3 Lessons Found
This guitar lesson introduces you to the widely used legato technique which will have you playing smooth, fluid lines in no time!
|Legato - Three Note Pattern 1 Guest Visitor Access||Easy|
|In this exercise, I will start you off with your legato adventures by showing you a simple three note pattern that will come in handy for all sorts of legato lines that you can dream up!|
In this guitar lesson I will show you how third intervals are laid out in a Major Scale which will have you seeing scales from a new perspective.
|Major Scale Harmonized in Thirds Guest Visitor Access||Easy|
|In this exercise we will take a look at a Major Scale and see how we can play the scale in third intervals, which might give you a new perspective on scales!|
In this lesson I show you fast, efficient, music production techniques to layer a recorded guitar part in Reaper with virtual instruments to create a larger, more dramatic sound.
|Layering Guitar with Virtual Instruments - Setting up Reaper||Easy|
|In this first part of the lesson, we will get Reaper set up to make use of some very useful user-contributed Reaper scripts|
|Layering Guitar with Virtual Instruments - Converting Note Attacks to MIDI||Easy|
|In this part of the lesson, I will show you how to use a Reaper script to detect guitar note attacks to be used for a layered, virtual instrument.|
|Layering Guitar with Virtual Instruments - Applying Guitar Timing, Dynamics to MIDI Track||Easy|
|In this third part of the lesson, I will show you how to quickly apply the detected timing and volume of a recorded guitar part to a virtual instrument MIDI track.|
|Layering Guitar with Virtual Instruments - Layer upon Layer...||Easy|
|In this final part of the Layering Guitar with Virtual Instruments in Reaper lesson, we will finally get to the fun part - layering our guitar melody to create a more dramatic sound!|