," he remembers. "But I didn't really study piano, just music theory in general. Most of the piano stuff I've learned from just listening to records and copying people and going to see people play, to pick up on what they were doing and... More >>>