Thursday, 26 May 2016
We are launching a crowdfunding campaign to help finance future projects of our Kadinja group. We are finalizing the recording of our first album, and to organize the promotion of it, and for that, we need you! Your participation will help us to produce the album, filming our clip, the realization of the visual as well as for the organization of a future tour. We hope that our counterparts will please you and make you want to take part in our project!
A big thank you to all for your participation!
We considered three levels: € 3,000 - € 5,000 - € 7,000
By adding our economies reached the first level will we finished recording the album, the mixing and the mastering.
If we take the second step, we can finance all the graphics, press the physical disk and finish ordering the new merchandising.
The third tier crossing: mission accomplished because all this will add a promotional campaign aimed at preparing a European tour ...
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In this free guitar lesson, I show you the intro to "Red House" by Jimi Hendrix. For info on Skype Guitar Lessons and the next Rock Academy, please visit http://rexcarrollmusic.com/ Thanks! Please share, leave a comment, subscribe!
RED HOUSE INTRO GUITAR LESSON | REX CARROLL
improvised rock guitar solo over some kinda jam riff. felt like rockin´ out a bit tonight and this is how i love practising: take a loop, add a bassline, a riff, and roll. solo guitar is played live, backing guitars and vocals are playback this time, so i guess it´s a little pop component in there too, ha ^^ cheers, bob
Bob Zabek: "No More Pain" - by May 25th 2016
Tom Quayle, Dan Beebee, Dan Smith, Dave Brons: The Guitar Hour - S2E1 repeat show available
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The Guitar Hour - S2E1
Paul Gilbert :Scarified - The Terrifying Tales of Paul Gilbert (Official Series) more additions added!
Paul Gilbert :Scarified - The Terrifying Tales of Paul Gilbert (Official Series) more additions added!
SCARIFIED: The Terrifying Tales of Paul Gilbert (Official Series)
JazzrockTV - Interview with STU HAMM
We met STU HAMM at the Warwick BASS CAMP for an interview. Stu Hamm talks about how he started with playing the bass, his influences and styles.
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JazzrockTV - Interview with STU HAMM
Check out this awesome lick lesson from Richard Daude.
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Moonlight Sonata 3rd Movement - Olga Isabel Medina
Dave Mustaine closes out Megadeth set with Holy Wars and tribute to Nick Menza. Upstate New York Q103Albany Q103Rocks Schaghticoke Fair Grounds 5/22/16 Rock N'Derby Festival
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Symphony of Destruction
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Stew Herrera from KLOS toasts to Nick Menza and introduces Howie Simon (guitar voclal) Tim Yeung, Ben White (bass), Doc Coyle - SYMPHONY OF DESTRUCTION
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News: Pink Floyd - A set of stamps celebrating 50 years of British rock group have been unveiled by Royal Mail.
A set of stamps celebrating 50 years of British rock group Pink Floyd have been unveiled by Royal Mail.
Ten stamps will be on sale on 7 July, marking five decades since the band turned professional.
The collection include the band's most famous album covers as well as live performance shots.
Scott Kinsey (Synthesizer, Piano and Vocoder);Steve Tavaglione (Alto, Tenor and Soprano Saxophone, Bass Clarinet, Flute); Seamus Blake (Tenor Saxophone)Judd Miller (Evi) ; Martin Ptak (Trombone); Michael Landau (Electric Guitar); Kirk Fletcher (Electric Guitar); Lalah Hathaway (Vocals); Arto Tunçboyaciyan (Vocals); Jason Joseph (Vocals); Maalem Hamid El Kasri(Vocals); Maalem Hassan Boussou (Vocals); Matthew Garrison (Bass); Jimmy Earl (Bass); Hadrien Feraud (Bass);Tim Lefevbre (Bass); Hassan Boussou (Guimbri); Arto Tunçboyaciyan (Percussion); Brad Dutz (Percussion); Aloke Dutta (Tabla); Yéyé Kanté (Djembe, Kalimba) Rhani Krija (Percussion)Aly Keita (Balifon); Gary Novak (Drums); Danny Carey (Drums); Kirk Covington (Drums); Cyril Atef (Drums);Gergo Borlai (Drums);Karim Ziad (Drums)
Near Life Experience is Keyboard whiz Scott Kinsey's sophomore solo album after Kinesthetics, released almost 10 years ago in 2006. Considered by many to be Tribal Tech's secret weapon, Scott either penned or co-wrote nine out of the twelve tunes on the record. Near Life Experience features a terrific version of Marvin Gaye's Inner City Blues featuring Jason Joseph on vocals as well as the amazing Lalah Hathaway who contributes some incredible wordless vocal improvising on Siya, an element of her artistry seldom heard. The terrific 12 track album features a long list of A-Listers who bring their best to the game; Michael Landau, Kirk Fletcher on guitar, Gary Novak, Danny Carey, Kirk Covington, Gergo Borlai, Karim Ziad on the drums, long time collaborator Matthew Garrison, Jimmy Earl, and Hadrein Feraud on bass along with Arto Tuncoboyacian among others on percussion. While Scott certainly pays homage to his friend and guru Joe Zawinul in moments, he more importantly carves out his own unique and definitive voice like never before, as highlighted on the explosive title track on the album.
