------------Jonathan Lamb wrote:Here dear Classmates, are my submissions for Lesson 2.
I can only apologise for the fact it has taken well nigh a month, and not Maestro Delcamp's 'Week', to bring this to you.
Next lesson I shall try to participate in a more timely and active manner, so as not to miss the forum activities.
This was a groundbreaking month!
Darth Vader, I must admit. :cafeine:QuintinBulnes wrote: ------------
...One thing I noticed was a strange sound mixed in with your playing, not sure if it was your fingers sliding on strings 1 through 3 or heavy breathing. If it's breathing then just be aware that your microphone is very sensitive and is picking up your breaths. And while Star Wars is coming out on December 18 and a lot of folks are Darth Vader fans (myself included) it is not a desirable thing when you're playing. So watch your breathing and focus on diverting your energy toward your hands.
Hi, Nguyen Cao, thanks for the suggestion'll practice the variations you suggested. HugsCao Nguyen wrote:Very well done Warley. The rhythm is steady and the sounding is consistent in terms of volume, duration and color. I would love to see you playing as well.
If you want to bring your playing to a new level, I suggest practicing some variations: crescendo and decrescendo, legato and staccato, try some phrasing. If you pay attention to the details of Maestro Delcamp's recordings, you won't find him playing mechanically and monotonously, but very musically. The variations are intentional and controlled, unlike that of beginners.