The Learn Guitar podcast from the National Guitar Academy will make you a better guitarist by teaching you our best guitar tips and secrets for rapid progress. We SIMPLIFY the guitar world so you can make music and have fun as quickly as possible. We discuss chords and chord technique, we share lead guitar secrets, we tell you how to sound more rhythmic and musical and we also teach you music theory. ‘Lead Lines’ is the part of the show when we discuss lead guitar techniques, scales, riffs, solos and secondary guitar techniques. ‘Quick Chords’ is the part of the show when we discuss chords & chord technique. ‘Tips & Advice’ is the part of the show when we answer your questions about guitar & music culture. If you’ve got a question for us please email us at “email@example.com” and we’ll try our best to help you out. ‘Rhythm Section’ is the part of the show when we discuss how to boost your rhythmic ability to make your guitar playing sound more musical. ‘Theory Tips’ is the part of the show when we share some bite-sized music theory tips. ‘One Last Thing’ is the part of the show when we leave you with a parting gift; something randomly cool or interesting about music or guitar culture. Bonus Packs For each podcast we create a ‘bonus pack’ that expands on what we’ve discussed in the episode. Each bonus pack includes video lessons, diagrams, chordboxes and practice materials, that build on the things we’ve discussed in the podcast. (There's only so much we can explain through audio. Sometimes it's easier to SHOW you stuff and that's when the bonus packs come in handy.)
By National Guitar Academy
Inspired by over-the-cubical-wall conversations about the changing world of electronics and electrical engineering, Daniel Bogdanoff and Mike Hoffman set out to create an electrical engineering podcast. Covering a broad range of topics from the basics of electrical engineering to the tough engineering problems of tomorrow’s technologies, Daniel & Mike bring in members of Keysight’s engineering team to provide their unique perspectives.
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Join us for the adventure of a lifetime. We discuss everything that is, was, or might be in the world of Doctor Who. Discussing Who features interviews, reviews, news, and more about our favorite Time Lord. It’s an adventure in space and time, and you’re invited! Discussing Who is part of the Discussing Network. Hosted by Kyle Jones, Clarence Brown, and Lee Shackleford.
By Kyle Jones, Clarence Brown, and Lee Shackleford
Photoshop Digital Retouching and Restoration video podcast tutorials for professional retouchers, restorers and photographers. Using Photoshop CS3 Michelle takes you on a journey through a magical land of tools, tip and tasty tutorials. Digital Touch up will show you how to get the best from your photo's just like the pro's.
By Michelle Jones
I'm an artist. I paint mostly in oils. In early 2006 I took on a project I call Everyday Paintings, which was what I thought would be a daunting but doable goal of painting a new painting everyday, making them competent paintings, beautiful and hopefully valuable. Believing that something is only as valuable as what someone is willing to pay for it, I determined to test the market using solely eBay for sales, and along the way, building a list of contacts who are interested in my work.<br><br> Since I do good work, and a day of good work ought to be worth at least $100, I start each auction with a minimum bid of $100. <br><br> To be added to my FREE Everyday Paintings mailing list (you will receive a small picture via e-mail of each new painting I do, plus notification of any new Paintcast™), please visit my Everyday Paintings site: http://www.everydaypaintings.com . There is a sign-up box on the right column. You can read all about me and my art background at http://www.DarrowArt.com (my larger, older website), and by reading my personal blog there. (Yes, I maintain more than one blog).
By David R. Darrow