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Daily Doses
Daily Doses are little mini "work-outs" for you to improve and reinforce your technique every single day. Take 10 minutes to view the lesson, spend a few minutes practicing, and then upload your results to our Daily Dose Facebook Page for Feedback from Dojo U instructors and peers!

Daily Dose: Beaton Your Head Against the Wall

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Let's look at the first part of this classic jig and focus on great gracenotes.

Daily Dose: This one's a throw-away.

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Let's look at this great exercise from Jim McGillivray's Rhythmic Fingerwork book.

Daily Dose: March of the Taorluath Part 2

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The March of the Taorluath returns, this time with ALAP/ASAP

Daily Dose: Dynamic Scale Mountaineering!

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Can you complete the ALAP/ASAP scale climber exercise? Let's see!

Daily Dose: It's Loud, But Not Louden Uff!

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The first phrase of Lady Louden today, focused on short-note fusion.

Daily Dose: No Bottle

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No bottle translates to "no birl" - you know, Scottish talk, and stuff! Let's work on birls today.

Daily Dose: Pick a Part, Any Part

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Pick any part from your repertoire and showcase your awesome ALAP/ASAP - ready, set, go!

Daily Dose: Compound Contrast

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ALAP/ASAP is all about contrast, even in compound time.

Daily Dose: Some Rhythmic Fingerwork

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Today we look at a classic exercise from Jim McGillivray's classic "Rhythmic Fingerwork" book, but we look specifically through the lense of rhythmic accuracy. Let's have a look.