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Practice & Master Odd Rhythm Divisions On Your Walk (Part 2)

The Footsteps Metronome: Counting while Walking (Part 2) In the following rhythm with triplets, you would want to start off, just counting 1 – 2 – 3 on every footstep, till you get the feel for it. Even more so than was the case with the even-numbered divisions: it is important that you count “oooonneee
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Practice & Master Odd Rhythm Divisions On Your Walk

The Footsteps Metronome: Counting While Walking One of the things many music students find challenging is the ability to evenly perform rhythms combining odd and even subdivisions. Music schools and teachers have a certain way of teaching how to do this, which runs contrary to the whole core nature of what rhythm is all about.
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The 3 Most Important Skills: Ear, Rhythm & Tone

The 3 Most Important Skills: Ear, Rhythm & Tone The 3 most important skills and assets to develop for top-level musicianship are ear, rhythm, and tone. If you have a good ear and you have a good rhythm, you can have a lifetime of professional success as a musician. If on the other hand, your
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10 Things I Learned About Guitar the Hard Way!

10 Things I Learned About Guitar the Hard Way! This is one of these silly lists of 10 random things that I learned while being a guitar student. I wanted to share this with you because I figured you might be interested in avoiding some of the pitfalls I fell into. This list might potentially
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10 Mistakes That Slow Down Guitar Student’s Progress

10 Mistakes That Slow Down Guitar Student’s Progress Everything is mental. Your progress is for a great deal dependent upon your mind, mental state, thoughts, and beliefs. In order to maximize the outcome of your musical development, it helps to be positive and adopt a mindset geared towards progress and towards learning without pressure. Not
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