Makko
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@makko commented on @studygypsyjazz's lessons
2 weeks ago
Peaceful but still exciting melody. Thank you, seems to me an northeastern melody though. Will watch other your videos. This is really helpful. pls do not stop making tutorials. (y)
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@makko commented on @leokisomma's articles
2 weeks ago
Nice, waiting for the compression lesson. The compression is really a sensitive area. Even one of the most professional musician can not understand how to properly use it.
I have another question though;
Should I put the delay after distortion/overdrive, anyway?
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@makko commented on @leokisomma's articles
2 weeks ago
Nice explanation. Not too much long not too much short. I already knew bunch of stuff, but you're really clarified something I had no idea about! will read the article about the ov/dist effects
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@makko commented on @studygypsyjazz's lessons
2 weeks ago
I'm following all your lessons starting from now. You make me remember my classical guitar teacher, a bit. ))
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@makko commented on @studygypsyjazz's lessons
2 weeks ago
this is some awesome lesson! will watch more. :)
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@makko commented on @thomas-berglund's lessons
2 weeks ago
Thank you a lot! Lessons like that are very useful. Especially to me, a guy that wants to play jazz even if he studied only classical! Will wait for more! big up
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@makko commented on @tommaso-zillio's articles
3 weeks ago
I know that piano is the best to compose music. because you have everything under your fingers. and the notes. you don't need too transpose the notes or to understand which note you're playing as on the guitar. I've been struggling a lot with my voice. I have a terrible voice because of smoking and when it comes to sing along with someone else is awful. I've though been teached about a technique where all the notes are A B C D E F G even if youre not in scale of A or not in scale of C and there was a gesture added to all the different note. So you don't really need to think about the tuning a particular note but you have to think about the proportion between two or more notes. it's called solmization. Could you do a video bout that?
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@makko commented on @pasha-bocharov's articles
3 weeks ago
nice explanation about the alternate picking! thank you. but I would like to hear the audio with some less distortion, just to bring the clearness up in order to understand (or hear) better the differencies
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@makko commented on @tommaso-zillio's articles
3 weeks ago
big up! people that say they're too old to learn eventually just don't want to learn or maybe are too lazy.
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@makko commented on @simon's articles
3 weeks ago
I totally agree with this article! I've studying classical guitar for many years and that's how it actually works. If you try to see some arrangment for classical guitar, that's pretty it. Thank you, you've inspired me. I actually forgot whole theory behind this.
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@makko commented on @tommaso-zillio's articles
3 weeks ago
Nice sound! I think this scale is really similar to some medieval choir scales, the modal ones. and the bend seems to reproduce the quarter of whole tone in the asiatic culture! thumbs up!
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