Starting improvise or write guitar solos is really tricky and super awkward, but there’s not a lot of actionable advice about how to get started effectively. This video explains Question & Answer soloing which takes ques from how we form conversations in real life.
Who hasn’t changed their strings in just under 2 years – this guy, right here.
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Also, YES, I do say “a year” several times in the video, turns out it’s actually closer to 2 years. Time flies. Oops.
Today we’re talking about modesty, ensemble and context.
I was lucky enough to be invited onto BBC Radio Cambridgeshire to chat about YouTube, the local music scene, smart band management and everything between.
Listen to the show with Richard “Spanners” Ready with this link, (if it’s still available) – I appear 22 minute in, then again at 36 minutes. OR! Check out the video linked below.
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.
Inflated Inspirations will use art created by those on the ‘Pop My Mind’ forum for inspiration for the completed work. We will take a look at each artist in turn to find out a bit more about them.
Liam Taylor is a composer for multimedia and music technician from Cambridge. He has created a variety of pieces for Pop My Mind including electronic minimalism, sound designs and more traditional pop & rock compositions. Most intriguing are his creations centred around audio-visual interaction and image sonification.
Sonification is a way of digitally translating data or still visuals into audio. Liam takes works from the Pop My Mind community, and uses software to translate them into raw audio files, which are then manipulated in his recording studio. His pieces entitled Black Hole Sonification and Waves Sonification demonstrate the creative potential of sonification, with the latter introducing more reconizably “musical” ideas.
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