Robbie Calvo’s SoloCraft
SoloCraft is a bit of a strange brew for students of guitar. It’s a compilation of eleven mini-courses, yet it’s focused solely on crafting polished, compelling solos. The curriculum centers on the development of essential skills, while the play-along exercises and application of those skills are designed to spark creativity.
The essence of the “sweet notes” approach is the chord/scale relationship and knowing which notes to target as resolution points from your scales when you are soloing. The great session players and our favorite guitar players all understand the value and power in knowing these “sweet notes” when they are soloing and improvising. In this first section of SoloCraft, Robbie distills the sweet notes approach and shows you exactly where those tones are in the scales and shapes you already know.
English | .MP4 | aac, 44100 Hz, stereo | vp6f, yuv420p, 428×240, 29.97 fps(r) | 1.23GB
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Joe Dalton’s Fretboard Epiphanies
A bona fide master of Nashville-style guitar and monster session player, Joe Dalton is the guitarist’s guitarist. He’s also a much sought-after instructor and has been teaching pros for the last two decades. As you can imagine, his guitaristic trick bag overfloweth and that’s what Fretboard Epiphanies draws so effectively upon.
Dalton’s “epiphanies” show you how to take full advantage of the guitar’s unique harmonic and physical characteristics to create an extremely versatile palette of sounds, textures, motifs, moods, melodies and grooves. You’ll find that most of the grips in Fretboard Epiphanies are familiar and super accessible — but the application of those moves is what will have you grinning ear-to-ear.
Joe kicks off the course with a bit of basic theory that you might even already know – but this simple theory unlocks key principals. This fires up a series of epiphanies based around the E Major scale with Diatonic Triads on the 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th strings. Joe continues with cool moves utilizing drones and bass notes, and then reveals similar “epiphanies” in the key of A Major. Melodic development in both of these keys cap this set of lessons.
Publisher: Truefire | Language: English
Video: MP4, data-dvd (includes Tabs and PowerTabs),854×480 (16:9),
1105 Kbps, 29.970 fps | 1,04 Gb
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Grossman Guitar Workshop John Miller Jackson Blues Guitar
Jackson, Mississippi attracted a host of blues musicians in the period 1910–1940. Many players from small towns made their way to Jackson, which as the capital of Mississippi and a much larger city, held forth the promise of more and better work opportunities, and the possibility of making a living playing music rather than driving a mule or chopping cotton. The Jackson Blues scene was an unusually rich one, stylistically, spanning the gap from the sophisticated Pop blues of Bo Carter to the low-down blues of Rube Lacy and a host of players working between those two extremes. Included on this DVD are transcriptions and teaching of recorded performances from Tommy Johnson, one of the fountainheads of the Mississippi blues, Itta Bena natives Rube Lacy and Ishmon Bracey, with their distinctive vocal head tones and intense playing, the great Geeshie Wiley, a woman who played and sang as strongly as any man, Walter Vinson, guitarist and lead singer for the Mississippi Sheiks, and Bo Carter, a player with a rich chordal vocabulary and Jazzy sound.
Publisher: SGGW | English | 1.22GB | MKV | 33 Pages | ISBN: B003ZZ7TSS
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Grossman Guitar Workshop John Miller Atlanta Blues Guitar
Atlanta, in the period 1920 -1940, rivaled Memphis, St.Louis, Jackson and Chicago in the strength and vitality of its blues scene. It was home to a unique school of 12-string guitarists that included Blind Willie McTell, Barbecue Bob, Charlie Lincoln, Willie Baker and George Carter. Also on hand were the slick slide guitarist Fred McMullen, the accompaniment king, Curley Weaver and the spectacular up-and-comer, Buddy Moss. The scene was rounded out by an earlier generation of players, Peg Leg Howell foremost among them, who kept alive musical traditions that were in the eclipse. A detailed tab/music booklet is included as a PDF file on the DVD, and contains all of the songs’ lyrics as well as transcriptions of the guitar parts. Also included are the original source recordings from which the transcriptions taught in the lesson were taken.
Publisher: SGGW | English | 1.27GB | MKV | 34 Pages | ISBN: B003ZZ7TT2
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Antares Complete AU VST RTAS TDM
04.2010 OSX INTEL PLUGINS | 56 MB
This bundle includes 15 plugins of Antares.
Mark the Release: XVX | Date: 04.27.2010 | Size: 56,32 MB
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Music Tech Focus – 2010
Digital Editions | 662 MB
Music Tech Focus is the high quality, single package or process, special edition series from the publishers of Music Tech Magazine. Each issue takes a leading music production software package or key technique, and dedicates 132 pages to giving the reader practical, hands-on information to better master that subject. Music Tech Focus takes the very best of Music Tech’s normal software or technique coverage, and adds brand new workshops, interviews and hardware round-ups to give readers the complete guide to that subject. Continuar leyendo “Music Tech Focus – 2010 Digital Editions”