Inspired by Video Games Part 2

by David Wallimann

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  • Welcome to this second lesson inspired by video game music. Today we will be using some arpeggios to play something in the style of the classic sound of old role playing games. This track was originally composed to fit the "continue" screen of an RPG.

    The biggest difficulty of this track is the fingering. Make sure to study the close up videos to understand correct finger placement. The whole piece should be played as clean as possible with an alternate picking technique. Once you have memorized this, try to recycle these ideas into your own compositions.

    Practice well!

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