Track 2 Inner City Blues
Track 3 Lies
Track 4 Burbank Boulevard
Track 5 Money Maker
Track 6 Near Life Experience
Track 7 Kingpin
Track 8 Siya
Track 9 Baba Moussa
Track 10 Fulani
News: ArcTanGent - Animals As Leaders, Monuments on the lineup win VIP upgrades and a Ticket For Life
If you want to be in with a chance of winning a VIP upgrade to your ticket this yearAND a TICKET FOR LIFE from every year from now on, simply SHARE our poster &tag your mates in the comments section via this here Facebook post. (Click here or poster above to start sharing).
Looks like we’re gonna sell out this year (at time of writing we’re only 35 tickets away from smashing last year’s total with 3 months to go).
But we wanna make sure, so please SHARE the poster before Monday & we’ll give away 10 VIP upgrades & Tickets for life to 10 people picked out at random. Can’t say fairer than that can we?
15 Guitar Teaching Mistakes All Teachers Should Avoid
By Tom HessBecoming a great guitar teacher means NOT committing the same errors other guitar teachers frequently make. Once you can do this, your guitar students will achieve their musical goals very quickly and remain students with you for years.
Don’t commit these huge, yet very common guitar teaching mistakes:
Guitar Teaching Mistake #1: Overwhelming Your Guitar Students With New Information
Stop teaching new things to your guitar students every single lesson. This makes it more likely that they will feel overcome with too much information and quit lessons altogether.
Bring together teaching with training your students on apply and totally master the things they already know. This will massively accelerate their progress and keep them from becoming overwhelmed.
Watch this guitar teaching video to see how to help your guitar students overcome their musical problems:
Guitar Teaching Mistake #2: Not Finding A Way To Keep Track Of Your Students’ Progress
Here’s how tracking your students helps both them and you:
1. It gives your students proof that they are improving. This inspires them to want to get better faster and practice more.
2. Since your students now see the proof that YOU are a great teacher, they feel motivated to study with you for longer.
3. Your guitar students can tell that you are concerned with the progress they make. This makes them more dedicated to taking lessons from you.
4. You become very familiar with what your students need in order to reach their musical goals. This makes things much easier for you.
Guitar Teaching Mistake #3: Teaching All Guitar Students With A Generic Teaching Approach
Stop using general teaching methods or cookie-cutter courses for all your guitar students (with the exception of beginners). There does not exist a generic “best” teaching method for all students. Build customized strategies to help your students solve their unique problems and achieve their personal goals.
This guitar teaching skills assessment helps you teach guitar students in a way that gets better results.
Guitar Teaching Mistake #4: Not Getting Your Guitar Students To Practice
You must inspire your guitar students to practice consistently (and have fun doing it). If they don’t practice on a consistent basis, they won’t get results. This makes you look like a poor guitar teacher.
This article discusses how to motivate your guitar students to practice.
Guitar Teaching Mistake #5: Not Actively Training Your Guitar Students On How To Practice
Don’t assume that your guitar students understand how to practice when they are own their own at home. Most don’t, unless you:
1. Observe them during lessons and make corrections.
2. Train them on how to think in order to fix problems during their practice.
Training your guitar students to practice in this way will make them great guitarists a lot faster.
Check out this video to see how to teach your guitar students to practice:
Guitar Teaching Mistake #6: Teaching All Your Students How To Read Music
Only teach your guitar students how to read music if:
1. This is needed for their long term musical goals.
2. They are at very least intermediate level guitar players.
If you teach your guitar students how to read music too soon, they’ll become bored and disinterested (quitting lessons in the process).
Guitar Teaching Mistake #7: Not Taking Any Interest In Your Students As People
Keep in mind, you don’t simply teach guitar... you teach people. Your students have to know that you identify with their specific challenges. This is what inspires them to practice and improve.
Familiarize yourself with your students on a personal level. Find out what motivates them to take guitar lessons. Then change your lessons using this understanding to make them more customized to their needs.
Notice: Be subtle when you do this.
Guitar Teaching Mistake #8: Asking Your Guitar Students What They Want To Learn In Every Guitar Lesson
Your guitar students aren’t taking lessons with you just to learn whatever they think they should learn. They need you to show them how to fix their problems and accomplish their musical goals.
As a guitar teacher, you must lead your students down the right path towards becoming a great guitarist. As a guitar teacher, it’s your job to help your students reach their musical goals as fast as possible. To learn how this is done, get training for how to effectively teach guitar.
Guitar Teaching Mistake #9: Not Showing Your Guitar Students How To Apply What They Know
Your guitar students need you to show them how to apply all the skills they already have into actual music. If you don’t do this, most of your students will never think to do it on their own and will have difficulty making progress.
