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PRACTICE & TRAINING: Developing Creativity - Part One Andrew for FREE lesson Handouts.This Video: August 03, 2012 | Search Videos by Title/Date.GO TO: Wasson of Creative Guitar Studio answers a viewers question...Q: I consider myself a person who has difficulty taking the information of; chords & scales and making new original ideas with them. Some people I jam with seem to easily take all of the ordinary musical concepts and make fresh musical ideas. Is this just a natural ability some people are born with, or can someone like me actually learn to do this? Dave -- Warren, NJ. USAA: The area of creativity is one which many musicians struggle with. Whether you're an amateur, or a professional, we all experience times when we feel a severe lack of creative juice flowing. Since I've never dedicated much of any time to the topic of creativity here on my online video lessons, I have decided to make a two-part series that takes a close look at this very important subject. First of all, I do believe that creativity methods can be taught. By analyzing the way we use the left & right sides of our brain, we can clearly understand how maintaining a balance between them can increase creative output along with our sense of overall freedom to be creative! The better the balance, the faster you can compose, and learn to perform most any musical idea. In part two, we'll look at getting into that creative zone, we'll discuss stable musical sound's vs. unstable sounds, and we'll explore a very cool artistic guitar exercise I use with students here in my studio for balancing the left & right-brain creativity processes!MY TWITTER FEED: WASSON - Personal Website: postings - w/FREE Guitar Handouts)____________________________________Visit our Creative Guitar Studio Zazzle page: Creative Guitar Studio Products Website: CLOUD: Listen to some of my songs. YOU TUBE CHANNEL: The Guitar BlogAndrew's Popular "GuitarBlog" YouTube Channel: Fan Page: Guitar Studio on Blogspot:
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