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Grateful Dead "Ripple" Acoustic Guitar Lesson
 
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Tabs for this and all my popular lessons at: https://goo.gl/D0wU88 Hello friends, And welcome to another by request song tutorial. Thanks to popular demand, I've created a complete guitar lesson for the Grateful Dead's 1970 classic "Ripple." In this free tutorial, I'll break down my approach to combining Jerry Garcia's rhythm and lead guitar parts for the intro, and the chord changes and strumming options for the verse and chorus sections. Let's get started! ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Links: Facebook: http://facebook.com/swiftguitarlessons Instagram: https://instagram.com/swiftguitarlessons Twitter: https://twitter.com/swiftlessons Request a song at: http://swiftlessons.com/Request_a_Song
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Standing Waves Part I: Demonstration
 
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Demonstration of standing waves on a string. How the standing waves are generated, harmonics and more is explained here. By James Dann for ck12.org CC-BY-NC-SA
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Standing Wave Demo: Slinky
 
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This is a demonstration of transverse standing waves on a long slinky, including demonstrations of harmonic modes 1, 2, 3, and 4. This demonstration was created at Utah State University by Professor Boyd F. Edwards, assisted by James Coburn (demonstration specialist), David Evans (videography), and Rebecca Whitney (closed captions), with support from Jan Sojka, Physics Department Head, and Robert Wagner, Executive Vice Provost and Dean of Academic and Instructional Services.
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3. What is the difference between a Noise and a Note?
 
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If you like this Jazz Piano Tutorial, please subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/c/WalkThatBass For more information check out my website: http://www.thejazzpianosite.com/ Both noise and notes are mixtures of sound waves at different frequencies. A note is made up of a ripple pattern which repeats itself over and over again in an ‘ordered’ way. While a noise is made up of individual ripples which have no relationship to each other and do not repeat - and so are ‘disordered’. If an object moves, it causes a disturbance in the surrounding air which ripples out as soundwaves. If the object vibrates with a fast and repeating pattern, like a string, then the sound waves will be evenly-spaced and regular; that is, the air particles are squeezed together into evenly-spaced waves. These evenly-spaced, regular sound waves are heard as notes with distinct pitches. But, if you drop a vase or slam a door shut, you hear a noise which is made up of a lot of unrelated frequencies with no repeating pattern – and so will be a heard as noise with no defined pitch. To be a note, it doesn’t really matter how complicated the individual ripples are, as long as the pattern repeats itself. Some of the animations in this video were sourced from the below websites. A big thank you to them. Title: Molecule5.gif Author: Lookang Link: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Molecule5.gif License: Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported
Views: 12253 Walk That Bass
Don Ross - great acoustic guitar technique | Strings By Mail Lessonette
 
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http://college.interlochen.org/fingerstyleguitar sponsored by https://www.stringsbymail.com Interlochen Fingerstyle Guitar Workshop, July 29 – August 1, 2015 with faculty Thomas Clippert and guest faculty Don Ross and Thom Bresh. In this video guest faculty Don Ross teaches the "Ripple Effect", an engaging combination of harmonics and open notes invented by guitarist Lenny Breau. The Interlochen Fingerstyle Guitar Workshop annually hosts top artists such as Billy McLaughlin and Alex De Grassi as guest faculty. Strings By Mail is a complete store for strings, accessories, and sheet music for guitars and other stringed instruments. It is a community of musicians dedicated to serving musicians worldwide. Electric Guitar Strings https://www.stringsbymail.com/electric-guitar-strings-8/?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=videos&utm_content=ICAA&utm_campaign=YouTubeVideo Acoustic Guitar Strings https://www.stringsbymail.com/acoustic-guitar-strings-7/?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=videos&utm_content=ICAA&utm_campaign=YouTubeVideo Classical Guitar Strings https://www.stringsbymail.com/classical-guitar-strings-1?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=videos&utm_content=ICAA&utm_campaign=YouTubeVideo
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Types of Sound waves physics
 
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Types of Sound waves physics Sound is a form of energy. Sound is that form of energy which makes us here. Sound travels in the form of waves A wave is a vibratory disturbance in a medium which carries energy from one point to another without there being a direct contact between two points. Example If we throw a piece of stone industrial surface of water in a pond, then expanding circles called ripples or water waves are formed over the surface of water when a water wave passes over the surface of water in a pond, full moment of water from the centre to the sides of the pond, only the water molecules vibrate up and down about their fixed position. A waveis produced by the vibration of the particles of the median through which it passes. example When sound waves produced by a ring Bell through air then there is no actual movement of the air from the bell only sound energy Travels through the vibration of molecules similarly water waves passes. There are two types of waves Longitudinal waves Transverse waves A wave in which the particles of the medium vibrate back and forth in the same direction in which the wave is moving, call a longitudinal wave. Diagram Longitudinal waves can be produced in all the three media: solids liquids and gases. Example The waves which travel along a spring( or slinky) when it is pushed and pulled that one end, are longitudinal waves. Diagram The Waves produced in air when a guitar wire( sitar wire, tanpura tanpura wire or violin wire) is plucked are longitudinal waves. Longitudinal wave consist of compressions and rarefactions travelling through medium. Transverse waves A wave in which the particles of the medium vibrate up and down 'at right angles' to the direction in which the wave is moving, is called a transverse wave.
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visualizing vibrations on singing strings
 
