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besip
post Jun 29 2008, 06:43 PM
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i'm not sure how i'm do that and where but i'm download somewhere the full version{maybe thats just trial will see} biggrin.gif i'm suprise by my self
when i'm check the other features..there is lot of recomedations and coll informactions
actualy i'm not sure by 1 thing and that question for guys who have the program

can i'm set my own scale for training or i'm have to folow the program scale setings ???

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post Jun 30 2008, 12:52 AM
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QUOTE (jacmoe @ Jun 28 2008, 05:49 PM) *
40 bpm - evaluate your performance.
You have to choose between five grades: Effortless, Easy, Tiring, Broken, Impossible.

The ultimate goal is to have Effortless and Easy as much as possible. wink.gif



i'm probaly go to combine my basic speed training with this program 1 day i'm be do this and other day this

but actualy what is mu problem is the Speed profile becouse there is lot of steps from 40bpm to 200bpm on first time to save your profile you have to reach your max level..but every level shoot be play 2-3 minutes..for sure we can spik the lower spedd but anyway before i'm reach the red point i'm have to play maybe 10 positions and every positions shoot be play 2-3 minutes..so i'm probaly tired early rolleyes.gif

i'm probaly go to combine my basic speed training with this program 1 day i'm be do this and other day this

but actualy what is mu problem is the Speed profile becouse there is lot of steps from 40bpm to 200bpm on first time to save your profile you have to reach your max level..but every level shoot be play 2-3 minutes..for sure we can spik the lower spedd but anyway before i'm reach the red point i'm have to play maybe 10 positions and every positions shoot be play 2-3 minutes..so i'm probaly tired early
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post Jun 30 2008, 01:08 AM
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This program is really interesting, IMO, to see how you should track your own progress.

But guitar pro + excel sheet (or access data-base) will work better in my case. I will use this vacation to formulate my own way of doing it, and then I will share on my practice agenda how it is working wink.gif


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post Jun 30 2008, 05:36 PM
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If you are able to find six kinds of exercises which fits into that scheme, I'd be very interested in hearing how you progres, Gus! smile.gif

Expect me to track your Practice Agenda! laugh.gif


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Start by playing something - a bend, a riff, a scale, a song - very slowly; if you make a mistake, start over; do this over and over, until you can play it flawlessly - and I do mean flawlessly - many times in a row. Next, gradually increase the tempo. Eventually you'll be flailing like a madman.
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post Jun 30 2008, 07:20 PM
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looks awesome, thx for the link cool.gif


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post Jun 30 2008, 07:43 PM
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QUOTE (besip @ Jun 29 2008, 06:43 PM) *
can i'm set my own scale for training or i'm have to folow the program scale setings ???


Yes. If you click the `My` button on the full version it lets you add whatever you want. I've put most of the GMC lessons there biggrin.gif


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post Jul 1 2008, 09:22 PM
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Ye, I used this program some month back, and I really like its way of approuching it. Check how fast (bpm) you can play it perfectly, then practice it around 10 bpm faster than that, it's not going to sound perfect but if you then turn down your metronome with around 5 bpm, whats seemed impossible to play before may not seem as quick and difficult now. This idea you dont need that program for, and besides: In my opinion this program is a reeeeeally boring way for training speed so I had a hard time to convince myself of practicing regurly when I used it. But in all means, its helps and if you can stand the bordomess, it might be quite affective I guess...
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I agree with Raw- back when i first got it- i didnt find myself rushing myself to start up the program, i often put off the task and went for weeks without using it. It isnt super exciting. However- back then i would have found the metronome just as boring- so i dunno biggrin.gif
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post Jul 1 2008, 10:48 PM
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What I like about the program is that you can keep a speed profile, and train the right things.

That means you are able to train at the right speed, which is critical to improving! laugh.gif


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post Jul 1 2008, 11:08 PM
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QUOTE (DeepRoots @ Jul 1 2008, 04:26 PM) *
I agree with Raw- back when i first got it- i didnt find myself rushing myself to start up the program, i often put off the task and went for weeks without using it. It isnt super exciting. However- back then i would have found the metronome just as boring- so i dunno biggrin.gif



everything can be boring...actualy playing by beep make me crazzy but as beginer no way...i'm decide to do my way
1 day i'm be play over the program and other day i'm be play by metronome my own exrsizes...and anytime if 1 thing be bored me i'm be can swith to the other system and when the system get me bored i'm can switch back and again and again laugh.gif
but i'm got more choises so thats great rolleyes.gif

anyway guys who use the program..they are recomedet play 20 minutes daily..so how u do that or what is the recomendations if you all ready made profile for all speed profile.Try to play all profile 1 by 1..each for 2-3 minutes???

and if yes in which point you are practising??? on higest green level or lowest yelow or orange level???
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post Jul 31 2008, 09:14 PM
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QUOTE (jacmoe @ Jun 30 2008, 06:36 PM) *
If you are able to find six kinds of exercises which fits into that scheme, I'd be very interested in hearing how you progres, Gus! smile.gif

Expect me to track your Practice Agenda! laugh.gif

First draft published wink.gif


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