So they have released a whole bunch of tutorials and there is some differences with the Android version but have big feeling that if going through them all someone will be fully educated in the ways of this mobile DAW.
How to make the sounds for The Man With The Red Face - Laurent Garnier in DRC Polyphonic Synthesizer
New app of developer that have specialized in practice apps for electric guitar players, specially catering for more technically inclined players.
How do guitar giants like Allan Holdsworth, Greg Howe, Guthrie Govan, Brett Garsed, Shawn Lane and others write such exciting rock fusion songs? Why is their phrasing so rich, original and interesting?
This app will introduce you to this amazing world of modern, elegant and catchy guitar phrasing that takes elements from jazz, metal, rock, or any other genre with an original and challenging solo for electric guitar that will help you mold your own unique vocabulary for improvisation. This solo features a variety of modern fusion phrasing approaches divided into 30 challenging bite-sized licks.
Learn this solo with style while learning from this interesting genre with high quality video, audio and tab at three different speeds.
Other guitarists of this genre are Scott Henderson, Marco Sfogli, Martin Miller, Tom Quayle
- Original modern rock fusion solo for electric guitar
- 30 licks with videos, audios at three different speeds
- 31 backing tracks at three different speeds
- Theory behind each lick
- Included metronome
- Animated tablature
- High quality integrated video with zoom control
Basic knowledge and experience playing the electric guitar is highly recommended.
NOTE: If you run into any issues, have questions or suggestions, please email us to email@example.com or use the website contact: http://www.amparosoft.com/?q=contact
Modern Rock Fusion is also available for Android, PC and Mac in Amazon, Google Play or directly from http://www.amparosoft.com.
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All music is composed and played by Otto Reina
Just finished seeing the first eight episodes so it was fun to see this video. Do not feel it really hits it mark but I like that there is now a pretty large series of sound tutorials and want to take the time and go through them all. Think it is a great source to learn synthesizer programming without too much technical chuppilupps.
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