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New courses from the Soundslice community, July 2

Here are three new courses in our store produced by musicians in the Soundslice community.

Classical Guitar for Beginners & Intermediates (@guitarrasinlimites) — $59

Felipe Munoz is a classical guitarist from Valencia, Spain. In addition to being a wonderful performer, Felipe is a well-regarded teacher in the Spanish-speaking world: He’s the mastermind behind the popular YouTube channel and instructional website of the same name, Guitarra Sin Limites. (Guitar without limits.)

Each slice in Felipe’s Soundslice course has three camera angles to select from. The lessons progress in difficulty, and they’re a good mix of both classic repertoire and fundamentals.

Purchase or preview the course here.

Five standards: Improvisation/Inspiration (@UffeSteen) — $16

If you’re a blues guitarist with an interest in jazz, Uffe Steen is your guy, and this collection of etudes is for you. Hailing from Denmark, Uffe approaches jazz improvisation with some of the tools that blues guitarists know well: bends and vibrato. That said, his melodic approach does not contain cliches that you’d hear in the 12-bar form. (Perhaps owing to his conservatory training as a classical clarinetist.)

In this collection of etudes, Uffe plays over the form of five standards — Blue in Green, Recordame, Misty, Afternoon in Paris and Alone Together — each with their own melodic focus. (E.g., Rubato, bebop lines, bends, etc.) You can purchase or preview the course here.

30 Melodies for Cello, Volume 1, 1-10 (@dcason) — $10

David Cason is a music educator who runs a real-world K-8 strings program, as well as a YouTube series called Cello from the Beginning. This Soundslice course he’s put together contains 10 short Berthold Tours cello pieces. Each piece comes with two recordings: a solo cello reference track for study (recorded by David) and a piano-only playalong track. No accompanist needed! For the intermediate cellist, this is an encouraging and, dare we say, fun way to practice these pieces.

Purchase or preview the course here.

Create and sell your own courses

Did you know you can create and sell your own lessons and transcriptions on Soundslice? We have a section of our store dedicated to community-created courses. You’ll also see any such course listed on the channel of its creator (as in the neighboring photo). If you’re comfortable creating slices and you’re interested in making instructional content, check out our guide on selling courses.

If you’re new to Soundslice, we recommend that you first get a feel for making a slice or two for your own channel before diving into course creation. Have a look at our “Getting started” video.

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