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post Jul 21 2010, 11:09 PM
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Hi Fusar!

As we spoke in the PM's, I got a pretty good picture of what your goals are, but for clarifying things to the other readers, it have been nice if You can provide the same info along with a short resume, what kind of playing You are into, some sample playing and be a little more specific of what You know bout theory.

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post Jul 22 2010, 01:23 PM
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Hello!
First, I really appreciate that you will teach students for nothing smile.gif
Well, I'm playing the piano for about 6 years and the guitar for about one year.
I had a classic music theory course, where I learnt about sight-reading, scales, triad chords, transcribing (although I've never finished to transcribe one single song by myself laugh.gif could be a good idea of an assignment!), transposing and analyzing classical songs. I've no experience with more complex chords (this is probably a great problem for a wanna-be-jazz musician biggrin.gif), harmonization, cadences, modes... I have read about them, but never really understood or concentrated.
I'm really into rock (therefore I decided to learn the guitar!), but yeah, I think the main issue for this MTP is jazz smile.gif But rock theory could be another nice point to work on. I've no recent proves of my playing: I didn't feel to make a progress with learning only pieces (maybe you've read my thread "New motivation"), so now I'm learning the guitar from the really beginning smile.gif I think now I can play chord progression fluently with different strumming patterns. Next point will be learning scale patterns and basic techniques (hammer-on for example).
I mainly want to learn jazz for my piano knowledge smile.gif My teacher doesn't like jazz at all, so we're doing classical stuff (Bach's Inventions, Chopin, Débussy for example) and pop songs like "Against All Odds" from Phil Collins. I know that this will be a long travel to improvisation, but yeah, let's start here cool.gif
This is it from me for now. If you've got other questions, or if I should clarify things, just tell me smile.gif


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post Jul 28 2010, 01:23 PM
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When does my MTP start smile.gif?
Another question: I want to get more into Reaper, Virtual Instruments, MIDI etc. Can I ask you some minor questions about music on pc, if I've got a problem?


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post Aug 25 2010, 07:43 PM
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Don't you forget about me... wink.gif


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