You may submit recordings for the current challenge if you have completed the first five steps (red level #1). Having worked on technique some will make everything you play better. Thanks
(The challenges are not ordered by difficulty, so #8 is not ‘harder’ than #1. They are labeled in the order they were created.)
These challenges will help you if you do them, but they won’t help you nearly as much if you just observe what others do. Before I took Quantum Mechanics, I read the book by David Griffiths in the summer, cover to cover. It helped as an introduction, but it would have helped me a lot more if I worked through the problems.
Taking action is part of improvement.
Try not to be shy about how you play these, we’re all learning and moving forward.
Time Limits & Availability
Try them! I’m going to place a time limit on when I’m going to accept submissions with feedback. And they may vanish after some amount of time to be placed in separate courses.
You’ll have time to check them out. But there will be deadlines on submission and eventually on access to the earlier challenges.
That will also make the challenges, as the list grows, become more manageable for new members who won’t see an enormous list of challenges to tackle.
So try them out! And submit recordings on the current challenge if you would like feedback.
Learn the line and send a recording.
Submission Deadline: December 5, 2016
(Submission deadline passed, for the challenges that are still available, try them out if you would like, and you can ask question, but feedback will not be given on recordings)