Plagiarizing, Transposing Inversions, & Staying Relaxed
The UU guys are back to talk Inversions and Movable Chords; plagiarizing and being influenced; and avoiding injuries related to ukulele playing. Aldrine also demonstrates three levels of utilizing inversions/chord shapes, and keeping a relaxed form while playing. The team ends this week's discussion with how often strings SHOULD be changed versus how often they REALLY are.
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Questions Asked this Week:
0:27 Talking about Real Issues
4:20 Are Chord Inversions and Movable Chords the Same thing?
11:15 Easy Application of Chord Shapes
12:45 Using Shapes to Transpose
13:45 Advanced Application of Chord Shapes & Inversions
17:25 Using Inversions for Solos & Strumming
19:20 How do you know that you didn't plagiarized a song?
24:25 Aldrine's coincidental Song
29:25 Music used to be Public Knowledge, and Parodies
32:55 Everyone's Influenced by other Artist
35:55 Have you experienced "Ukulele" Elbow?
43:00 Avoiding discomfort and stiffness
48:05 Keeping Your Chording Hand Relaxed
52:20 You can always ask us for feedback
55:30 My Body isn't made for ukulele, You make playing look Easy
1:00:05 How often do you change your strings?
1:03:50 Scarborough Fair Solo, Upcoming Shows and Dates
TUUP #55 - Guitalele Challenge (Practicing Chord Inversions)
Ukulele 102 – Week 6: Chord Inversions & Extensions
Webcam Sessions – Figuring Out Chord Inversions
Improvement Systems - Solo Secrets Revealed (Chord Inversions)
Uke Minutes - Movable Chord Shapes
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