DR-01S Quick Start chapter2: How to Combine and Evolve the Rhythm Patterns

DR-01S Quick Start chapter2: How to Combine and Evolve the Rhythm Patterns

Play the cajon sound. Change the rhythm pattern of the cajon sound. Add shaker and change the pattern. Add bongo also and change the pattern. By pressing the VARIATION button while depressing the EXIT button, you can skip to the first pattern of each instrument. By pressing the VOLUME button while depressing an instruments button, you can adjust the volume of the instrument. By pressing the VOLUME button while depressing…

“Step-Recording Rhythm in the Sequencer” Roland FA-06/FA-07/FA-08 #12

“Step-Recording Rhythm in the Sequencer” Roland FA-06/FA-07/FA-08 #12

Step-Recording Rhythm in the Sequencer Here we explain how to step-record a rhythm pattern into the sequencer. Select the drum track, and switch tones. Access the rhythm pattern screen, and select a pattern. Press [Record]. Turn “RHY PTN SYNC START” ON and start recording. You can also switch patterns during recording. Press [Stop] to stop recording. Access the sequencer screen, and check the recorded result. You can also change the…

Einführung in SOLIDWORKS Composer 2018

Einführung in SOLIDWORKS Composer 2018

SOLIDWORKS Composer importiert direkt Ihre CAD-Daten. Egal ob SOLIDWORKS, PTC Creo Parametric, Autodesk Inventor, STEP, IGES oder Andere. Importieren Sie komplette Baugruppen oder nur Einzelteile und nutzen Sie die Metadaten und PMIs direkt aus den CAD-Daten. SOLIDWORKS Composer erstellt aus Ihren CAD-Daten ein assoziatives und sehr performantes 3D-Format. Einmal importiert, können Sie neue, innovative Werkzeuge wie den Digger verwenden. Der Digger hilft Ihnen, aussagekräftige Detailansichten zu erzeugen. Innenansichten lassen sich…

Major Bar Chord Shapes – Rhythm Guitar Lesson #5

Major Bar Chord Shapes – Rhythm Guitar Lesson #5

Hey it’s Nate Savage here again and welcome to video 5 of the Rhythm Guitar Quick-Start Series. In this lesson, we’re going to learn another very important bar chord shape, one that’s based off of your open A major chord and it just uses the top 5 strings of the guitar. This concept here is going to be very similar to when we took your power chord shape and moved…

These Three Exercises Will Drastically Improve Your Rhythm

These Three Exercises Will Drastically Improve Your Rhythm

– Hey students, it’s your piano teacher Tim here, and today, I’m gonna show you some critical exercises that are gonna help you improve your rhythm. Let’s get to it. Okay, the first type of exercise, and I’m gonna include a link to these in the description, is what I call the Clap Back Exercise, and you can get this practicesightreading.com, and you wanna go to the rhythm section at…

How To Use Power Chords – Rhythm Guitar Lesson #3

How To Use Power Chords – Rhythm Guitar Lesson #3

Hi! I’m Nate Savage and welcome to video 3 of the Rhythm Guitar Quick-Start Series. In this lesson, I’m going to teach you how to move the power chord shapes that we learned in the last lesson all around the fretboard to play any power chord you want. This way, if a band made or a friend that you’re jamming with or even some sheet music tells you to play…

How To Be A Musician

How To Be A Musician

Good evening valued Youtubers and welcome to our very first episode of How to’s, from the heart I’m professor Dolor master of music, singer of songs and king of — ANNNDDDDD NO ONE CARES! What up people of the internet? I am Frigus Cantico but most of you know me as, The Hawk Of Rock

Create Musical Energy with Rhythmic Patterns

Create Musical Energy with Rhythmic Patterns

This is Music Corner: your source for nerdy thoughts on music. I’m David Kulma. One of the coolest things about the piano is that you can create complex music all by yourself. But since the piano is a big box with strings hit by hammers activated by keys, it has no built-in mechanism to increase a note’s volume once you’ve already played it. The beginning of a note (the attack)…

5 Books Every Musician Should Read (Book Review)

5 Books Every Musician Should Read (Book Review)

Take a moment to think back to the best performance you’ve ever had. Maybe you were playing for a sold-out crowd, jamming with a group of incredible players, or maybe you were just sitting in your room. Somehow from the moment you started playing, everything just clicked. You weren’t worried about missing notes or how you looked and everything worked together to become almost a supernatural experience. Unfortunately, for most…