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Good new music should be absolutely insanely insane, anarchic, grungy, punky, primusy and butthole surfersy with that J.A. sense of Freedom
I'll tell you what's going to be big when I'm done recording
I just wrote something and liked it and now I don't want to give it to you.
I doubt anyone else will either.
Dude, I've been chomping on my nails ever since preschool O_o There should be rehab for this habit, man!! Actually, I grew my nails for a while and fingerpicked with them, it was very different and my nails kept on hooking onto the strings. >.<
Anyway I've learned to fingerpick with flesh: it's easier to get more volume when playing unplugged with nails mind you, but I've learned to play loudly (and confidently) with my fingertips.
by the way - have you ever tried using fingerpicks?
Good luck man!
Mine are all teaching site related.
1. Complete my site redesign (ON test servers since September, hopefully ready for release later this month)
2. Video Studio skill sets, and equipment upgrades, staging, lighting, and other tecnical upgrades.
3. Complete my 3 adjunct courses - Counterpoint, Shred Academy and A solo improv approaches course I'm collaborating on with a fellow UG'r. Get all video shot content edited
4. Sign on with an advertising firm out of Houston (The CEO is also a student)
5. Streamline my video content and editing - as well as shoot a free beginner skill sets course.
6. Mentor 50 people successfully and help 5 of my currents be accepted to music schools.
7. Get Guitar Munky as a student, and have him like me. (hahaha hey a guy can dream!)
8. Have online enrollment of students from 30 countries (currently teaching students from 17)
I'm hoping for a big year
Cmaj and i let it ring, i have no idea why though its a habit now i guess.
How do you know what sounds good if you don't know how to put it together in a split second.without knowing theory you will be limited to only things that you've already learned by trail and error.and that's ok if you don't want to advance and grow as a musican.on the other hand theory will open your eyes to whole new world you never thought existed.
Let me put it this way,if you don't know theory,you're navigating through the world of music blind folded and theory lifts the blindfold off your eyes.
I think theory is making it "hard to feel" for you because you don't know theory well enough. Once you learn it and use it, it becomes second nature. You can still play with feeling, you'll just know what you are doing, and you can play with feeling while making it sound good. It's extremely helpful to know, regardless of how you play.