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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: Finger Painting With Your Bagpipes

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Let's just dig deep and make some nasty sounds today, to get to know our bagpipes better.

Daily Dose: Find the Sweet Spot

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Let's simply work on the process of identifying the sweet spot on the manometer today. Can you do it properly?

Daily Dose: Pop Quiz!

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Can you name (and play) the steps of these embellishments in today's pop quiz? Prove it!

Daily Dose - Warm Up With A Crossing Noise Detector

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This isn't just a great crossing noise exercise - it's a great warm up, a great tool for you to use on a daily basis to get the kinks out!

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.

Daily Dose: The Three Taor-migos

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Taorluaths three ways. Do you have control over the steps of this embellishment? Can you prove it?

Daily Dose: Awkwardly Open...

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Well, this is awkward! Can you control embellishments in your tune when they are played super open and controlled?

Daily Dose: Throwin' the Haggis

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When you pipe in the haggis, there's ample opportunity to develop your D throw. Can you control the steps of this embellishment in the context of the tune?

Daily Dose: Zooming In On Your Best Stuff

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Think you've got a passage of your music sounding great? It's time to put its groove to the test by "zooming in" with the metronome. Lemme know you what I mean: