Atonal Challenge

by Dallton Santos

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  • Hello GMC friends.

    I would love to share with you this lesson that I´ve called "Atonal Challenge". This is a song I wrote in 2012 named "At your own risk". The harmony is totally atonal and let me explain why the word "challenge":

    The chords has many strings skipping and the shapes are not so common to those who we are familiar. So, it´s a little bit complex to memorize and to play each note clean. But......not impossible when you have focus, patience and your goal in guitar is always to become a better musician.

    My intention with this lesson is to encourage you to create your music. Free your mind from theory and let creativity flow.
    It´s amazing and you will get surprised with the results. Good to say, that we have here a great exercise to improve your technique on sweep picking, alternate picking or fingerstyle.


    Tip: "Understand" the chord, this will make the memorizing process goes easier.


    Hope you enjoy and it can be useful for your musicianship. DALLTON SANTOS

    Technical specifications
    Guitar: Music Maker Custom
    Strings: Elixir
    Plug ins: Amplitube 3 / Addictive Drums / Halion One
    Recording SW: Nuendo a

    Standard tuning: E, A, D, G, B, E

    Tempo: 160 BPM

    Time signature: 4/4

    Ready for fun? Let´s start!


    CHECK OUT MY OTHER LESSONS:

    Tapping Mirror-Shapes
    Neoclassical Approaches
    String Skipping Arpeggios Substitutions
    Rock Fusion Outside Lick
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