http://swblog.ce.sharif.edu/writing.php?top=need-a-dedication-essay need a dedication essay 2017 is the year of the robot. Or at least my robot album. I’ve already posted some of my robot songs. I’ll repost them as I get ready to release the album. For now, here’s a new video of my robot at the discotheque. Enjoy!
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my favourite movie essay 3 idiots quotes My newest GT tutorial covers four different ways to approach a fundamental jazz guitar technique, a turnaround with a walking bass line.
I also published a brief lesson on my YouTube channel covering a fundamental blues lick.
I cover that lick and it’s many applications in more depth on GT.
Symphony 4 in F Major “America” is now available on iTunes.
And, of course, CDBaby!
Last year I played a lot of classical guitar. My primary goal was to reshoot about 100 of my classical guitar curriculum video lessons for GuitarTricks.com. These were lessons I did 5-10 years ago, but needed to be upgraded to HD vid, better audio, general production specs.
So, a lot of my studio time in 2015 was spent playing, rehearsing, filming, recording, editing classical guitar music! While my focus & chops were up to the task, I worked on the parallel, secondary goal of recording some of these pieces to release on an album.
Ten pieces made the cut. And this is the resultant album. Enjoy!
I recently published the fourth tutorial in a series on harmony lead guitar parts. I show how to harmonize major scales & melodies, as well as minor scales & melodies. I cover the basic types of contrapuntal motion: similar, oblique and contrary. As usual there are lots of backing tracks in order to get hands on experience playing along with the various parts and doing it yourself!
This video is an example of what I’m teaching in these tutorials. I did this as a demo when I was planning the tutorial.
You can find all four tutorials in the series at Guitar Tricks! Enjoy!
I’ve had several conversations recently related to arpeggios, triads, inversions, scale harmonization, various practical uses for all of those. So I did a quick vid about it for fun! Enjoy!
I recently finished filming a tutorial on this piece. So, while it was fresh in mind & fingers I recorded another performance to post on my YouTube channel.
I plan on publishing the complete tutorial on Guitartricks.com later this year. So far this year I’ve published HD reshoots of all my beginner classical material including: an introduction to the style, proper posture & technique, left hand technique overview, right hand technique overview, single string sight reading exercises, simple melodies & a beginner Sor study piece.
This is a link to my GuitarTricks.com instructor page.
Go learn how to play classical guitar style!
Symphony 2 in E Minor “Viking” is now available on iTunes. It features another gorgeous cover design by my Viking Artist friend Klaus Nordby.
It’s also available on Spotify.
I took a break from practicing, recording & teaching classical guitar material to have some summer fun.
Here’s a tune I wrote years ago and finally recorded.
And here are a couple of demos I did for FX pedals that my cousin built!
Finally, I also did some demo mini tunes featuring his custom built FX pedals! Enjoy!
The Billy Booster for Blues.
The MXR Micro Amp with tone control for pushing a humbucker over the top.
The DOD 250 for a nice thick overdriven Strat tone.