Practice Improvement Course
In this course you will learn ways of recording your guitar playing so that you can play back and monitor your practice sessions on your own. In addition to helping you prepare for playing in front of others, these recordings will help you understand the areas where you need improving and help you identify trouble spots in your guitar technique. Guitar teacher Ze will help you understand what to look out for and how to address the problems you find when you go back and analyze these recordings. If you are learning at home or online then this is the course for you.
What you will learn:
- How to use a recording device to improve your technique, timing and more
- How to record acoustic and electric guitars
- Recording yourself with video to spot imperfections in technique
- How to play under pressure while being recorded
What you'll get
What is included in this course and what you will learn
What we cover
Below are the breakdown of this course, module by module, with video previews
Lesson 1: Introduction to recording guitar
Lesson 2: What equipment you’ll need
Lesson 1: How to record your acoustic guitar
Lesson 2: How to record your electric guitar
Learning from Your Recordings
Lesson 1: Analyzing your recordings
Lesson 2: Using video to complement your recordings
Lesson 3: Conclusion
Ze is an active gigging guitarist who has also been teaching guitar---from beginner to more advanced---for more than 10 years.
Ze's main styles are blues, pop, rock, soul and funk. He is currently working on his jazz chops.
Access to all the lessons. First 30 days for free.
Q & A
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Liberty Park Music (LPM) is an online music school. We teach music through videos and supporting materials like homework assignments and backing tracks. Currently, we offer lessons on piano, guitar, drums, and music theory. We will introduce more instruments, subjects, and services in the future to give you even more choices.
All you need is a computer or a mobile device that allows web browsing. With a reasonably stable and fast internet connection, your viewing experience is optimized on your desktops, laptops, or tablets.
We are constantly producing and publishing new lessons, about one new module each month, for every instrument and subject. So you always have new materials to work on.
Your membership, regardless of of your plan, should give you access to the entire library of lessons. That means ALL lessons are available to you, across instruments, styles, levels, and subjects. For example, you can take piano and theory lessons at the same time, or if you have a good musical appetite, take our piano and drum kit lessons at the same time! It's your choice.
Yes. Learning music online may seem novel to you, but if we can learn a language and other skills online, why not music? Online music lessons allow you to learn on your schedule, in the comfort of any locale of your choice, and at your own pace. You can pause when you need a moment to digest the lesson or rewind to view a particular section again.
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