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this video is unedited: all i did was put my cameraphone inside my guitar and played a little piece i've been working on. i was stunned to see such pronounced vibration / visible oscillations to hear the original version of the song with the voices separated listen here: http://soundcloud.com/nico-getz/shot1 Like my music on facebook! http://www.facebook.com/nicogetzmusic
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Donner Ripple Pedal
 
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Tiny Tremolo Pedal by Donner
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NeoClassical Shred ala Yngwie Malmsteen - Lick of the Week
 
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Please help support my lessons on Patreon. http://www.patreon.com/guitarlessons365 http://www.guitarlessons365.com/subscribe/ Click here to check out my Premium Guitar Courses!!!!! http://www.guitarlessons365.com/neoclassical-shred-lick-of-the-week/ Click the link above to get the FREE tab for this lesson! Love it or hate it, neoclassical shred guitar created a huge change in how people approached guitar soloing in the 80's and the ripples of that wave of virtuoso guitarists continue to be felt today. There were players back in the seventies like Ritchie Blackmore of Deep Purple whose classical and baroque style guitar licks inspired the one guy who would take neoclassical shred guitar to it's highest pinnacle and continue to be the king of that style of playing some 30 years later. That man is none other than the great Yngwie Malmsteen. Today's "Lick of the Week" is inspired by licks that not only Yngwie Malmsteen is know for, but also the legion of neoclassical style players that came after him. To play this lick up to speed requires a pretty advanced technique but don't let that stop you if you don't have that kind of speed developed in your playing yet. At any tempo this lick is a great alternate picking workout! Even if you are not a big fan of this style of guitar playing I still think this lick would be a great exercise for almost any style of player. The strict alternate picking along with the awkward string skips and fast position shifts will help break new ground in your technique. That technique can then be used to play pretty much any style you want. Try to stay as relaxed as possible when practicing this riff. Especially in the picking hand wrist and forearm. Total relaxation is the real secret to speed. Tension only creates resistance which will always slow you down and keep you from reaching the level of speed you may want to attain. So in short, don't hurt yourself but have fun conquering this monster "Lick of the Week"! Carl..
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Sinusoidal Waves - Harmonics - Introduction to Fourier Series
 
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Hey Everyone! This video is part of my series on sinusoids. In this video I talk about harmonics, Fourier series. and banjo stuff! Thanks for checking out my videos! Till next time... Keep Rocking! Dr. Chris PS If you see a problem, get back to me so I can change it as soon as possible!
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iphone 4 inside a guitar oscillation! VERY GOOD!
 
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Playing folk rock, johnny cash, bluegrass wildwood flower, John mayer's stop this train with a camera inside the guitar.
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How to Play "Harvest Moon" By Neil Young | Complete Guitar Lesson Video
 
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Access TABS, exclusive tutorials and other awesome supporter perks at http://www.patreon.com/swiftlessons Official Tab & Chord Sheet: https://goo.gl/A4V6vN Hello friends, and welcome to another by request guitar lesson video. In today's session, I'll be breaking down how to play Neil Young's 1992 classic "Harvest Moon." I'll take you through the tunes iconic riffs, progressions and strumming patterns to get you performance ready. Let's get started! ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Links: Facebook: http://facebook.com/swiftguitarlessons Instagram: https://instagram.com/swiftguitarlessons Twitter: https://twitter.com/swiftlessons Request a song at: http://swiftlessons.com/Request_a_Song
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Guitar String Waves
 
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Mapping Ripples
 
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Get my post-rock EP for free at http://music.afterosmosis.com Experimentation with my small Eurorack setup and an Arturia Beatstep sequencer. This simple patch has Beatstep sending pitch to a Mutable Braids and Gate to Make Noise Maths (acting as simple AD envelope). Maths is also controlling frequency and gain (VCA) on Mutable Ripples. I added some delay in Logic Pro X. Changing "bass" notes on the fly with Beatstep is a little messy, but overall it works fine for this kind of thing. I'll probably look into other sequencing options for any real recording work.
Views: 5551 After Osmosis
10 Reasons Why You "Suck" at Guitar!
 
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Get early access to TABS, exclusive tutorials and other awesome supporter perks at http://www.patreon.com/swiftlessons Hello friends, In today's session I would like to look back at my 10+ years of teaching, and address some of the common issues that keep aspiring musicians from reaching their full potential. I'll provide you pro-tips for breaking these bad guitar habits, and hopefully improve the quality of your practice. Let's get started! ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Links: Facebook: https://facebook.com/SwiftGuitarLessons Instagram: https://instagram.com/swiftguitarlessons Twitter: https://twitter.com/swiftlessons Request a song at: http://swiftlessons.com/Request_a_Song
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Power supply ripple and how to measure it
 
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Power supply ripple and how to measure it. http://www.natureandtech.com
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Sound Frequencies in Water: A=440 Hz vs. A=432 Hz
 
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This video is a cymatic version of Sound Frequencies in Water: A=440 Hz vs. A=432 Hz. It has been said that music tuned in A=432 Hz is more beautiful and harmonious to the ears and induces a more inward experience where music tuned in A=440 Hz is more outward, mental experience which is projected outwards. I am sure you have already seeing the following still photos of how the A=440 Hz vs A=432 Hz looks like. They have been circulating the net for some time. Well I thought it will be cool to generate them using my cymatoscope…and so I did…in real time! It is said that “a picture is worth a thousand words”...well I would add that "a video is a perfect shot of reality..." Conclusion: Don't let yourself be fooled by images you have been shown on the net. Investigate the truth yourself! This is how the A=440 Hz vs. A=432 Hz patterns look like in real time! There is also a sample what happens when both notes are played together.
Views: 768935 George Of The LA Jungle
Stormy Monday Allman Brothers Guitar Lesson
 
