February 1st, 2014
Latest version of AOV: March 3, 2014
The chapter on rhythm has been completely revised. This chapter has proven to be an elusive one to write but I believe with this new version, I’ve managed to capture the essence of what I’ve been trying to convey.
Please download it here.
To open the book, you will need a password which is your email address, the same one you use to download the book.
January 9th, 2014
One of the easiest ways to develop speed is to play in groups of notes rather than singly. Instead of thinking of one note after another, think in terms of groups of notes.
A good piece to apply this technique to is Carcassi Study #7. The study forms an integral part of the 60 day virtuoso program.
Here’s a recent performance of the piece:
July 22nd, 2013
The new version of Practicing the Tremolo is now available. I’ve added musical examples and reformatted it slightly. Other than that, not much else is changed.
One of the things I’ve decided to implement for my books is DRM or Digital Rights Management. Basically, it means you will need your email address to open the book. It is a hassle, I know, but present conditions leave me with little choice.
With this new version, I’ve also increased the price to $18, which I believe is still a reasonable price.
To read more about Practicing the Tremolo, please go to this link.