Look for a balance of teaching new concepts and training students to apply what you teach into music.
Guitar Teaching Mistake #10: Not Teaching Your Guitar Students To Integrate Their Skills Together
You also need to help your guitar students tie everything together. Show them how to integrate everything they know with the new things you teach them. By doing this, you will give them the power to really improve their skills fast.
The concept of integration tends to be a hard one to understand for many students. As their teacher, you need to make this easy.
Guitar Teaching Mistake #11: Teaching All Your Guitar Students In A Private Lessons Format
Your guitar students need more than private lessons to get the most out of what they learn from you. If they exclusively take one on one lessons, they miss out on interaction with other musicians and chances to play music in everyday musical situations. They also never get the chance to overcome performance anxiety and don’t get to practice making their guitar playing consistent while performing.
Answer: teach in multiple formats. Integrate private lessons together with group classes and other creative formats to give them a better opportunity for growth.
Guitar Teaching Mistake #12: Not Helping Your Guitar Students Achieve Particular Goals
While not every student you have necessarily wants to become a virtuoso, EVERY student wants to get better by studying with you. Learn what their goals are, then break down these goals into long/short term goals and figure out the steps needed to reach each one.
Additionally, your students need to know that the things you are teaching them are helping them reach their goals. This encourages them to do what you tell them to do so they can make faster progress.
Guitar Teaching Mistake #13: Teaching Guitar Using A Linear Approach
Your guitar students will become better players a lot faster when they learn with a geometric approach instead of a linear one. This video demonstrates why a linear approach to teaching guitar fails:
Guitar Teaching Mistake #14: Incorrectly Teaching Music Theory
Don’t make these mistakes when trying to teach music theory to guitar students:
1. Teaching it starting from the core basics and advancing in a step-by-step manner before teaching them about chords/scales, etc.
2. Teaching in isolation, instead of showing your students how to apply it in music.
To teach music theory effectively, you must:
1. Show students how learning music theory helps them play what they want.
2. Make sure that when you teach music theory, it matches up with your students’ overall goals.
3. Show your students how to apply theory concepts into a musical context.
This video demonstrates how to teach music theory to guitar students:
Guitar Teaching Mistake #15: Teaching Guitar Using Songs Only
You can certainly use songs as part of your guitar lessons, but ONLY teaching songs is not the best way to turn your students into great players.
Instead, improve your guitar students’ general musical/playing abilities. Use songs to showcase specific concepts you teach, but not as something to act as a replacement for actual teaching.
To understand more on the topic of becoming a successful guitar instructor, take this guitar teaching skills assessment.
About The Author:
Tom Hess is a highly successful guitar teacher, recording artist and the guitar player. He helps people from all over the world learn how to teach guitar. Visit his website tomhess.net to get free guitar teacher resources and to read more guitar teaching articles.
Dave demos his DB1 model guitar and plays Kai Rohan from his "Based on a True Story" album.
Jaden Rose DB1 Demo Dave Brons
Periphery III: Select Difficulty // out July 22 // PRE-ORDER NOW
Catch PERIPHERY headlining the 'Sonic Unrest Tour' in the US w/ SIKTH, CHON and Toothgrinder - for tour dates and tickets visit:http://periphery.net
Jun 11 2016 Nova Rock Festival Nickelsdorf Austria
Jun 12 2016 Download Festival Derby United Kingdom
Jul 15 2016 Chicago Open Air Bridgeview IL
Aug 4 2016 Lincoln Theatre Raleigh NC
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Full Tour dates http://www.sumerianrecords.com/tour/listing/artist_id:14/
Periphery - The Price Is Wrong
Andrey Bestolchenko: Hypertoad - God please destroy humanity - progressive math metal from Saint Petersburg
God please destroy humanity by Hypertoad
1.Fahrenheit 451 04:39
2.Kill the Beast 03:58
3.Haze(Inspired by Shinya Tsukamoto "Haze" film) 03:32
4.God please destroy humanity 04:24
released May 26, 2016
tags: rock atmospheric djent instrumental mathmetal progressiveprogressive metal Saint Petersburglicense
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Improvisation Guitar Camp?
As humans living in modern society, most of us feel a bit disconnected with nature, so we yearn for good days to go outside. I happen to love camping, so I’m going to use it as an analogy to help teach the concepts of learning new scale positions. Not quite the improvisation guitar camp you were thinking of from the title, eh? Read on, this analogy seems to work with most of my students.
Full Article: http://jasonspell.net/improvisation-guitar-camp/
Here is yet some more lead guitar recording for the upcoming CD. Again with Marco Minnemann on the drums. This time playing an incredible Godin LGXT guitar. If you would like to contribute to the crowdfunding campaign to support this project and receive some great perks, you can do so here: https://igg.me/at/sadites/x/456224
Guitar Tracking for CD #6 - Video 7