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Try it for $0.99 for 30 days! Get 24/7 full access to everything we have to offer. Over 750 lessons, tabs, and jam tracks https://csgacademyplus.com/99cent-trial/ In this Stormy Monday guitar lesson we will be studying the classic T-Bone Walker blues tune Stormy Monday in the style of the Allman Brothers Band. While it is a 12 bar blues, Stormy Monday takes a different turn in bar 7 with some jazzy min7 chord changes. In this version, the guitar uses interesting dom 9 voicings and licks to carry the harmonic structure.
Phase Pedal Before Distortion Pedal [Anatomy of Guitar Tone]
 
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Producing & Recording Electric Guitar ➥ http://recordproduceguitar.com Ear training for EQ ➥ http://quiztones.com The Pro Audio Files ➥ https://theproaudiofiles.com New video in the Anatomy of Guitar Tone series on simulating an 80s cocked wah sound with a phase pedal in front of a distortion pedal. // Audio examples: 1:45 // More: http://bit.ly/anatomyoftone — Transcript: Hi, this is Mark Marshall with theproaudiofiles.com and guitaristmarkmarshall.com. In this week's episode of Anatomy of Guitar Tone, I want to talk about using a phaser pedal in front of a distortion pedal. I did this to simulate a little bit of a cocked wah vibe, and for those of you that don't know what a cocked wah is, that is when you take your wah wah and you place it on, but you find a fixed position to leave it in. You might sweep until you find what a lot of people would call the sweet spot. Mick Ronson from David Bowie's band Ziggy Stardust, the Hunky Dory era used to do that, and Frank Zappa is well known for doing that. What's cool about using the phaser pedal instead of a wah is it goes through a couple of stages. It doesn't just stay fixed. I was using this ripple jam pedal. It's actually called The Ripple. It's a phase 45 style phaser, and it — that means it goes through two stages of phase. I like that because it didn't — the sweep isn't super broad, and I placed that before this Empress Heavy pedal, which I was using to kind of emulate a little bit of an 80's kind of JCM800 vibe. I have the gate on minimal. What settings do I have it on here... I have it on what's called normal, which just clamps down, but it's not super aggressive. It's a very musical gate, I will say, on this pedal. I didn't have the gain up too high or anything too fancy about it. I was running into this Headstrong Lil King Reverb. [guitar with phaser on] [guitar with phaser off] I came about this sound recently when I was writing a cue for a television show, and they were requesting something with a bit of an early to mid-80's vibe, so I was going for kind of that big guitar sound. Recently, I had done another video where I talked about the placement of a phaser in your signal chain, and I'm not going to show that example in this video, but you can check out my video where I place the phaser before and after an overdrive to hear how that affects the tonality of a guitar.
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Making standing waves
 
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A standing wave is made by sending a wave group down the tank against a fixed wall. The reflected wave will superimpose upon the incident waves doubling the amplitude. As the wave maker imparts more energy in to the system, the amplitude increases. The waves are sustained by gravity and hydrostatic force and dissipated by fluid viscosity (the frictional forces against the wall are negligible). The video has been edited as the clopotis and seiche that occur last over a half hour and are eventually killed with the wave maker acting as an absorber, as it tries to produce waves offset by one half period of the waves hitting it.
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A Ripple Effect - Erik Mongrain - The Wardrobe (Leeds, UK) 29th October 2011
 
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Part of Erik's little set at The Wardrobe alongside Jon Gomm & Giuliano Modarelli at Leeds Guitar Night 2011. Legendary Hamish Harper managed to grab some great footage. Great gig. Thanks guys!
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Horizons - Guitar Lesson Preview - Genesis/Steve Hackett
 
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Get Full Lesson Here: http://www.totallyguitars.com/target-songs/616-genesis/6744-horizons-genesis-guitar-lesson.html Learn to play Horizons by Genesis/Steve Hackett's sample guitar lesson. Full lesson found at http://www.TotallyGuitars.com. Visit the site for free guitar lessons, TARGET program, forum, community, and contests. This short, solo acoustic piece was featured on Genesis' 1972 album Foxtrot. It opens with some harmonics before weaving into a semi-classical sound, borrowing a bit from Bach and a bit from Fernando Sor. Steve Hackett uses a few unusual techniques with his right hand, which are covered in the lesson along with our typical, highly detailed descriptions and explanations. http://www.totallyguitars.com/target-songs/genesis/horizons-genesis-guitar-lesson.html - Complete Free Lessons - Community - Chat Room - Forum - Your Own Blog - Recommend A Lesson - Membership is free http://www.TotallyGuitars.com join now!
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Invocation of the Healing Rain for Six Guitars  - music of Jeffrey Goodman
 
