- Aug 29 Fri 2014 22:38
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- Jul 21 Mon 2014 21:50
Mr. Crowley - Ozzy Osbourne
Mr. Crowley, what went on in your head?
Oh, Mr. Crowley, did you talk to the dead?
Your life style to me seemed so tragic
With the thrill of it all
You fooled all the people with magic
Yeah, you waited on Satan's door
Mr. Charming, did you think you were pure?
Mr. Alarming, in nocturnal rapport
Uncovering things that were sacred
Manifest on this Earth
Conceived in the eye of a secret
And they scattered the afterbirth
Mr. Crowley, won't you ride my white horse?
Mr. Crowley, it's symbolic, of course
Approaching a time that is classic
I hear that maiden's call
Approaching a time that is drastic
Standing with their backs to the wall
Was it polemically sent
l want to know what you meant
I want to know, I want to know what you meant, yeah
- May 16 Fri 2014 16:16
- May 01 Thu 2014 23:58
有時候在command line打包好一個檔，卻又懶的用 ftp 或 sftp抓的時候，可以直接用mail指令寄到信箱
Usage: mail -eiIUdEFntBDNHRV~ -T FILE -u USER -h hops -r address -s SUBJECT -a FILE -q FILE -f FILE -A ACCOUNT -b USERS -c USERS -S OPTION users
> echo "As Attached" | mail -s "標題哥" -a "/檔案路徑/檔名.tar" firstname.lastname@example.org
- Apr 06 Sun 2014 09:54
這時執行query就會需到Mysql Server has gone away的錯誤 (uncaught exception)
補充，你可以判斷Exception的種類看是不是真的是Mysql Server has gone away，然後做是否重連線執行query的決定。
- Mar 29 Sat 2014 22:25
//A very basic job daemon that you can extend to your needs.
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- Jun 21 Fri 2013 11:54
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- May 01 Wed 2013 02:42
Rockabilly comes from a time in which music had a big swing feel which was necessary for the dancers who wished to "dance to the bop", and has a kind of hillbilly approach to playing swing that gives it its own special rhythm. Let's try this in the key of E over standard 12-bar blues changes.
I have two basic rhythms to get started with. This one is an arpeggio style and the other in the following lesson is single 8th notes on low strings.
- May 01 Wed 2013 02:39
- May 01 Wed 2013 02:37
- May 01 Wed 2013 02:32
Welcome to the wonderful world of acoustic fingerpicking! We are going to start right at the beginning with a simple pattern, and move all the way on through up to some techniques of the pros!
Let's start from the top, with a simple 4-step pattern.
This four-step fingerpicking pattern is a super-powerful building block for fingerstyle guitar.
For this pattern, play the sixth string (Low E) with a downward pluck of your thumb. Next, pluck upwards on the first string (high E string) with your middle finger. Next, pluck downwards on the third string (G string) with your thumb. Lastly, pluck upwards on the second string (B string) with your index finger.
This pattern of four steps constitutes one half measure of music in 4/4 time. The count is: One And Two And. To complete a full measure, simply play the pattern again, with this count: Three And Four And.
Repeat this pattern over and over, trying to maintain a consistent rhythm, and gradually building up your speed.
In the next lesson, we'll take a look at how to apply this pattern to a variety of chords.
COMMONLY ASKED FINGERPICKING QUESTIONS:
Q: I see you are using only your thumb, index, and middle fingers? I've seen some players use three fingers, plus the thumb. Which is correct?
A: There is no absolute right or wrong to this. You'll hear opinions on both sides of the aisle. My personal preference is based on the tradition called "Travis Picking" named for guitarist Merle Travis. I personally feel this pattern of finger moves, which uses the thumb twice within the pattern, opens up more rhythmic possibilities as you get into more advanced techniques.
Q: What is "TRAVIS PICKING?"
A: The signature "Travis" move is that alternating thumb beat - the fact that your thumb does double-duty, alternating between the bass note, and the third string (or a variation of that) of the guitar. That provides a steady rhythm against which you can then add ornamentations, syncopation, melody, etc. Some students ask why they can't do these same patterns using three fingers, and the thumb on the bass note only. Technically you may be able to, but in so doing you compromise that steady "thump thump" of the Travis-style thumb beats.
Q: Is it necessary to have long fingernails to play fingerstyle guitar?
A: No. My personal preference is to have long-ish nails on the thumb, index, and middle fingers of my right hand. However, many players prefer to play with short nails. There is a difference in tone when using nails vs. not using nails. With nails, the tone is a bit crisper, without nails, it is a bit more muted. It's a matter of personal preference.