In this live online workshop, Pyramind YouTube star, Matt Donner, discusses how different songs leverage a particular technique to achieve “”that sound””. Starting with one common technique shared by Deadmau5, the Foo Fighters and Hans Zimmer, he will showcase how knowing and using music theory can allow you to “”borrow”” chords, progressions and modes to achieve an intense and downward movement in harmony. Matt will also cover more common progressions and ways to take simple (and well-used progressions) and add complexity and emotional change to be both unique and interesting.
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Dave Mustaine discusses song-writing at Guitar Center Sessions (Part 1 of 9).
Since forming Megadeth in 1983, Dave Mustaine has sold over 20 million albums, been nominate for 7 Grammys, and influenced and inspired a generation. Dave Mustaine shares his experiences and insights from his celebrated and distinguished career during Guitar Center Sessions in Hollywood CA.read more
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