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Invocation of the Healing Rain, for 3 guitars and Tibetan finger cymbals, is an ensemble piece that explores both traditional and more advanced techniques of the guitar. As the title suggests, there is a programmatic element. The players and audience are invited to imagine a cloudy day with a prospect of gentle rain. It begins with a Tibetan finger cymbal that presages the coming rain with a motif of three high f#s. Ripples of descending arpeggios, in waves of unsynchronized articulations, lead to a brief passage of natural harmonics that evoke the first moments of rainfall. A solitary guitarist is imagined to be in his or her study. Aware of the falling rain, with its subtle rhythms and incidental pitch content when it splashes against a window pane or trills upon other objects outside the study, the guitarist begins with a few measures of the iconic flamenco piece Malagueña. Separated by varied transitions - suggestive of rain, wind and soft thunder in the distance, the guitarist plays a series of short quotations from the guitar repertoire. After the Malagueña we hear the Romance d'Amour, Scarborough Faire (in duet form), and then Juaquin Rodrigo's Concerto de Aranjuez -- 2nd movement. The guitarist, deep in meditation on both the rain outside his study and the music he is playing, hears a mysterious and compelling melodic motif of natural harmonics. At first he cannot identify the music the harmonics remind him of. More harmonics sound. With a sudden insight he plays the first measure of J. S. Bach's Prelude from the first cello suite. He listens again and hears a second set of harmonics. He plays the 2nd measure of the Bach Prelude. After the natural harmonic rain entices the guitarist to play the first four bars of the Bach Prelude, in a kind of antiphonal duet, the guitarist plays the opening bars of the Bach again, this time with the harmonic rain accompanying. After the Bach there is a somewhat dreamy transition to a brief quotation of Erik Satie's Gymnopedie #1, here transcribed from the original for piano. The piece concludes with a simple recapitulation of the opening elements.
Views: 717 Jeffrey Goodman
NanoTremolo Guitar Pedal ★ First Look Review ★ Super Mini by Ripple Donner
 
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More Info: http://wp.me/p23j0G-2Hu - This is the tremolo pedal from Donner Company with the name of Ripple, which is also a pure analog circuit tremolo pedal. And maybe it's the smallest analog tremolo effect pedal ever. If you're looking for tremolo tone, you could check out the Donner Ripple Pedal. With 100% pure analog goodness for guitar tone needs. Although Ripple has a small size, it is equipped with complete basic adjustment knob. Classic tremolo effects with a huge range of speed and depth. There are three function knobs, namely DEPTH, COLOR and SPEED. DEPTH is used to set the effect depth. COLOR is to set the effect brightness. SPEED is used to set the effect speed. Two models: MOD and NORMAL. True bypass switch lets your instrument's signal pass through a non-electronic bypass line when the effect is disengaged, feeding your amp with direct, unaltered signal from your instrument. http://wp.me/P23j0G-2qX - Download Drum Loops -- Apple Loops | Reason Refills | Drum Loops 4 Stylus RMX -- ORIGINAL & ROYALTY FREE DRUM LOOPS Produced by a Real Drummer. Massive library of cutting-edge grooves. Sure to provide you with years of inspiration. 8427 Apple Loops for Logic Pro & Garageband 5845 Drum Loops & 307 Redrum Kits for Reason 5845 Drum Loops for Stylus RMX 80 Warped Kit & Percussion Loops 75 BPM Wav Files. 127 Percussive Acoustic Guitar Beats Vol. 1 - Wav & Apple Loops. ------------------------------------------------ Twitter: Daily Backing Tracks https://twitter.com/dbktracks Greg Kocis https://twitter.com/gregkocis
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Donner Golden Tremolo Pedal
 
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Donner Golden Tremolo Pedal Check it out online at http://www.donnerdeal.com Recording set up: I am plugged into my Fender Blues Deluxe Reissue amplifier on the clean channel into a Two-Notes Torpedo Live. Recording set up: I am plugged into my Fender Super Reverb 65 Reissue amplifier on the clean channel into a Two-Notes Torpedo Live. Check out the INTHEBLUES Tone Shop: http://www.intheblues.com.au INTHEBLUES Tone Podcsat Website: http://www.inthebluespodcast.com Join the INTHEBLUES Community Forum: http://www.intheblues.net INTHEBLUES Tone Podcast on iTunes: http://bit.ly/1uW013K INTHEBLUES Tone Podcast Feedburner: http://bit.ly/1owXLUg Join the intheblues community on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/intheblues Join the intheblues community on Google+ https://plus.google.com/+intheblues intheblues on Twitter: http://twitter.com/intheblues_ Check out more awesome video demos online: http://www.guitarpedaldemos.com Two-Notes Live: http://www.Two-Notes.com/en
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Our Judgment - Ripple Effects (Guitar Play Through)
 
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Steven Sauers from Our Judgment doing a play through of the song Ripple Effects. Thank you all for watching. Check us out on Facebook.com/OurJudgment http://ourjudgment.bandcamp.com/album/concepts-e-p "Concepts" - Our Judgment Drawing by David E. Graham. Edit by Chris Galetka.
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Death Cab For Cutie - I Will Follow You Into The Dark (Cover) by Daniela Andrade
 
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Listen on Spotify / Apple Music - http://smarturl.it/da-covers This song has been requested by so many of you for so many years and whilst I put it on my cover album that came out this past April, I still hadn't uploaded a video for it so here it finally is! I hope you guys enjoy my rendition of this truly beautiful song. http://www.facebook.com/danielaandrade http://www.instagram.com/danielaandrade http://www.twitter.com/danielasings http://www.danielatumbls.tumblr.com I'm always appreciative of you stopping by and giving me a listen, thanks for spending a few minutes in my small corner of the internet! All my love ( and then some) -D
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"Airtap!" by Erik Mongrain Preview Lesson
 
