it's your ear - not your fingers (as much).
hear the pitch match what you're playing against.
Play to chords.
Use jam tracks or something like this in the background - develop a pattern and pass you'd like to work through.
feel and hear how it lands the right note.
learn to adjust when...
Influenced me to understand I can play anything. It was crap and I managed to deliver with it.
Your point of rediscovery is key. I have a variety of guitars and I cannot say which is my favorite. I am playing 335 now, but that one turns to rags in the corner when I pickup my strat or lp...
Why, I never... thought there was so much strong opinion about a collaboration. I rather liked live at the greek.
It revitalized Oh Well for me.
One of my favorite concert films is Freak-n-Roll with the black crowes. It was around when I did see them in concert and they killed it. That...
I was going to hastily reply - after only seeing the thread title - with, "Sing". Then I saw your aim in one of the most moving vocal tributes. :) Get creative with it and search your region for an act with someone having those chops and range. You may find someone who's willing to fit this...
If you appreciate the positivity.
If you truly do.
Take a look at Joshua Starkman.
The first video I saw of him was on FB and he was in the background with an AMAZING vocalist singing a jazz standard.
He had a perma-grin going the entire video and I'll admit; I internally mocked it.
each guitar that I've kept in working order.
within that there are subtle factors which can change over time with environment and the instrument which have to be maintained.
I have even bonded with a variety of neck profile from thin and flat to deep, but steep round to the board.
When playing detuned for a while in the early '00's I had them:
the ernie ball not even slinky (green package) I remember 12 to 56 was the gauge. Maybe a wrapped 24 on the G?
I then transitioned from a full step down to 1/2 and it was getting hard for my favorite bends on that string closer...
That's actually a funny trick question! No wrist watch and my phone supposedly not on me. :)
My text to my kid was during the opener's set at the halfway point around 8:20, the break seemed to be long running, so I'd put the Jack White start time somewhere at 9:30-45.
I caught the 4/17 show.
It seems he's doing a job of ensuring nothing is shared/documented about the shows as there is little to nothing on the video sharing sites like youtube or other.
At the venue they were handing out packets for people to volunteer their phones to be placed in a locked...
Thoughts on this -
Audio and Visual engineering is fraught with a subjective end. This is why redundancy, statistical output and blind/double-blind testing is used.
Forum or any community without proper peer review is a silly platform to entertain or even have quality debate.
- I recall a...
Ethan Winer has taught me so much about managing sound. I got his Audio Expert book way back when I was building my studio and hanging out on johnsayer's forum. I have always been sensitive to sound and thinking through what shapes it. Conceptualizing this for room design was a great experience.
a bunch of times without a single issue.
50w amp tube.
lights (small amount, led & incadescent)
We made a sound baffle out of pallets, crappy plywood and it was basically a lean-to which baffled the sound away from our direction.
Generac gas generator
I think it was...
II is a bass clinic.
I play along whenever I want a smile.
This was the album which firmly taught how bass establishes melody in music.
Other than this, I'll choose to call out another tune which is driven by the bass in a different way.
Check out the section going A to B to C (always...
Are you talking about artistic output or their whole thing?
The songwriting ease between the guitarist and singer was what started the band. Nuno bailed on something he perceived as a big deal to be with Gary because of this. They were like chocolate and panutbutter trying to achieve the...