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  • How to transfer the photos and media files from Ipad/Iphone to windows PC?
    By: techpills
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    In this video, I had explained how to transfer the photos, media files, playlists, music files, contacts from Ipad/Iphone to windows PC.
  • How to play a solo slap bass
    By: Bradley
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    In this video were going to play a slap bass. To play a solo take your time and take it easy. Start with esy slaps and take your time and leave a lot of space. If the song is in the key of E, and you know your pentatonique E scale, you can work all over the instrument. In the video weer using a lot of syncopation and popping. So syncopation, put it where you aint, so you wanna play around the drama. Using all the techniques youve learned before, make a good solo.
  • Maybach Exelero
    By: Leonardo
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    The Maybach Exelero is a high-performance unique sports car. It's Maybach's most expensive car with the price of about $8 million. The 700 hp (522 kW) two-seater with a twin turbo V12 engine is a one-off design built on request for Fulda Tires. Fulda is using this car as a reference vehicle to test a new generation of wide tires. The German luxury car manufacturer created the model as a modern interpretation of its legendary streamlined sportscar from the 1930s. Jay-Z used this car in his music video Lost One.
  • Air - Bach

    Air - Bach

    By: Bradley
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    Air on the G String is August Wilhelmj's arrangement of the second movement in Johann Sebastian Bach's Orchestral Suite No. 3 in D major, BWV 1068. This movement was: 1. used in UK adverts for Hamlet Cigars, played usually on piano. 2. Part of Air on the G String's melody was incorporated into Procol Harum's celebrated 1967 Worldwide hit, A Whiter Shade of Pale. 3. A nearly full rendition of this piece was featured during the late-night library scene in the movie Se7en, when Morgan Freeman's character Detective Somerset was allowed into the library by the night watch crew who played this music while playing poker.
  • How To Boost Your Creativity
    By: pooya_f
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    Staying creative can be hard but luckily there are some things you can do to get a creative boost. 1. Write Freely: Just write whatever! Write in the early morning so you start thinking right away. Your hand might hurt but it'll be worth it. 2. Carry a journal: You never know when something amazing might happen. 3. Change your soundtrack: Listening to music you like while working can decrease productivity. try something new. 4. Take a nap...
  • piano man

    piano man

    By: mahkam
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    An old man shares his life story with his young grandchild through evocative music.
  • How to Play a Major Pentatonic Scale
    By: ARVC
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    Pentatonic scales in country music can lend the melody a certain sweet quality. In the key of G, we could take the two octaves of the G mako scale and gap those scales. In other words, we'll take a few notes out. Instead of having seven notes, we're going to have five notes. That's where the name pentatonic comes from. I'm going to start with this G note on the first string and I'm just going to work my way across from the first string to the sixth string.
  • How to Play Melodies using Intervals
    By: ARVC
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    Melodies are made up of intervals. Intervals are, simply, just a space just from one note to the next. A scale, like the C Major scale, C, D, E, F, G, A, B, C... .
  • How to Play a Sliding Note
    By: ARVC
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    Let's talk about sliding notes on the guitar. The fiddle, as you know, does all kinds of sliding around. There are no frets on the fingerboard of the fiddle. We're always trying to copy what the fiddle does, melodically, in country music, especially the instrumental side of things. The fiddle is really great at playing melody, obviously. It also can play some cords or some backup parts. But it's very easy to slide around on the fiddle, and we like to try to emulate that sound, trying to make the frets sort of disappear on the guitar's fingerboard.
  • How to Play a Pull-Off
    By: ARVC
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    We talked earlier about hammer-ons which is where we play a note and we place a finger on top of the ringing note. Here's the opposite of that. We call it a pull-off, and basically we're kind of rolling off of a fretted note. So, say I was playing a C chord and I took that chord tone that I have on the fourth string and I pull my finger off. So I'm picking the note and then I pull it off and part of doing a nice clean pull-off is you're actually sort of picking the note or picking the string, I should say, with your fretting finger.
  • How to Play Flatpicking Style
    By: ARVC
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    Flat picking style guitar playing usually refers to playing melody with a flat pick usually on an acoustic guitar. And you might've heard some guys like Doc Watson, Clarence White playing fiddle tunes using a flat pick and a down-up down-up motion. So that's been a really influential style for guitar players in all different shades of country music from super traditional old time bluegrass to electrified rock and contemporary country.
  • How to Play with a Capo
    By: ARVC
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    We're going to take a look at the capo and how to use in on the guitar, especially in country music. This is a capo that I use. There's all different types out there. Some are just a clamp style that you just grip. Squeeze it, put it into place, and let go of it, and it just clamps onto the strings. Some might have a screw in the back. You slide it up and down and screw it down. This is one that kind of has a popping action, where I just press this latch down like this. And so I use different ones, depending on what might be handy.
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