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New courses from the Soundslice community, August 2o

Three new courses have found their way to the Soundslice store.

@Realalexhahn Vol. 3: Transcriptions (@realalexhahn) — $20

course coverThe award-winning Monk Institute grad Alex Hahn is back with his second Soundslice course. In the same vein as his previous release, this collection contains 20 saxophone solos in the jazz, blues and funk genres.

Though the etudes are performed on tenor and baritone sax, they can be transposed to any key at the touch of a button.

You can purchase or preview the course here.

Summer Solstice (@RonFranklin1) — $5

course coverHere’s a nice fingerstyle piece by Ron Franklin that’ll serve well the next time someone asks you to play something solo.

Like a few of his other originals, “Summer Solstice” uses an open tuning that lets the guitar get a big sound. (Open C in this case.) This piece is recommended for the intermediate guitarist who’s comfortable with Travis picking.

Watch Ron’s performance of the piece before, or click here to purchase the transcription.

Twelve Tone Box || 12 Major II-V-I’s (@pedrovelascomusic) — $6

course coverGuitarist Pedro Velasco of London as has put together 12 musical morsels with simple rules: (1) create space and (2) make use of as much sustain as possible.

These haunting and beautiful motifs follow major ii-V-I progressions through each key center, though they might not sound like it. See an example below for a taste of what’s in store.

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 its creator’s channel (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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