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Using Delay to Emulate Double Picking

Delay is not just a tool for creating space and atmosphere in music. It can also be used to create interesting rhythmic effects. In this video, we will be looking at some ideas that make use of a short delay time and low regeneration rate to emulate double picking.

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Space Rock Atmospherics

In today’s lesson, we explore an idea in the style of Atmospheric Space Rock. It’s simple enough, but the stretching for the voicings is another matter!

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3 Octave Atmospherics

This is a great lesson for the novice, because there are some simple variants available that even a beginner can create once the basic idea has been mastered.

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Embellishing a Melancholy Progression

This idea is what I’d describe as Hendrix gone Dream Pop, but it really doesn’t matter in the end. In this lesson we learn some ways of embellishing a pretty sad-sounding progression of chords, ironically having fun in the process!

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Post-Rock Lesson – A Beautiful Progression

This moody Post-Rock arpeggiation sequence will bring a smile to faces of those that like it a little melancholy and bitter-sweet.

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Post-Rock Picking Workout

Nothing incredibly difficult about this, but with the addition of a 7/8 meter and adaptive picking pattern, this will give the picking hand a good workout.

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