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Modern acoustic guitarist and "lap tap" master Erik Mongrain shows you how to play his song AirTap, from the 2006 album, Fates. This advanced-level, medium-tempo song can be played with a single steel string acoustic guitar tuned to an unusual Open F tuning (the strings are tuned F A C F C F from low to high). This unique style of playing involves left-hand rhythm patterns with percussive harmonic parts played with the right hand. This is an ideal study for the intermediate to advanced acoustic guitarist looking to broaden their techniques. This is a sample of a 25 minute video available for download at iVideosongs.com.
TOP 5 songs without bends [HARMONICA TAB]
 
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Support me on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/apaclin Contact to get a private lesson: [email protected] New vid for harmonica playing begginners! 5 songs without bends for you guys including tabs. Watch and enjoy 😉 Songs played: Imagine Hallelujah Sunny Let it be Scientist Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/apaclin Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/apaclin
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Modular Ambient : Whale Chant : Tides, Rings, Peaks, Ripples, Clouds, 4ms SMR
 
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Whale Chant: Patch Notes VVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVV A gentle ambient tune inspired by initial patches with the 4ms Spectral Multiband Resonator. Involved modules - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Intellijel 1U Random/Clock 4ms Rotating Clock Divider (RCD) and Breakout Mutable Instruments (MI) Rings MI Clouds MI Rings MI Veils MI Tides 2 x MI Peaks 4ms Spectral Multiband Resonator TipTop ONE Intellijel 1U Quadratt Intellijel 1U Buffered Mult Intellijel 1U Digitank Reverb 2hp Reverb 2hp Delay 2hp 3:1 Transient Modules 6ch Mixer Pittsburgh Outs Routing/Control ----------------------- Main “whale” voice: Tides in oscillator mode, Bi output. Shape, Slope, and Smoothness modulated by Peaks #1 Channel #1 in LFO mode, attenuated via Quadratt. V/oct driven by Meta-Sequencer. Free-running envelope is from a channel of O+C in Quadrature mode fed to Level input. Weird bass/drum/“whale” voice: Ripples self-resonating and FM’d by Tides Bi output. V/oct driven by Meta-Sequencer (multed). Envelope by Peaks #2 Channel #1 via Veils. Rushing sound effect: TipTop ONE. Three prior items mixed in Veils and sent 2hp Delay and Verb modules and on to final mix. Delay Feedback modulated by channel of O+C (multed). Background Drone/Burble: 4ms SMR in self-generating resonator mode, with Rotation and Spread modulated by slewed Random output of 1U Intellijel Clock/Random, attenuated via Quadratt. Channel levels modulated by O+C in Quadrature mode, with a couple of channels cross-modulated by the SMR’s own envelope outputs. SMR Odd/Even sent to Clouds Left/Right. Clouds in normal granular mode. Position modulated by an LFO channel of O+C (multed) and on to final mix. Gong/guitar sound: Rings in Sympathetic Strings mode, tuned to static note and strummed by /8 output of RCD. Brightness, Damping and Position modulated by Peaks #1 Channel#1 (multed). Rings output straight to final mix. Sequencing/Timing ----------------------- Meta-Sequencer drives all notes in the piece. Odd/random timing achieved by Peaks #2 Channel #2 in slow, square LFO mode fed to RCD Rotate input. The rotation disturbs all timing in the patch chaotically if not randomly. Additionally, Meta-Sequencer is Reset to step 1 by Peaks #1 Channel #1 also in free-running slow, square LFO mode. This, combined with the varying clock speed results in sequence lengths varying between 3 and 8. Audio/Video Notes ========= Camera: Sony A6000 mounting a Leica 28mm Summicron-R Audio recorded on a Zoom H2 using the mic input (the line input is busted). Too hot, yet again :-( Edited in Apple iMovie. #eurorack #modular #synth #synthesizer #performance #music #electronic #mutable #instruments #rings #clouds#peaks #tiptop #ONE #sample #player #2hp #verb #smr #spectral #multiband #resonator
Views: 1883 Mike Thomas
The Prettiest Pedalboard (Plus: New DIY Lipstick-Tube Guitar)
 
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JAM Pedals makes beautifully decorated, hand-made analog stompboxes in Athens, Greece. They were kind enough to loan me one of their Custom Shop analog multi-effect boards. I demo it with a new "parts" guitar: the Narcissicaster, a Strat with lipstick tube pickups, a mirrored pickguard and some weird wiring. More info: http://tonefiend.com/effects/prettiest-pedalboard/
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Donner Ripple Noise
 
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Plugged into a normal lead setting that I use every day.
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Easy Guitar PLAY-ALONG Lesson : "Roadrunner" by Jonathan Richman !
 
