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Well, as I try to come up with more and more topics or threads to help musicians along, I think that I'm going to link them here so that they don't get lost as they fall into obscurity. Some pretty good information has come out lately, and I really enjoy the conversations. Anyhow, here's the list.

Songwriting: Breaking Away from the I IV V
Guitar: Improving Your Right Hand Technique
Guitar: Improving Your Left Hand Technique
Guitar: Your Favorite Chords
Theory: What Makes a Chord?
Drums: Tuning

Resources
Practice: Free online metronome

If you have suggestions to add to the list, let me know. I'll add any pertinent threads that are aimed at helping musicians improve their skill and knowledge!

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Post by traumaqueen »

great idea, garr!
and threads about playing music??
how novel!
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Post by The_Dude »

traumaqueen wrote:great idea, garr!
and threads about playing music??
how novel!
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No doubt. Who would've thought that if you start a thread about music, people will discuss it.

Amaaaaaazing!
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Post by Garr »

Well, I don't have time to do all the neat things I want to right now, so I'm trying to take small steps into it here on the boards. I just hope that I can keep coming up with enough new topics to keep it interesting for a while.
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Post by G Fresh »

Might I suggest a new category in the Music Online section for people to upload audio examples of chords/techniques/etc?
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You might.
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I know there was a topic started a while back about tips for singers recovering their voices. I think it may've been G Fresh that started it. That one handled some fairly good information. If you can find it and link to it, mad props.
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Post by Garr »

I wish I had seen that thread. I've been unaware of it. I'll see if I can search it out and add it.

Thanks!

I plan on preparing a whole bunch of vocalist posts from warm-ups, to breathing, to ear training, to range increases. It will just take some time.
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Post by =^-..-^= »

This was a good thread about drum tuning:

http://fortwaynemusic.com/boards/viewto ... ial+thread
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Online metronome added.

http://www.metronomeonline.com/
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Starting to see life on the boards.

Some are actually real.

I am looking for people to chime in.

I see a wave back to forums and boards.

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This thread had some broken links to Gar's tutorials. I have resolves that issue.

More spam on the thread though.

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