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> Chord Melody Technique, Lesson By Diego Budicin
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mhskeide
post Jun 10 2018, 10:27 PM
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Original lesson: Chord Melody Technique by Diego Budicin

To me, this was way above a level 3. But then again, probably just a sign I need to work on it.



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Gabriel Leopardi
post Jun 11 2018, 04:03 PM
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Hi mate!

I can notice that you've done a hard work with this one. It's not an easy lesson, I also think that the level thing should be adjusted on this one. But your work here is great.

Except by some moments where the change is not totally smooth I think that there is nothing to fix here. The more you play these shapes, the more familiar you'll be and it will sound great as soon as this becomes a second nature.

I would keep these in your diary practice, while working on variations, and new shapes.

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Kristofer Dahl
post Jun 11 2018, 04:05 PM
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Nice! To me this sounds good-

I can hear more definition in Diego's take. When he arpeggiates a chord with his fingers (ie around 00:18) - it seems he is a bit more careful with dynamics - so that he brings out the top note to better separate the melody from harmony.

To my ears you are pretty close though - so I will give you an 8.


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Darius Wave
post Jun 19 2018, 09:27 AM
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Hey there!

My general observations is exactly same as Gabriels. I can't spot anything precise to fix / any kind of obvious issue. It's just a lack of precision that would come with even more practise. I'm sure that pressing the REC button also does some bad job and makes you little tensted.That's why some of position shifts do not go so smooth and why the strength of fingerpicking is weaker at some notes. I think you can play a few more days, than take a deep breath and record again. I'm sure it would then sound perfect. As for the tone it's a little darker than original but still a good fit for this lesson. Well done.
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post Jun 27 2018, 09:11 AM
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