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* great new videos, giveaways and more at www.song-bike.com ! * www.facebook.com/mysongbike Hey, please SUBSCRIBE to my channel and check out all my videos ! This episode features a classic and one of my favorite tunes of all time. Download the original by Jonathan Richman and The Modern Lovers so you can take the skills taught in this video and PLAY ALONG with the real song ! I picked this song because it's easy, awesome, fun, rockin', and you need to rock out with these 2 chords. All you need is D and A but watch the entire video for tips and variations and the sneaky E chord that sneaks in at the end. This video is for BEGINNERS, not for someone looking for a note-by-note guide to every nuance of the original guitar part. Having said that, watch this video and you'll have everything you'll need to play this tune from start to finish. I really enjoy making these videos and I hope you like it too! Please SUBSCRIBE and contact me for SKYPE lessons at [email protected]
Views: 14671 Song Bike - jkehew1
Crossings (for guitar + electronics)
 
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Crossings was composed in April-May 2000, as a follow-up to Ripples, and makes similar use of a rhythmically timed electronic echo effect, which enhances the textural density of a solo melodic line. Crossings also uses a live sampling technique – in which a series of patterns are captured into a recorded loop and repeated back – allowing the soloist to play an additional melodic layer while the sampled pattern continues. Aside from the crossing of harmonic and melodic lines existing on the musical level, the title also refers to a book I had recently read, Crossings: A White Man's Journey into Black America, by Walt Harrington. The book describes one man's sadness and occasional hope concerning the condition of race relations in contemporary America as he travels through a number of states meeting a variety of black people. While my own research has not been nearly so extensive, I nevertheless share many of the author's sentiments, and the subject was on my mind while creating this piece. Also intersecting with my work on Crossings was the sudden and unexpected passing of my father in Scotland. Only a few days before I had been discussing the composition with him over the phone, as I wondered about some additional material with a distinctive mood. This material (now the coda section) later seemed like a musical premonition of my sadness over this loss. And with its incorporation came the realization that the title, Crossings, would take on an additional meaning: a crossing over from life into death. Crossings is dedicated to my father, a pianist and composer himself – Mr. Gerald Hind.
Views: 83 Nicky Hind
Modular Jam :  Flight of the Long Lost : Tides, Rings, Peaks, Ripples, Clouds, 4ms SMR
 
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Flight of the Long Lost: Patch Notes VVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVV A modular performance featuring my giant right arm, and mostly Mutable Instruments modules. Involved modules - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Intellijel 1U Random/Clock 4ms Rotating Clock Divider (RCD) and Breakout Mutable Instruments (MI) Rings MI Clouds MI Rings MI Veils MI Tides 2 x MI Peaks 4ms Spectral Multiband Resonator TipTop ONE Intellijel 1U Quadratt Intellijel 1U Buffered Mult Intellijel 1U Digitank Reverb 2hp Reverb 2hp Delay 2hp 3:1 Transient Modules 6ch Mixer Pittsburgh Outs Routing/Control ----------------------- As you can see from the video, I did a lot of manual wiggling for this jam. But there’s a background of random modulation going on via massively multed and modulated slewed random. Smooth voice: Tides in oscillator mode, Bi output. Shape, Slope, and Smoothness modulated by semi-random LFO from Peaks #1 channel 1, which is in turn modulated (via Veils) by multed 1U Random slewed output, attenuated via Quadratt. Envelope by Peaks #1 channel 1, with manual changes here and there. Lots of manual wiggling of the wave shape controls. V/oct driven by O+C in Quantermain mode. Output into 1hp Delay, then Verb, and on to mixers. Various melodic bits: Rings in sympathetic strings mode, polyphony mode 1. Rings Brightness, Damping, Position modulated by multed slewed random from above (lots of Stackcable hopscotch going on!). Lots of wiggling of parameters including Structure. Output into Clouds in looping delay mode. Clouds triggered by /8 of RCD (“Spread” is on, so I guess it’s really /16?). Occasional wiggling of the regeneration/feedback control. Rhythm: Tiptop ONE timed by RCD. Background Drone: 4ms SMR in self-generating resonator mode, with Rotation and Spread modulated by multed Random output of 1U Intellijel Clock/Random, attenuated via Quadratt. Output mixed with rhythm track via Quadratt, on to 1U Digitank reverb, and final mix. Sequencing/Timing ----------------------- Everything timed by RCD getting its clock from the 1U Clock/Random module. Audio/Video Notes ========= Camera: Sony A6000 mounting a Leica 28mm Summicron-R Audio recorded on a Zoom H2 using the mic input (the line input is busted). Managed to avoid distortion except at about 09:36. Bummer, but I think I actually distorted the Delay or Verb module, rather than the H2 being overloaded. Edited in Apple iMovie. #eurorack #modular #synth #synthesizer #performance #music #electronic #mutable #instruments #rings #clouds#peaks #tiptop #ONE #sample #player #2hp #verb #smr #spectral #multiband #resonator
Views: 626 Mike Thomas
How to play Cassidy on guitar - Grateful Dead guitar lessons
 
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Get the tab - https://centerstagetabs.com/product/cassidy/ In this lesson we will cover the chord progression and voicing style of Bob Weir. We will also discuss ideas for soloing over the jam sections. All parts are covered based on the “Reckoning” version.
Deal
 
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Here is an easy way to play deal
Views: 3424 Clif Edwards
Sunflower ~ Paddy Sun ~ Fingerstyle Guitar Cover ~ Lanvy
 
