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> Boogie Blues, Lesson By Fabian Ratsak
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GuillaumeLucas
post Jan 28 2017, 05:18 PM
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Original lesson: Boogie Blues by Fabian Ratsak

Hi GMC, Here's a nice lesson to learn!



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Gabriel Leopardi
post Jan 31 2017, 02:53 AM
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Hi Guilla!

This is a very good take of this boogie blues lesson. The overall sounds tight and clean. I've watched it three times trying to find any relevant issue to fix and I can only talk about one element: tone. And this is not only related to your amp's settings. It's a mix of things. I think that your take could sound clearer, with more dynamics. This can be achieved by experimenting with your EQ, improving the quality of your recording and also by improving your dynamics work (right hand intensities).

If you compare your right hand work with the original lesson, you'll notice that the instructor tends to pick harder, but that he accentuates some notes over other ones to give this a special feel. Try to emulate it in order to have more control of dynamics.

Other than that, this is really good. Keep on the good job.



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Darius Wave
post Jan 31 2017, 12:11 PM
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Hey there!

Same as Gabriel I couldn't spot anything serious to fix here. You did a good job on this one.

There are in fact some dynamics differences but it's subtle feeling.

There is one thing I would like you to verify and consider to be possibly tweaked. Fabian's performance is based in 90% on down-up strumming. There's essentially one short moment when he forces his hand to strum downwards only at just a few notes. Try to verify it. I belive that keeping this specific shiffle strumming pulse is one of lessons purpose.


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Ben Higgins
post Jan 31 2017, 01:00 PM
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Hi man, this performance sounds and looks totally controlled and accurate. I can't find anything wrong with it at all so I have no choice but to throw down a 10 smile.gif Well done.


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post Feb 2 2017, 09:20 AM
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