Even if you have lessons you know that most of the time you need to teach yourself and make sure you are improving while you practice guitar. You need to make sure that are getting something out of how you practice and spend your time.
In this video, I am going to talk about how you can easily add something to your practice sessions that will help you evaluate your playing and give you an idea about whether you are progressing. I will also go over 3 things to keep in mind to get the most out of this way of working.
0:00 Intro – How Lessons really work
0:36 How To Teach Yourself
0:53 The Only Approach to Know how you sound
1:22 Why Should You Record Yourself
2:00 The main reason this works better
2:48 How To Record Yourself
3:36 Using Video – A Phone and A Coffee Mug
4:05 More Metronome than Backing track?
4:52 I HATE listening to my own playing. (The Confidence problem)
5:16 Just Get Started! – Notice Negative and Positive Things
5:52 Strategies for using recordings
6:39 The Gap Between how it feels and how it actually sounds
7:14 3 things You Need to Do
7:31 #1 – Distraction
8:14 #2 – How Do You Want it to sound
9:12 #3 – Measure over a longer period
10:01 How Do You Use Recordings of your playing in your practice?
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