Original Songs, Callouses, and Transposing Shortcuts
A nursery rhyme, a chillhop mix, and a 1950's tune walk into a bar... On this week's live lesson, the guys tackle a variety of questions. Aldrine gets a little side tracked reminiscing about previous Denver Uke Fests, before the guys discuss callouses earn and callouses lost. They also talk about quick practice sessions, and quicker transposing tips before diving into their original songs. They wrap up the lesson by discussing some musical history and the impact of recording technology.
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Questions Asked this Week:
1:35 Where do you stay for the Denver Uke Fest?
9:35 Do you need different callouses for playing slides, hammer-ons, and pull-offs?
19:20 What should you do if you only have 5-15 minutes to practice?
22:55 How can you think of chords faster when transposing?
34:05 Aldrine's Song
38:35 Kahai's Song
45:35 Aaron's Song
52:50 The impact of recording technology on music.
References/resources for this video:
TLL Podcast #48 - Take a Chance
Ukulele 101 - Week 10: Picking on the Ukulele
Uke Minutes - Hammer Ons
Uke Minutes - Pull-Offs and Hammer-Pulls
Uke Minutes - Hammer-Pull Exercises
Webcam Sessions - Ukulele Expression Tricks
TLL Podcast #8 - If You Give a Mouse a Uke
Uke Lesson - La Vie En Rose
Ukulele 102 - Week 4: Chord Families
Music Theory - Week 7: Chord Families
Uke Minutes - Chord Families
Uke Minutes - Movable Chord Shapes
Uke Minutes - Movable 7th Chord Shapes
Ukulele 102 - Week 6: Chord Inversions & Extensions
Diagram - Circle of Fifths
Video - How to Use the Circle of Fifths
Music Theory - Week 10: Circle of Fifths
UU+ Forum - Live Lesson Challenge #5
Youtube - Kahai's Song
Picture - Aaron's Mashup of From Up On Poppy Hill and Lofi Hip Hop
Youtube - Adventure Time (Jake the Dog's Wisdom)
Youtube - Frankie Valli
Youtube - Back to the Future Dance
Youtube - Buddy Holly
Youtube - Oh! Darling
Youtube - How a recording studio mishap shaped '80s music
Youtube - Rose From The Concrete (The Cookies)