Module 1 Practice Schedule

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Hi. Does anyone know whether i can share my learning progress from website (at PC) with the app? Is it possible to install the app on multiple devices? Or is a new subsciption required for each device?

Many thanks for informations :slight_smile:
Christoph

You can definitely use the app on multiple IOS devices if they use the same Apple account. I don’t know about Android. Unfortunately there is no sharing capability between the app and the website.

Hi Christoph. The ability to sync and share between the actual JustinGuitar website and its Practice Assistant and the JustinGuitar Lessons & Songs App is a much requested feature. But, unfortunately, it is not yet available and may not be for some time.
Cheers :blush:
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I have been using this website for a week. And this is my first time learning to play guitar. I find this website so informative.

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@Zionmark
Welcome to the community :guitar::notes:

Hello @Zionmark and welcome.
Glad to hear you are enjoying it.

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This module practice routine is awesome. I am 50 years old and started to learn about 2 weeks ago. I can feel the progress. After listening to the “Huberman Lab” podcast suggested by Justin, I may have a few insights to the practice routine:

  1. Since the 1 min A-D D-A fast chord switch correlates with the high repetition error making, it actually opens the gate for more efficient learning and therefore it might be beneficial to move it up the schedule to be the first exercise, and than chord perfect, anchor finger…

  2. It will be helpful to my opinion to put a 1 or 2 minute quite timer after the fast switching exercises, and the 10min song playing. This is for closing the eyes and rest, letting the brain digest. May be with mild white noise during the timer.

  3. The 10min song playing correlates very well to the external metronome sync practice Andrew Huberman is talking about which enhances learning.

Anyway thank you very much for helping me make an old dream come true. :nerd_face:

Hey I don’t know if it’s just me but the video seems to cut to a black screen right after the 4:54 mark FYI.

So for chord changes, am I counting every chord or each pair?
A->D is that one chord change or two chords I count?

Hi @Kilowatt_123 John, welcome to the community! We count the changes, so A->D is one, A->D->A is two, and so on. I was at this for a while before I realized I regularly gave myself an extra count: I counted each chord I played. No big deal, but might a well do it properly!

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No I noticed that too

Hi Corban @CG2010, welcome to the community! Fortunately there’s nothing really to see in that bit anyway! I haven’t seen this occur again in any of the lessons I’ve done. :smiley:

I love the 1 min change exercise. It’s really usefull and recorded stats and visible improvement are so rewarding!
Nevertheless, I struggle with fluency of my arm movement when playing A and D chords. I move my arm to each beat and strum only on beat one. It’s not difficult to move my forearm, tap my foot, count aloud and change chords on the guitar neck. Everything is fluent. However, once I need to strum the strings, I tend to freeze for a moment in order to place my thumb/pick precisely and avoid the two thickest strings. Any tips how to avoid this and be more fluent without strumming wrong strings?

Hi @Migelito, I guess the best way is to slow down as much as you need to be able to make sure you hit the right strings without interrupting the movement of your arm. Once this goes smoothly you can start speeding up, and not looking at the strings. It will come with practice!

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