Practice to the Jam Track Video here: https://youtu.be/lsabEEamY78
My Patreon: https://bit.ly/2B91H70
If you like Modal Mixture, maybe get my modal poster:https://teespring.com/signals-ultimate-modal-poster
Modal Mixture is the use of multiple scales that share a common tonal center. Traditionally, we only use modes of the Major Scale but in the jam track video that accompanies this, I include other non-modal options as well.
Even if some of this stuff is too advanced for you, I encourage you to turn on the track and play along with the notes on the screen- even simple melodies and movements can sound very pleasing over this chord progression.
My video on Mixolydian b6: https://youtu.be/d20wwTZxOZ8
The jam track has been posted for download at my Patreon but if you aren’t subscribed you can buy the jam track on Bandcamp: https://bit.ly/2UyWsWV
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After performing in highschool bands and talent shows, I began teaching during my Senior Year in highschool at Crystal Lake South in 2004.
I went on to teach at Piano Trends Music Company in Crystal Lake, and there I began expanding my skills outside of just the guitar and began performing for weddings and private events. After leaving to teach privately, I began recording my students and myself.
This hobby eventually turned into a profession after I acquired the experience and equipment needed to produce quality audio and music. My goal now is to provide the highest quality online music lessons available and within reach to all who are interested.
Probably! Only about 15% of this course is dedicated to the guitar, while the remaining concepts are taught in a way that can easily be applied to any other instrument. However, since all the theory taught is viewed through the lens of the guitar, it is HIGHLY RECOMMENDED that you own a guitar before pursuing this course to finish.
This is not a course on guitar playing or technique, but on theory and songwriting. The only skills you are expected to know is how to read guitar tablature, and the absolute basics of guitar playing (how to fret a note, open chords, etc)
I can confidently say that this method of learning will be more effective and valuable for many types of students. Since there is no wasted time or filler, it is more time-efficient than real life lessons where the teacher or student can get distracted. The printable materials are of a higher quality than most private lessons. And the ability to replay a lesson over and over is invaluable for students struggling to understand difficult topics.
Not quite- my YouTube channel explores more advanced topics without explaining the prerequisites. 95% of the content in this course is totally unique and unexplored on my channel, and is taught in a linear fashion as to make sure you’re totally competent by the end. There are only two lessons that include cross over with my YouTube channel. However, after some lessons, you are directed to specific YouTube videos I’ve produced to help expand on your understanding of the previous topics and to help weave my channel in with the course.