Learn how to freestyle, switch flows, rap over any beat, and never run out of bars.
In this course you will develop the skill set to freestyle rap in various styles without running out of bars, even if you have never rapped before. This is a bold promise, but like anything else, freestyle rhyming can be broken down into a few simple steps. I will explain the three components to rapping, then we will talk more about freestyle-specific skills.
DJ Qbert has taken his entire knowledge of teaching people how to skratch and poured it into a comprehensive video library that includes hundreds of skratch tutorials. Subscribers get unlimited access to all Qbert's lessons, plus special guest professors, beats, and an interactive Training Dojo.
Being able to notate music is a valuable skill for any musician to have. In this music theory course, master composer and arranger Gregg Fine explains all the fundamentals you need to start writing your own scores and lead sheets.
The Into The Lair episodes found in this Groove3 Exclusive series are only available on Groove3. In these brand-new Groove3 exclusive Into The Lair episodes, mixing engineer and co-host of popular web series Pensado's Place, Dave Pensado, brings you into his world with engineering and mixing tutorials from the best in brand.
Your personal Logic Orchestra awaits! Eli Krantzberg guides you through a comprehensive series on how to create realistic orchestral arrangements using nothing but Logic Pro X and its built-in instruments. You also get the Logic Project files so you can follow along and experiment!
The 2nd part of this serious which picks up where we left off. It starts with learning notes on the 5th & 6th strings, then introduce the accidentals to fill in the spaces on the frets we left it.
Scales is one of the major issues we going to discuss by playing 2 major scales and 1 minor scale, and explain why they are important for your development as classical guitarist. We gonna take a look at 5 basic chord shapes that will help your left hand adapt and stretch your fingers, so the pieces we will play later will not be that hard on the left hand.