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Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Music Score: Hotel California (intro)

Hotel California (intro)
101118 released:  Ver 1.0 arranged by Gan H.M. & Raymond Hiu
Style  :  Rock
Player  :  Solo
Guitar  :  Acoustic, Classical, Jazz, Clean Electric
Capo  :  Not Required
Tuning  :  Standard 
Duration  :  About 30 second 
Demo  :  Not Available
Difficulty  :  Beginner Fingerstyle

Playing Instruction: This is a solo arrangement from the masterpiece <Hotel California> covered by The Eagles. Player should let the bass notes ring at each bar. For beginner you can try to put a capo on fret No.7 but this is not encouraged. Player should try to play this piece without capo to prepare for the whole song that will be played in high position.

Wednesday, October 27, 2010

The 1st YAMAHA DTX Drums Competition 2010

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Music Score: Fly Me To The Moon

Fly Me To The Moon
101027 released:  Ver 1.2 arranged by Gan H.M. & Raymond Hiu

Style  :  Bossa Nova
Player  :  Solo
Guitar  :  Acoustic, Classical, Jazz, Clean Electric
Capo  :  Not Required
Tuning  :  Standard 
Duration  :  About 1 minute 
Demo  :  Not Available
Difficulty  :  Beginner Fingerstyle


Music Lessons We Provided !!

Classical Guitar

Classical guitar is well known for its comprehensive right hand technique, which allows the soloist to perform complex melodic and polyphonic material, in much the same manner as the piano. The name classical guitar does not mean that only classical repertoire is performed on it, although classical music is a part of the instrument's core repertoire (due to the guitar's long history); instead all kinds of music (folk, jazz, flamenco, etc.) are performed on it.

What can you learn here?
Classical Guitar GRADE1 ~ GRADE5

Acoustic Guitar

An acoustic guitar is a guitar that uses only acoustic methods to project the sound produced by its strings. The most common type can be called a flat-top guitar to distinguish it from the more specialized archtop guitar and other variations. Until the 1960s, the predominant forms of music played on the flat-top, steel-string guitar remained relatively stable and included acoustic blues, country, bluegrass, folk, and several genres of rock. The concept of playing solo steel-string guitar in a concert setting was introduced in the early 1960s by such performers as Davey Graham and John Fahey, who used country blues fingerpicking techniques to compose original compositions with structures somewhat like European classical music.

What can you learn here?
Introduction to Pop, Soft Rock, Country, Blues, Jazz and other music style.
Basic Performing Style
Chord Arrangement


Although there is no standard definition for Fingerstyle yet, but this performing style is wide-spreading throughout the world. Fingerstyle guitar is the technique of playing the guitar by plucking the strings directly with the fingertips, fingernails, or picks attached to fingers, as opposed to flatpicking. Using an acoustic guitar, Fingerstyle combine all guitar's technique into a performance, including Classical Guitar's Rasquedo, Tremolo, Acoustic Guitar's Strumming, Plucking, Electric Guitar's Bending, Harmonic and more.  Fingerstyle expand the possibility of performing using a guitar.

Fingerstyle requires 2 years or above guitar playing experiences.

What can you learn here?
Introduction to Fingerstyle Playing Style
Extensive Knowledge of Guitar
Intermediate Acoustic Guitar Playing Skill
Solo Arranging and Composing
Special Technique: Artificial Harmonic, Tapping Harmonic, Body Tapping etc.

Electric Guitar

An electric guitar is a guitar that uses the principle of electromagnetic induction to convert vibrations of its metal strings into electric signals. Arguably, no other musical instrument has had more of an impact on how music has evolved since the beginning of the twentieth century than the electric guitar. Conceived in 1931, the electric guitar became a necessity as jazz musicians sought to amplify their sound. Since then, it has evolved into a stringed musical instrument capable of a multitude of sounds and styles. It served as a major component in the development of rock and roll and countless other genres of music.

What can you learn here?
Introduction to Rock, Metal, Poprock and other music Style.
Basic Performing Style
Lead Guitar Solo Skills
Masterpiece Solo ex: Hotel California, Smoke on the Water etc.

Bass Guitar

The bass guitar is similar in appearance and construction to an electric guitar, but with a longer neck and scale length, and four, five, or six strings. The four string bass—by far the most common—is usually tuned the same as the double bass, which correspond to pitches one octave lower than the four lower strings of a guitar. Since the 1950s, the electric bass guitar has largely replaced the double bass in popular music as the bass instrument in the rhythm section. While the types of basslines performed by the bass guitarist vary widely from one style of music to another, the bass guitarist fulfills a similar role in most types of music: anchoring the harmonic framework and laying down the beat. The bass guitar is used in many styles of music including rock, metal, pop, ska, reggae, dub, punk rock, country, blues, and jazz. It is used as a soloing instrument in jazz, fusion, Latin, funk, and in some rock and heavy metal styles.

What can you learn here?
Basic Performing Style
Bass Accompaniment Arranging. 
Technique: Slap Bass

 Jazz Drum

A drum kit (also drum set, kit, or trap set) is a collection of drums, cymbals and often other percussion instruments, such as cowbells, wood blocks, triangles, chimes, or tambourines, arranged for convenient playing by a single person. The individual instruments of a drum set are hit by a variety of implements held in the hand, including sticks, brushes, and mallets. Two notable exceptions include the bass drum, played by a foot-operated pedal, and the hi-hat cymbals, which may be struck together using a foot pedal in addition to being played with sticks or brushes. Although other instruments can be played using a pedal, the feet are usually occupied by the bass drum and hi hat, and as a result the drummer plays in a seated position.

What can you learn here?
Basic Performing Style
Basic Accompaniment Arranging


Despite their apparent similarity, keyboard instruments of different types require different techniques. For instance, a piano will produce a louder note the faster the key is pressed. On the other hand, the volume and timbre of the sound on the pipe organ are dictated by the flow of air from the bellows and the stops selected by the player; in the harpsichord the strings are plucked and the volume of the note is not perceptibly varied by using a different touch on the keyboard. Players of these instruments must use other techniques to color the sound. The arranger keyboard uses preset drum rhythms that respond to chords played in the left hand by the instrumentalist, with other buttons and switches used to change rhythms and even the voice of the instrument.

What can you learn here?
Basic Performing Style
How to use a Keyboard
Accompaniment with a Keyboard

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