Zero Point Guitar

Autor: James Martin
Publisher: Lulu.com
ISBN: 1291826645
File Size: 12,80 MB
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A 112 page bible for the aspiring guitar player! This book takes the absolute beginner on a journey from holding the guitar all the way to rhythm and lead playing, creating searing and memorable solos and rhythm parts and figuring out any song you want to learn! Stage 1 - Holding the guitar, open strings rhythm and fretting exercises Stage 2 - Basic chords and strumming patterns, introduction to the 12 bar blules Stage 3 - More advanced rhythms, minor and suspended chords, dynamics Stage 4 - Movable chord shapes and the chromatic scale Stage 5 - Rock Essentials! Power chords, rock rhythm guitar tricks, 12 bar boogie patterns, minor and major pentatonic scales Stage 6 - Soloing secrets - how to improvise Stage 7 - Basic music theory: Major and minor scales, harmonising, the Nashville Numbering System, the CAGED system. Stage 8 - How to learn songs, recognising structures, common chord sequences, key etc.

Zero Point Bass Guitar

Autor: James Martin
Publisher: Lulu.com
ISBN: 132603488X
File Size: 33,83 MB
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A complete guide for the aspiring bass player! Everything from how to hold the bass, all the way to virtuoso tricks like slap and pop funk ideas and advanced fretboard tapping. Stage 1: Boot Camp - holding the bass, rhythm, fretting Stage 2: First Steps - playing with a drummer, the role of the bass in a band, basic theory and patterns Stage 3: Basic Training - arpeggios, dynamics, understanding intervals Stage 4: Next Steps - sclaes, riffs, extended arpeggios Stage 5: Nuts & Bolts - practical theory, the Nashville Number System, how to learn songs by ear Stage 6: Going Beyond - slap & pop techniques, tapping, pick hand development and more! Practical music theory, ear training, and how to play in a band are all covered - this book can make you into a complete bass player with everything you need to know to play music in the real world!

Guitar Zero

Autor: Gary Marcus
Publisher: Oneworld Publications
ISBN: 1780741006
File Size: 78,92 MB
Format: PDF, ePub
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On the eve of his fortieth birthday, renowned cognitive scientist Gary Marcus decided to fulfil a lifelong dream and learn to play the guitar. He had tried many times before – failing miserably. This time, he decided to use the tools of his “trade” to see if he might suceed. On his quest he jams with twelve-year-olds and takes master classes with guitar gods. A groundbreaking exploration of the allure of music, Guitar Zero is also an empowering case for the mind’s ability to grow throughout life.

Explorations In Mathematical Physics

Autor: Don Koks
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 0387309438
File Size: 60,85 MB
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Have you ever wondered why the language of modern physics centres on geometry? Or how quantum operators and Dirac brackets work? What a convolution really is? What tensors are all about? Or what field theory and lagrangians are, and why gravity is described as curvature? This book takes you on a tour of the main ideas forming the language of modern mathematical physics. Here you will meet novel approaches to concepts such as determinants and geometry, wave function evolution, statistics, signal processing, and three-dimensional rotations. You will see how the accelerated frames of special relativity tell us about gravity. On the journey, you will discover how tensor notation relates to vector calculus, how differential geometry is built on intuitive concepts, and how variational calculus leads to field theory. You will meet quantum measurement theory, along with Green functions and the art of complex integration, and finally general relativity and cosmology. The book takes a fresh approach to tensor analysis built solely on the metric and vectors, with no need for one-forms. This gives a much more geometrical and intuitive insight into vector and tensor calculus, together with general relativity, than do traditional, more abstract methods. Don Koks is a physicist at the Defence Science and Technology Organisation in Adelaide, Australia. His doctorate in quantum cosmology was obtained from the Department of Physics and Mathematical Physics at Adelaide University. Prior work at the University of Auckland specialised in applied accelerator physics, along with pure and applied mathematics.

Guitar Zero

Autor: Gary Marcus
Publisher: Oneworld Publications
ISBN: 1780741006
File Size: 54,80 MB
Format: PDF, Mobi
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On the eve of his fortieth birthday, renowned cognitive scientist Gary Marcus decided to fulfil a lifelong dream and learn to play the guitar. He had tried many times before – failing miserably. This time, he decided to use the tools of his “trade” to see if he might suceed. On his quest he jams with twelve-year-olds and takes master classes with guitar gods. A groundbreaking exploration of the allure of music, Guitar Zero is also an empowering case for the mind’s ability to grow throughout life.

Guitar Man

Autor: Will Hodgkinson
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
ISBN: 1408855615
File Size: 66,41 MB
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Will Hodgkinson dreamt of being a guitar legend but never got round to it. Now in his thirties and married with children, he still nurtures hopes of emulating his heroes. So he decides to learn the guitar from scratch, start a band and play a gig before it's too late. On his journey of discovery, he picks up tips along the way from Johnny Marr and the Byrds' Roger McGuinn, and attempts to play Davey Graham's 'Anji'. Will his debut gig end in bum notes, 'musical differences' and disaster?

Starting At Zero

Autor: Jimi Hendrix
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing USA
ISBN: 1620403331
File Size: 20,66 MB
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It took just four years in the spotlight for Jimi Hendrix to become an international cultural icon. The sheer impact and originality of his music and his unique mastery of the guitar placed him forever amongst musical giants. But what of the man behind the public image? Modest and intensely private by nature, Jimi was shrouded in intrigue from the moment he first came into the public eye, and the mystery has only grown with time. Much has been written about him by experts, fans, and critics, some of it true and some of it not. He did, however, leave his own account of himself, locked away like a Chinese puzzle in his many interviews, lyrics, writings, poems, diaries, and even stage raps. Starting at Zero brings all these elements together in narrative form. The result is an intimate, funny, and poetic memoir-one that tells, for the first time, Jimi's own story as only he could tell it.