Published in Updates on 15/06/2019 01:41 pm.
So, here it is. It isn’t perfect, but it’s enjoyable and laid back, like I’ve been told I am, so that’s what you get? Anyway. I hope you enjoy it.
I tried a couple of things and although I haven’t taken them for thus long a time that they caused further brain damage, although levodopa is a wonderful thing, you might want to consider other supplements like l-tyrosine, a precursor that stimulates production of levodopa producing braincells. Again, consult with your doctor.
Published in Updates on 13/06/2019 12:02 pm.
I think the Chicago Manual of Style would now agree with how I wrote it, but who knows? I’m terribly Dutch and most certainly not perfect. I hope it’s even better this way and without weird misinterpretations of the English language. Although no pun will be discovered, if I mean to say I fixed it up to look like I have a far better “command” of the English language than at first seemed to be the case, pun is fully intended. (“Command,” get it? I’m not speaking with “commandment,” which isn’t proper English? No, you don’t get it, because I removed all possible links to that horrid mistake from the text. Bye, bye, pun!)
Published in Updates on 28/05/2019 07:05 pm.
Have you ever used the dorian mode? Jason Ricci has! And here it is and all other modes as you can find them in all positions on your diatonic mouth harp, as well as a number of other scales : Blues, pentatonic Blues/rock, three gypsy scales, and more! Best of luck with it.
Published in Updates on 28/05/2019 12:12 pm.
I made a quick overview of the scales you can find on your chromatic mouth harp. Since it’s a repeating pattern, I figured I only reference hole numbers 1 through 4 and you should be able to handle the transposing yourself. Good luck with it.
Published in Updates on 26/05/2019 12:09 pm.