Dynamics in the context of your instrument and in the context of your band, has quite a direct relationship to the sound of the band. This is where it all comes together in a chain of events: Good individual dynamics lead to good band dynamics; and good band dynamics lead to a good sound – the band’s sound. Continue reading “Dynamics Explained: in a Sound Context”
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Continuing from my previous tutorial on dynamics, in the context of your instrument, this my attempt at explaining dynamics in a band’s context. This will help you sound good in a band setting as, you will not only understand where to fit in (and where not to), but also by how much. Continue reading “Dynamics (music) Explained: Band Context”
The application of dynamics may well be the most misunderstood and therefore neglected aspect of a performance, especially here in the Maldives.
This article was inspired by a comment from Faya. Hence, this is the first part of a series of tutorials, in my attempt to explain dynamics in the contexts of:
- Instrument Context (individual dynamics)
- Band Context
- Sound Context
And finally, how the three contexts are inter-related. Continue reading “Dynamics Explained: Instrument Context”
This tutorial will help you get the maximum tonal depth and dynamics for your guitar or bass, just by identifying the optimal output volumes.
This article assumes that you are competent in your playing skills at a moderate level. If not, the following tutorial might not work for you. Read to get your tone right…