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Postings - September 2011:
Smart Ways to Double Your Tracks | Matching Chords to Melody | An Introduction to Flatpicking | Connections and Possibilities with Harmony | The Shape of Chords to Come | Expanding Chord Vocabulary with Triads | Practice Method for Adding Rock Fills |

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September 30, 2011:
Smart Ways to Double Your Tracks

A specialized approach is required in order to make guitar parts thicker and fatter during the recording process. Watch the video lesson to find out more, and Download the FREE PDF lesson handout and MP3 tracks for practice.

Smart Ways to Double Your Tracks

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September 27, 2011:
Matching Chords to Melody

Tones from a melody will naturally come together to create strong connections to chord types. Learn how to know what to look for. Watch the video lesson to find out more, and Download the FREE PDF lesson handout and MP3 track for practice.

Matching Chords to Melody

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September 20, 2011:
An Introduction to Flatpicking

Flat picking (playing with plectrum only) produces a solid sound. Notes connect with a crisp attack and unique color. Watch the video lesson to find out more, and Download the FREE PDF lesson handout and MP3 Jam Track for the practice examples.

An Introduction to Flatpicking

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September 16, 2011:
Connections and Possibilities with Harmony

Harmony movements are not random. Each change from one chord to another operates with total logic and reason. Watch the video lesson to find out more, and Download the FREE PDF lesson handout for the practice examples.

Connections & Possibilities with Harmony

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September 13, 2011:
The Shape of Chords to Come

Chords are modular and operate around geometrical design. By placing a strong focus upon the shape many new sounds can be created without using music theory. Watch the video lesson to find out more, and Download the FREE PDF lesson handout for the practice examples.

The Shape of Chords to Come

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September 09, 2011:
Expanding Chord Vocabulary with Triads

Triads have multiple uses including; highlighting, layering and implying chord movement in a progression. Watch the video lesson to find out more, and Download the FREE PDF lesson handout and MP3 JamTrack for the practice examples.

Expanding Chord Vocabulary with Triads

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September 02, 2011:
Practice Method for Adding Rock Fills

Adding fills to riffs increases the means of expression. While used in other styles, classic metal remains the principle style applying this idea. Watch the video lesson to find out more, and Download the FREE PDF lesson handout and MP3 JamTrack for the practice examples.

Practice Method for Adding Rock Fills

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