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In this video backing track you will find a chord progression that slowly goes through all 12 minor keys. Each key lasts for about 30 seconds and then moves to the next through the Cycle of Fourths. Follow the text on the screen so you will always know what key you are in and what scales/arpeggios you should be using in your improvisation.
This video is a great workout to develop fluency with improvising through all minor keys. The key is to watch it again and again while you improvise over it. Doing this everyday develops great fluency through the keys.
This video should be good for any improviser no matter what instrument they play.
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by timegrinder 435,458 views
Part 2: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4dalL5FpWR8
NOTE: There is currently no DVD or 4OD release of this series, should there be any future date set for a DVD release i will remove the whole series. If you enjoy the series spread the word and buy any future DVD! ;)
Genre: Documentary - Music Theory
Time: 48:18 (Ads removed)
On: Channel 4 (UK)
Directors: Francis Hanly, David Jeffcock
Release Date: 2006
Why does melody affect us so deeply, from the moment we are born? Tunes touch our deepest emotions, and are capable of inspiring love, sorrow, faith, and hope. But how does a melody actually work?
In this film composer Howard Goodall looks at melody's basic elements. Why are some melodic shapes common to all cultures across the world? Can successful melodies be written at random? If not, what are the familiar melodic patterns composers of all types of music have fallen back on again and again, and why do they work?
Setting out on a journey that moves through the centuries, Howard looks at the curious link between Tudor England and the Mississippi Delta, and uncovers melodic shapes common to all cultures across the world. Following a trail of diverse musical sources from Gustav Mahler to Paul Simon, Shaker hymns to Bulgarian folk songs, medieval choral music to the Broadway showstoppers he reveals the tried and tested tricks of the composer's trade.
by creativeguitarstudio 31,249 views
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Andrew Wasson of Creative Guitar Studio answers a viewers question...
Q: I like instrumental rock and metal guitar the best with guitarists like; Paul Gilbert, Tony MacAlpine and Greg Howe ranking among my favorites. I'm no-place near the level of these guys, but I do enjoy writing this music. My problem is, I write melodies first & I can't get the chords that go in the background. Could you consider making a video around this topic of, "Matching Melodies to Chords."
Brian -- Vancouver, CANADA
A: When melodies are composed before chord progressions during songwriting, there are ways through theory and ways through trial and error that can come together to help musicians compose a set of chord changes that can be performed behind the pre-established melody. To do this sort of thing quickly, you'll need some back-ground knowledge in music theory, combined with experience from learning the harmonies found in other songs. Keep in mind that being able to draw from your experiences, (learning other people's songs), is paramount in order to have the complete set of skills required to be able to quickly target chords that sound good behind your pre-established melody. Have a look at some examples I've created for this lesson. They outline a number of key points that should help you in your quest for, "Matching Melodies to Chords."
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Infographics on the distribution of wealth in America, highlighting both the inequality and the difference between our perception of inequality and the actual numbers. The reality is often not what we think it is.
by VICE 3,538,306 views
We met with a guy who's been injecting himself with snake venom for 20 years and he looks better than ever.
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The hemotoxins which attack human blood cells in a tree viper's venom can result in an agonising death in less than 30 minutes. The neurotoxins in a cobra bite can kill a person in half that time. for the past 20 years Steve Ludwin has been sticking all this lovely deadly snake juice in a syringe and mainlining it all the way to immortality. Privately milking an array of deadly snakes including rattlesnakes, monocled cobras, and a few casual vipers thrown in to the mix, Steve has been injecting what would for any normal human be fatal amounts venom into his body since the late 80s.
The basic principle - laid out by pioneer herpetologist, Bill Haast, who died last year at the age of 100 - is that regular exposure to the venom results in the body developing an immunity. Steve claims to not only never get ill, but that cobra venom is the ultimate pick me up, with effects lasting a days after injecting, making Steve stronger, faster and more resilient. Finally it looks like mainstream scientific research might be catching up.
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Oldest People Ever: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_the_verified_oldest_peo
Oldest People who are STILL ALIVE: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_living_supercentenarian
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by DJ Lubel 1,253,076 views
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DJ arrives in Los Angeles, California after years in Murray Hill (New York City) to discover he's got no chance of getting laid. DJ quickly meets The Women of LA -- the good, the bad, the hot, and the ugly. Celebrate 2013 Valentine's Day alone...or better yet with the girls from West Hollywood, Venice, Santa Monica, Brentwood, Los Feliz, and more.
Featuring PAULY SHORE, JALEEL WHITE, DENNIS HASKINS.
Created, Written and Produced by DJ Lubel & J. Abrams
Directed by Brandon Kusher
Track Produced by Will Forbes
Visual Effects by Ryan Wehner
Additional Vocals by Taryn Southern, Pam Trotter, Phillip Brandon and Jaleel White
Mixed and Mastered by Nicky Calonne nickycalonne.com
Cinematography by Matt Garrett, Andrew Penczner, Frank Sopapunta, MIke Dominic, Rohann and John Leach
Co-Produced by Jeffrey Baldinger
Line Produced by Alex Wolf
Production Design by Angeline Izquierdo
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Music by DJ Lubel
Color by John Mendenhall
Editing Assistance by Rob Ruehl
Special thanks to: Bob McKeon, Chris Dennis, Tom Constantino, Jake Avnet, Brandon Dermer, Dave Green, Danni Rosner and Julia Price
Starring (in order of Appearance)
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by HinkerPS3 102,043 views
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