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Hey guys! This song is Sunflower by the amazing Paddy Sun. I really like this song, and I hope you guys do too! Here is Paddy's original video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uzOE3c12w0U The capo I'm using is the Thalia Gold Finish with Black Ripple Inlay. Check out Thalia Capos for beautiful capos!: http://www.thaliacapos.com/ Thank you for watching! We hope you enjoy it! :) Our Social Medias: Instagrams: TheNotSoOldSisters: https://instagram.com/thenotsooldsisters/ Alana: https://instagram.com/alana3lan/ Mylan: https://instagram.com/mylan_young/ Facebook: TheNotSoOldSisters: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100009373780483
Views: 81573 Lanvy
Robben Ford Inspired Rhythm Lesson - part 1 Blues Rock Jazz Guitar Lessons - Intermediate advanced
 
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Please watch: "Beginner Acoustic guitar lesson "Tom Petty I won't back down" How to" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xJDQyT1zStY --~-- Robben's stuff http://www.robbenfordguitardojo.com/
Views: 48984 GuitarJamz
Harmonic Symmetry
 
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Harmonic patch using the new MakeNoise tELHARMONIC is a Multi-Voice, Multi-Algorithm synthesizer, and 4ms Spectral Multiband Resonator. The master clock is the Tiptop Circadian Rhythms. Clock output running into the Modcan Touch Sequencer. Channel output one running into one intellijel Dixie (V1) for the bassline. Dixie output running into a Mutable instruments Ripples filter (LP4), triangle waveform. Second channel output sequencing quantized 8 note sequence to the telharmonic oscillator, creating the first lead sequence in the patch (major scale set). One Mult output taken and sent to the Strymon BigSky reverb pedal to create the delicate swarm pads that rise in and out at the builds. Amplitude control of the slow rises via the intellijel HexVCA, slow rate control from one Modcan Quad LFO. The other output is then taken and sent to the Qu-bit RT-60 reverb. Third output from the Modcan TS sending quantized CV to the MakeNoise STO oscillator variable SHAPE output then sent through lower section of the MakeNoise Optomix. The forth output from the Modcan TS is sending a 4 chord pattern (min9) to the intellijel shapeshifter module in chord mode. This output is then sent to another Qu-Bit RT-60 reverb algorithm. MakeNoise Mysteron plucking guitar like effect being triggered by a 4ms RCD, 5th trigger out. The Mysterson then is running out into a Strymon BlueSky pedal, reverb. Drum sequencing from TipTop CR, channel one kick drum going to the Nord Drum 2. Second channel number 2 triggering a custom snare drum made on the Nord Drum 2. Channel 6 from the CR triggering a low bass drum, in the key of "C". Clock output from CR into the 4ms SCM being rotated by a intellijel dixie sine wave output running at a slow rate shifting the 16th's hi hat pattern. Noise source for hi-hats are the SSF quantum rainbow 2, purple output running into the MakeNoise Optomix. The high end snare clap sound is by the Synthrotek's DS-M drum module, then being lightly processed by the Synthrotek DLY, slowly CV controlled by a Modcan Quad LFO in random mode creating more glitchy effects. This is then being sequenced by channel number 2 from the tiptop CR. The first lower left side 4ms Spectral Multi-band Resonator processing 72 custom DSP samples, which are being played by one addac wave player. The output is then being sent to a intellijel uVCF filter (hi pass), for the light subtle glitch textures. The second 4ms Spectral Multi-band Resonator, processing another set of 32 samples (noise washes/slow rises/falls) via channel number 4 from the CR tiptop. From here the output is being processed by a Mutable Instruments Clouds (granular mode), being controlled by the Pittsburgh Modular Game System running "Meteor Shower" mode in which the explosion based gates and random control voltages are then being sent to 3rd Dixie, controlling the CV rate time then from there its sent to the "Freeze" input on clouds, processing small bits of audio coming from the second addac waveplayer, The second output coming from the gamesystem is going into the "position" input on Clouds, which is doing some additional glitching to the signal.Main output from a intellijel Mutagen mixer then ran through the Eventide space pedal for extra spatial atmosphere. :-) For those wanting the track, its available here (Free Download) http://bit.ly/1hzMdxj makenoisemusic.com/telharmonic.html 4mspedals.com/htnew/smr.php
Views: 114510 Richard Devine
Donner Wave Analog Delay Pedal  - Nano Series
 
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The Donner Wave Analog Delay pedal packs some really killer delay tones for under $40! The Wave Delay is part of Donner's new pedal range called the Nano range. These pedals are extremely small but sound way bigger than their body. The pedal has 3 main controls that affect the mix, time, and feedback options. The two way toggle switch on the front will go from normal analog delay to analog delay with modulation added. Check it out online at http://www.donnerdeal.com Recording set up: I am plugged into my Fender Blues Deluxe Reissue amplifier on the clean channel into a Two-Notes Torpedo Live. Check out the INTHEBLUES Tone Shop: http://www.intheblues.com.au INTHEBLUES Tone Podcast Website: http://www.inthebluespodcast.com Join the INTHEBLUES Community Forum: http://www.intheblues.net INTHEBLUES Tone Podcast on iTunes: http://bit.ly/1uW013K INTHEBLUES Tone Podcast Feedburner: http://bit.ly/1owXLUg Join the intheblues community on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/intheblues Join the intheblues community on Google+ https://plus.google.com/+intheblues intheblues on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/intheblues_/ intheblues on Twitter: http://twitter.com/intheblues_ Check out more awesome video demos online: http://www.guitarpedaldemos.com Two-Notes Live: http://www.Two-Notes.com/en
Views: 20629 intheblues
Harmonic wave interference in water
 
