In this DVD, Dave Celentano concludes his “three level” rock lead guitar course by introducing the student to a variety of complete solos to learn and play over the band rhythm tracks. Topics include: '80s style soloing, modal soloing in rock, acoustic blues soloing, triads, arpeggios, legato string bending, vibrato, tapping, and more. Dave demonstrates all the solos, then breaks each down into small sections for learning and discusses important concepts, theory, and scales.
Renowned Berklee College of Music faculty guitarist Jon Finn, combines his experience, education, and stylistic versatility in this eclectic series of lessons for aspiring rock guitarists. Jon's innovative approach is unique, fun, and challenging. The book/CD set and DVD both offer a well researched original take on the use of pentatonic scales in rock improvisation. Using his "Warp Refraction Principle" which takes into account the major third tuning interval between the second and third strings, Jon presents a series of five vertical patterns applied in two-string increments throughout the fretboard. The philosophy behind this project is to present concepts and techniques as a thought process rather than simply providing a reference manual.
Learn advanced data analysis techniques to gain insights into real-world data sets using Haskell.
Learn to develop powerful iOS and WatchOS applications by harnessing the full potential of Swift 2
Designed for developers who already have a basic understanding of Kotlin, this video course examines some of the additional major features that make the language highly extensible and unique compared to other JVM languages. You'll learn about more advanced uses for functions, class scenarios, and delegation, along with best practices for working with generics, metaprogramming, and asynchronous programming. Once you've added the skills in this video to your programming tool belt, you'll be fully proficient in Kotlin as well as a more well-rounded Java developer.
Advanced Java Performance: HotSpot GC Tuning LiveLessons covers the common fundamentals between all the HotSpot GCs and emphasize the differences. The eight lessons will arm you with what you need to tackle your application’s performance problems where the garbage collector has been identified as the bottleneck. You'll also get an introduction to G1 GC to hit the ground running now, or in the future when G1 GC becomes the default GC in JDK9.
In Advanced Country Guitar, Albert Lee performs some of his favorite tunes and analyzes his baffling technique in depth. Songs include "Fun Ranch Boogie", "Tiger Rag" and "That's Alright Mama". Albert also discusses his hybrid Travis picking style, chord voicing, scalar ideas, how to create long seamless lines based off chord shapes, double stopconcepts, and analysis of his classic guitar parts.