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> Take 3: Canon in D - Blues Lesson, Lesson By Ivan Milenkovic
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post Jul 16 2013, 03:39 PM
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Original lesson: Canon in D - Blues Lesson by Ivan Milenkovic

hello again. I played it real slow now. I only played it so you can watch if i use the good vibrato technique. Because if its good i can master it, but i first wants your opinion because maybe else i teach it bad to myself. Thanks already

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post Jul 16 2013, 04:50 PM
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Great! This is what it's all about smile.gif Now You got the idea of correct vibrato. It only needs some work to be more smooth - more regular movements and You can also try to practice this in the faster tempo (not necessary for this particular lesson smile.gif Well done smile.gif Now all the takce sound much better.

I'm not shure if guys (Cosmin and Gabriel) will agree but I would not rate this take so You could make the finall one with the backing a bit louder (hard to judge the timming) and then You'll get better ratings thanb before smile.gif Deal ?smile.gif
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post Jul 17 2013, 06:05 AM
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Hi mate! As Darius said, your vibrato technique is evolving very good, it just needs to be more consistent but the motion is ok! Great improvement! Pay attention to your bends pitch, you are not reaching the correct pitch in most of them. Regarding the mix, it's true that the backing is too low. I could also wait for a new version to grade it.

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post Jul 17 2013, 12:34 PM
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Hey guys!

I was just about to suggest the same, so now that you are starting to get the mechanisms under your thumb, you can push the tempo, as they say smile.gif till you get to the desired speed! Watch out for the consistency and correctness of the pitches, ok?

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post Jul 17 2013, 04:44 PM
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