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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: Another Fancy Major

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In this dose we look at part of the 3rd part of Major Nickerson's Fancy. It's a tricky bit of grace noting and requires good rhythm. 

Daily Dose: Top Hand Strikes

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In this dose we look at some top hand strikes a listen for accuracy and size of the strikes.

Daily Dose: Heavy Low Hand Strikes

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Focusing in on low hand heavy strikes is a great way to identify rolling crossing noises in our strikes.  Here's a simple exercise to improve!

Daily Dose: Major Nickerson's Arpeggios

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In this Daily Dose we look at Major Nickerson's Fancy, a 6/8 Jig that uses many arpeggios.  What a great way to make sure we aren't playing crossing noises!

Daily Dose: Crossing Noises in Dot Cut Cut Dot Rhythms

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So there's a few super common Dot Cut Cut Dot Rhythms that show up in piping and they happy to be a harbor for crossing noises.  Let's flush them out with this exercise.  

Daily Dose: Doubling Fusion Improvement

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Oh dear, it's the dreaded E Doubling from F... Here's a great exercise to work on just that and well a little bit more, like fusion of course!

Daily Dose: Taorluath Fusion Fun!

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Let's work on our Fusion and Low G Embellishments!  Check out this fun little exercise!

Daily Dose: Why Making Crossing Noises is GOOD

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How could making crossing noises ever be good you ask? Let me ask this first, do you hear every single crossing noise that you make when playing? Tune in to find out why it's important to make crossing noises.

Daily Dose: Triad Timing Training

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Here's a fun one to help train your foot and your brain! It's an excellent workout in timing using our Triads.