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Re: Dynamics in Stage 4
« Reply #30 on: November 08, 2019, 10:58:19 pm »
That's fine dude. I'm not rejecting close2u suggestion, I was just trying to understand and explain, but seems like I can't point out my arguments too much. I still feel like I haven't explained enough or that I didn't get what close2u was saying. It's hard to comunicate sometimes.

Mate, close2u wrote you what Justin is saying.

Let's put it in one extreme example:
- you learn A, D and E chords
- you practice A, D and E chords
- you master A, D and E chords that you can play stage 1 songs at full speed

You move to stage 2:
- you learn Amin, Emin and Dmin chords
- you practice only Amin, Emin and Dmin chords
- you master Amin, Emin and Dmin chords and you can play "A Girl Like You" at full speed (a song example that only requires to play minor chords)

You want to try to play I'd Rather Go Blind (which only has two chords - one major and one minor) but you realise that you haven't practiced the major chords at all and that you forgot how to play them.

I know that this is an extreme example but hopefully it explains what close2u wrote you.

Or if you want even worse comparison:
- first you learn how to walk
- then you run (but still use everything you learnt when you started walking)

This guy described my schedule pretty well. But he claimed this: "close2u wrote you what Justin is saying.
Let's put it in one extreme example...", but I don't think he understood close2u as well, because close2u was talking about mixing and blending.
« Last Edit: November 09, 2019, 09:07:54 pm by Fresher »
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