For the first time ever, I wasn’t nervous for a gig. How do you get over performance anxiety? That’s exactly what we’ll cover in this video. Enjoy!
There’s 5 uncomfortable truths about guitar culture that we, the players, need to address. Now, please.
In this 5-part video-essay mini-series, I talk about some of the weird ideas that guitarists have held on to for far to long. Some of them are holding us back and some are just plain dumb. Let’s evolve.
Examining a spooky composition technique used in Super Mario World, how it relates to metal riffs and how to make your audience deeply, deeply unsettled.
Intervals are a massively important but often overlooked aspect of music theory, especially for guitar. Knowing what interval you’re playing and what impact that has on your listener will make you a powerful composer and improviser.
Playing a decent Glissando on your guitar may not be as simple as a slide. Watch to learn why! Also, yes, learning new words is a good thing.
Music theory lesson covering everything you need to know about note duration or note length. Specifically aimed at beginner guitarists and bedroom producers who have little to no understanding of rhythm or note values. Try to ignore the layer of sweat on my face. This has been the warmest day of my entire life. Like, actually.
I get a bit bored of receiving messages inviting me to beta test “the next groundbreaking music platform”. In this video I talk about why that is and what kind of new websites I’d quite like to see.