Manic Sweeping

by Aleksander Sukovic

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  • Hey there! Welcome to my new lesson tittled 'Manic Sweeping'.

    In this lesson you will learn an excercise that will improve your sweeping abillities.
    The exercise uses a single sweep model that is shifted througout a scale, with melodic paterns. The sweep model is accending, followed descending, with repeating the first and the end note. Like any excercise, you need to start practicing with a low BPM, and when you make it sound good and clean, you can increase the BMP. The goal is to make it sound equally clean and precise on low and on hi tempo. Until your hands are perfectly sinchronized, you will drop notes, or they will sound bad. Besides the sweeping practice, the idea is that it will also give you some fresh new ideas on sweeping paterns.

    The key is B minor;
    The tempo is 130 BPM;
    The beat is 4/4

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