Gemini Video Guitar Lesson The Art of Gothic Guitar Volume On
Soft / Video Lessons 7-09-2015
Gemini Video Guitar Lesson The Art of Gothic Guitar Volume On
This is a digital download featuring 5 Gothic style songs to learn, exploring sounds and techniques in the vein of artists such as The Mission, Fields of the Nephilm and The Sisters of Mercy. This program covers: picking patterns, pedal point ideas, exotic voicings, droning chords, melodic arpeggios, triad ideas + more. Everything is broken down into easy to understand fragments, ensuring the easiest possible path to learning.

Level: Intermediate
Running time: 1hr 49mins

Includes:
-Video lessons + performances of each example
-MP3 backing tracks
-Guitar Pro and PDF transcriptions
-Chapter list
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A computer with a DAW of choice (Logic, Live, Cubase, Studio One, etc.)
Speakers, Monitors, or Headphones that accurately represent the whole frequency range. Hearing bass will be important in this course, and laptop speakers are not advised
A working familiarity with the basics of your DAW
A basic level understanding of making electronic music; Knowledge of samplers, which drum sounds are which, what a compressor and an EQ is, and how to write a basic drum beat
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Over 21 lectures and 2.5 hours of content!
Write more musical sounding drum patterns
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Use Accents to spice up drum tracks and create fresh, new rhythms
Understand exactly how to write clear, focused drum phrases
Go from short loops to more developed drum parts

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Beginner to Intermediate producers who are finding themselves "stuck" for new ideas of drum programming
Live Instrumentalists who are dabbling with programmed drums and want to learn more about it
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