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    Default Speaking in Rhythms with Dave Brown

    Post discussion and questions about the Speaking in Rhythms course below.
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    Emil Werstler on Active Pickups:
    Pros: you can put them in a 2 X 4 and sound like zakk wylde
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    I just want to say that on week one when I saw the material I thought it was going to be too easy for me to get anything out of it. Boy was I wrong! I have discovered just how poor I am at keeping time. I have been practicing 20 minutes a day faithfully. When I finish the course I am going to go back over every song I have learned and work with them over a metronome instead of my backing tracks. I see a big improvement coming. It reminds me of when I was a kid, the Green Bay Packers got a new coach, I think it was Vince Lombarde, who said to them, "gentlemen, this is a football". Sometimes it pays to go back to the basics.

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    the topic and most of the materials in rhythms are useful. However, the video is painful to follow as the instructor appears very unprepared.

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    Description texts in practice tab for week 3, 4 and 5 are incorrects(wrong description)

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    Quote Originally Posted by manu2verdun View Post
    Description texts in practice tab for week 3, 4 and 5 are incorrects(wrong description)
    Thank you for pointing this out! I will correct this issue. My fault.
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    Quote Originally Posted by [email protected] View Post
    the topic and most of the materials in rhythms are useful. However, the video is painful to follow as the instructor appears very unprepared.
    Thank you for providing your feedback. We are working with Dave to structure his courses better so that they don't feel so disjointed. We believe that the rest of this course should see an improvement in that regard.

    Thanks, and have a great day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jbooth View Post
    Thank you for pointing this out! I will correct this issue. My fault.
    here are two little mistakes in David Wallimann's Music Theory course presentation (and this course don't have an entry in this forum so I will post here)
    -> missing 'I' in the week 1 description "n this first session, we will talk"
    -> The title speaks about a 10 week course, the PDF about a 7 week course but it is a 8 week course

 

 

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