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7 Jul 2010
Hi, I have just started learning about modes, and it's a confusing subject at times
I read in Andrew's theory lessons that all the modes may be divided into major and minor modes:
Ionian (THE major scale)
Aeolian (THE minor scale)
So here's the question:
* If I where to improvise or play anything in C major would I then be able to use the C Lydian, C Mixolydian and C Ionian scales in my soloing?
* Also,would I be able to play the same thing (as above) using A modes - Am Dorian, Am Phrygian, Am Locrian and Am Aeolian
* ... And not the other way around - C Dorian, Am Lydian etc.
Or have I got it all wrong?
9 Oct 2009
Happy birthday to you Ivan!
And of course... to everyone else that is celebrating their birthday today!
30 Aug 2009
Ok, so I have this problem when connecting my soundcard
with guitar rig 3 (the demo version... if that has something to do about it).
At first when I play something it all sounds great and just
about what I think is the normal sound, but when I play for a while, the output goes crazy!
problem.wmv ( 2.04MB ) Number of downloads: 266
I can still play, but it will sound awful... could
someone please point out what I'm doing wrong?
18 Aug 2009
Hi everyone! just some questions about exporting with reaper:
I currently have the trial version of reaper, but with the trial it seems that I cant export my songs (in MIDI-format etc.)... I was just wondering if I needed to by one of the paid versions to export?... and if that's case: will the discount version be able to export, or will I have to pay for the full commercial license version?
Thank you for any help
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