Abelton Life Acoustic Magazine - The UK's only Magazine Dedicated to the Acoustic World - Home Harmony Central Designing Sound Free online guitar lessons Curso de Violão / Guitarra - Escalas Musicais - Introdução - Cifra Club Se pedirmos, à praticamente qualquer pessoa, para repetir a escala musical, as chances são de que 11 em cada 10 indivíduos dirá: dó, ré, mi, fá, sol, lá, si, dó (ou C, D, E, F, G, A, B, C - lembra da lição I ?). Esta noção, embora possa ser útil para se iniciar um processo de aprendizagem de teoria musical é, ao mesmo tempo, uma crença da qual devemos nos afastar com a máxima urgência. Existem, na verdade, inúmeras escalas musicais, das quais pelo menos dois tipos básicos devem ser familiares àqueles que pretendem fazer alguma coisa "decente" com uma guitarra (ou violão). Não pretendemos, nem vamos, esgotar aqui o assunto de escalas musicais, uma vez que o número de escalas possiveis de serem construidas no braço do instrumento é praticamente ilimitado, vamos apenas, como já mencionado, abordar os dois grandes tipos de escalas, a partir das quais na verdade se derivam todas as demais. Podemos, em principio, dizer que as escalas podem ser maiores ou menores.
Vespers Sometimes the most rewarding production tricks or techniques are the simplest ones. Certainly they are often the ones that yield the most “happy accidents,” the term I use for when experimentation yields something that rocks. Over the next while, I’m going to go through some of my go-to tricks for inspiration from unlikely sources – the often overlooked, sometimes misunderstood, always unappreciated devices in Live’s catalog. Today we’re going to kick it off with a not-so-common use of the Live’s Gate. This little guy right here: Everyone (or rather MOST people) know about Live’s sidechain input on its compressor. What many people don’t know about, or at least don’t utilize, is the sidechain in on the Gate device. Like sidechain compression, it’s a useful feature to pull out when making things dovetail together in the mix to clean up a signal, but in general when I use it it’s for an entirely different purpose. Basically the approach is this: 1 – Take a sustained note from a synth.
- Featured Reviews When I first saw a picture of the Copperphone, I had no idea what to think other than I had to try it. In true home-brew-tinkerer fashion, Mark Pirro makes the Copperphone by hand, one at a time, in his garage. And the result is stunning. What is it? The Copperphone is a dynamic microphone manufactured with vintage communication components and telephone parts. This is instant lo-fi audio in the most classy and fabulous sense—just point it at your source and enjoy. The Copperphone is a piece of copper pipe with a brilliantly simple stand mount. Where from? I held my first Copperphone—a very used and abused sample, I might add—following one of the most incredible live concerts I’ve ever seen. “As the bass player for The Polyphonic Spree I have watched Tim DeLaughter, (lead) singer in the band, search sonically for the perfect nostalgic “telephone” effect for his voice,” says Mark Pirro. Getting sounds The most likely place to start was vocals. Final thoughts Price: $249.99
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