There´s no blank page left in my practice journal and the summer holidays in Berlin are coming to its end. So I bought a new journal and set up a practice plan for the next three month. Just making sure I stay focused in my goals when I´m back to my everyday live.Read More
what shall i practice? in this lesson i start talking about my own practice routine, the exercises i use and much more...
In this weeks episode we´ll take a closer look at the space you are practicing in. Five short tips will help you make the most of your practicing time
The random cycle helps you practice chord voicings in an efficient way.You´ll learn the notes on the fretboard and at the same time you´ll practice a new chord. Plus this exercise could be a starting point to write your own compositions.
In this episode I´ll explain a system for learning new songs by heart and making sure to never forget them again. The system is derived from the german „lernkartei" which was developed by Sebastian Leitner.
This is the last part of my series on how to practice scales. Today I´m going to talk about sequences and the "Palette Chart" a system that Jon Damian showed me many years ago.
This is part two of a three part series on how to practice scales.I´ll talk about the importance of practicing your scales in four bar units and demonstrate some of the exercises I invented.
This is part one of a three part series on how to practice scales.I will demonstrate ways how you can practice scales with even more clarity.
Practicing with clarity will make the difference between good and great practice.
Find out what you want to practice and why you want to practice it. Set goals and write down a schedule for the next 7 days.
I´ll talk about rituals, delayed gratification, inspiration, interesting books, MOOCS and podcasts.