I like most the feeling created by shallow vibrato. Also the vibrato with variable speed sounds really cool but my question is: This type of vibrato can be used without such a wide movement or it's special made to work only with a wide movement?
Hey Monica! Vibrato should be executed from the wrist so it's quite natural that it's depth will depend on motion width. It's hard to say how things should look like - easier to say do they sound proper. Proper is how you expect at the moment.
This lesson is nice too, Darius. I'm working on this one every day. What I appreciate on your lessons is that the slow version of each video is also with the backing-track. That permits to work the timing with you easily ! Thank you for all this lessons !
Scrubbing / forward / rewind: arrow right, arrow left keys Jump to start: Home or `s` , you can also click/tap the lesson part again (the numbers above player) Go to next part: PageUP or End. ( iOS: swipe right or left over video ) Volume: ArrowUp / ArrowDown keys Go to any part: Number keys (combinations also possible) Pause or play: `k` or space key Fullscreen: `f`, esc to close
Lesson dedicated for beginners. Contains 4 different vibrato execution examples:
- soft, classical vibrato
- speed and shallow vibrato
- tempo matched, wide vibrato
- varible speed, wide vibrato
To keep highest efficiency of your practise, lesso is stripped down of additional articulation. This will
help You stay focus on vibrato only. Make sure to watch spoken video and read comments below each part - there are some usefull tips.
Gear used (in order of signal chain placement):
1. SX SST57 electric guitar
2. Behringer MIC100 tube preamp (-20db switch on, gain and out knobs about 50%)
3. Presonus Inspire 1394 firewire audio interface (input gain 25%)
4. Poulin LeXtac vst plug-in:
- Channel - blue
- Input 50%
- Gain 70%
- Pre EQ - brighter
- Bass 50%
- Middle 40%
- Treble 50%
- Contour 100%
5. Kefir impulse loader (mix 100%)
6. Impulse - Catharsis s-preshigh
Tuning - Standard E
Backing track chord progression:
C | C | C | C | Bm | Bm | Em | Em |
C | C | C | C | Bm | Bm | G | G |
||: D | D | C | C | Em | Em | G | G :|| G |
Tempo: Main song tempo is 120 bpm. There are also backing tracks available at 60, 75, 90, 105 and 120 bpm.
Time signature: 4/4
Scales used in this lesson:
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