What is up with Noises? (The Science and Mathematics of Sound, Frequency, and Pitch)

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Correction: it is the “Basilar” membrane, which is what I say, but somehow between recording the script and actually drawing the stuff I got confused and thought I just pronounced my Vs poorly. Always sad to have such a simple and glaring error in something I put hundreds of hours of work into, but a “Vasilar” membrane can be the kind that a Vi draws to explain Viola Vibrations, I guess! Making up new words is just so prolightfully awstastic.

Props to my Bro for excellent and creative swing pushing, and to my Mamma for filming it.

Extra special thanks to my generous donators, without whom I would not have been able to create this video. Because of your support, I have the equipment, time, and take-out Thai food necessary for doing stuff like this.

My personal website, which you might like: http://vihart.com

Modes No More Mystery

The understanding of Modes and their application has eluded even well-seasoned guitar players. Gambale has made a video that finally clears up the mystery of Modes. As Gambale says “Knowing how to use Modes is as important as learning how to drive a car, they are everything, every song every in almost every styles of music”. All the Modes of the Major are explained. Also explained clearly is how to make modal chord progressions. Where else will you find that information. With this video and some study, you will understand Modes once and for all.

Chopbuilder – The Ultimate Guitar Workout

This is like a Jane Fonda workout video for guitarists. The idea of this DVD is to put it in the machine, and play along for over an hour without stopping. It is a continuous workout with a warm-up, a workout and a cool-down. It pushes you through picking exercises ( alternate, sweeping and string-skipping ), and all the Modes of Major, Melodic Minor and Harmonic Minor, String-Skipping Pentatonics, mixing triplets and 16th notes, Arpeggios, Hammer-ons and Pull-Offs, and more. This video, three times a week will definitely keep your chops building. Comes with a 75 page booklet with every exercise written in music and tablature.