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Take a thin metal pot of water. Tap it on the side. Watch.
Views: 228 pipelineoptika
Strobe light demonstration with standing waves
 
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Of course, this demo is better to see in person, but here we show that you can get interesting visual effects when you shine a strobe light on a string set in a standing wave pattern. If the frequency of the strobe is close to the frequency of the string, a low frequency alias is visible.
Views: 14656 ColumSciandMath
Learn this Extremely Tasty Lick (Must know)
 
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Click this link for Instant Access to the 17 page PDF filled with scales & tips: http://guitarjamz.com/blues_scales/ Click here to grab 8 High quality backing tracks in various keys to practice this lesson 2 FREE for a limited time: http://guitarjamz.com/mp3jamtracks/ Today Brett Papastache Papa some red hot licks Brett Papa teaches this Learn this Extremely Tasty Lick (Must know)
Views: 10876 GuitarJamz
3 Modules #28: Maths, Clouds, Ripples
 
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Turn off the lights and get ready for some sedate dark ambient tones! I love this slow, pulsating movement, and the warm, heavy thud of Ripples' sine sub. I also like the effect of modulating Clouds' dry/wet blend here: it serves a dual purpose as a VCA for the bass notes and a sort of side-chain compression for the granular sounds. Note: this recording contains a very wide range of frequencies, from very low bass to piercingly high treble. I recommend using good headphones or full-range speakers to hear it all. Patch notes: I'm using Ripples as an oscillator (with some occasional self-FM for richer harmonics) and feeding little snippets of sound into Clouds' buffer, which stays frozen most of the time here. I then tune Ripples to a nice bass frequency and leave the rest up to the modulation that's controlling Clouds. Maths channel 4 (slow, looping envelope) is controlling Clouds' position, density and blend, which is the dry/wet mix in this case. This is set up so that the wet mix will quickly drop, letting Ripples' bass tone through, and then slowly drift back up to 100% wet while the density gets sparser (moving from counter clockwise towards noon setting) and the position moves forward through the frozen buffer. Maths channel 1 (quicker looping envelope) is modulating Clouds' texture and size parameter, to create some interesting movements and sonic artefacts. Occasionally I'll manually change Clouds' pitch setting for variation. I also load different buffers throughout the recording – both by unfreezing and recording new sound from Ripples, and by loading stored buffers from Clouds' memory. Actually, one of those recorded buffers contained something I'd stored forever ago, and I have a feeling it's sampled from Rings, but it sounded so pleasant I couldn't resist using it anyway. The other buffers contain only sounds from Ripples, that I recorded while setting up the patch. * * * Thanks for watching! Modulargrid: https://www.modulargrid.net/e/racks/view/433853 The series overview spreadsheet can be found here: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1Y1eRbYRCvK1UZpDH-03o4GqeIO_QcFFfgFSo6Uf7h6Y/edit?usp=sharing Feel free to request upcoming module combinations from the overview in the comments! Check out the #3modulechallenge for more 3 module patches! *** Track download (extract): https://comparativeirrelevance.bandcamp.com/track/catastrophe-2
Guitar String Wave Simulation
 
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Created by Andrew King for PHYS3926 - Computer Simulations Course at the University of Western Ontario, 2009.
Views: 711 BKBeachLabs
Raveis Kole / Precipice Forgiveness (Flow is On)  - with Intro LIVE at Common Grounds Meeting Hall
 
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0-1:26min Intro; 1:26min Precipice Forgiveness (Flow is On) - Words and Music by Laurie Raveis Arrive on invisible strings Strung beautifully to entirely everything Dangling my toes on the precipice Forgiveness Hurt I hold, can I let go Forgiveness Swaying my legs Shadows drop like rain Last Kiss Horizon’s changed Precipice serenade Leap My decision’s made Quick stab drumstick on a snare Crash cracks stone angel midair Ripples miles across Sink holes my loss ---Ripples miles across the sea Old man lost at sea Chained to his albatross Of broken history Sink holes his heart No new land, No mystery Old man, old man, old man Old man lost at sea Monarch butterflies beachside at Pismo Journey to the oyamel fir tree in Mexico Go with the flow Emerge from the sand turtle hatchlings band Hitch a Gulf Stream ocean ride Great blue tide African wildebeest, zebra, gazelle Brave the Mara River current and swells Serengeti liaison, Flow is on Biz, buzz, flying stunts, circling loop de loops Honeybee tips its wings on our seeds and fruits Flow is on Swaying my legs Shadows drop like rain Last Kiss Horizon’s changed Precipice serenade Leap (Forgive) My decision’s made Flow is on, it’s always on Flow is on, it's always on We are Independent Artists. 100% Independent. Info: https://www.raveiskole.com/ Follow on Spotify: https://play.spotify.com/artist/4O3lY... Like on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RaveisKole/ Raveis Kole (Laurie Raveis (Ray-viss) and Dennis Kole), present a fresh yet timeless singer-songwriter interplay, a chemical reaction that ignites the human spirit by melding Raveis’ caramel smooth, emotive vocals and percussive, groove driven acoustic guitar rhythms with Kole’s fingerstyle and harmonic explorations. Laurie is playing a Taylor 816ce Acoustic. Dennis is playing a Sadowsky Jim Hall model Guitar. © 2016 ℗ 2017 Raveis Kole, LLC
Views: 1353 Raveis Kole Music

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