#1
1. Warm Up 15-20 minutes.
2. Technique: Things I can't do 15 minutes
              Things I can do but would like to do better. 15 minutes.
3. Etude #1 10-15 minutes.
   Etude #2 10-15 minutes.
   etc.
4. Literature, piece 1 20-30 minutes.
               piece 2 20-30 minutes.
   etc.
5. Cool Down 10-15 minutes.


Can somebody give me an example of each? I don't quite understand it.
Or explain it.
Thanks
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#3
Seems pretty straight forward to me. What do you need explained?
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#4
You need a real life teacher very bad. You post a question about the tiniest of things that don't matter.
#5
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You need a real life teacher very bad. You post a question about the tiniest of things that don't matter.


I overthink things.
Ever try having a combination of ADD and OCD?
It sucks.

And yeah. I'm kinda dumb and my parents can't afford to pay for a teacher.
Chill.
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#6
Quote by JakeIsInsane
I overthink things.
Ever try having a combination of ADD and OCD?
It sucks.

And yeah. I'm kinda dumb and my parents can't afford to pay for a teacher.
Chill.



I feel you, I have ADHD.

Anyways, lets try to give you REAL help.

What part do you not understand, the "Etude" part?
#7
Quote by hstallings
You need a real life teacher very bad. You post a question about the tiniest of things that don't matter.


Don't be daft. This is a forum where people can come to ask questions. That is what it is here for. If you don't want to answer it then don't. If you are going to shun people who have genuine questions then get out, I don't want people like you to supress learners and inquierers becuase of your ego. And I'm sure other wouldn't want it as well.
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#8
Warm-up: The point is to ease into your practice session and warm your fingers up gradually, so that you don't develop injuries. Don't go too fast, or attempt stuff which is uncomfortable to you during this time. Examples - strum chords, work through scales, or improvise in a laid back manner.

An etude is a short piece of music designed for practice purposes. A (hard) example would be Paginnin's Moto Perpetuto. You can make your own up. For example if you want to get better at tapping, you'd come up with a short piece of music (maybe 8-16 bars) with tons of tapping.

Literature - he means learning songs.
#9
1. Warm Up 15-20 minutes.


Stretches, some general playing and shaking out and getting loose.

2. Technique: Things I can't do 15 minutes
Things I can do but would like to do better. 15 minutes.


I think this is self explanatory.

3. Etude


An etude is a "study" - it's a piece of music that drills technique.

4. Literature


Most people would call this repetoire but this section is basically learning songs/tunes you plan to perform and getting them to performance standard. (also running over tunes you've learnt to keep them at performance standard)

5. Cool Down 10-15 minutes.


I'd just jam for this, maybe some stretches.