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    Arrow Aldrine's IAH lessons and quick tips

    *EDIT: new lessons added, see below*

    Hi everyone,

    I know there have been problems with the IAH registration process etc and I've heard the site may be closing down soon. I'm pretty careful with my files etc and have backed up the main lessons and all of the quick tips with a file sharing site (Mediafire).

    Here's a list of what I've backed up so far:

    Lesson - Sunday Morning /first ever lesson! Basic tutorial on Maroon 5's Sunday Morning, includes how to hold and strum the uke properly
    Lesson - I'm Yours
    Lesson - Harana/Serenade
    Lesson - Somewhere over the Rainbow
    Lesson - Song of Time (Zelda) *newly added
    Lesson - Zelda's Lullaby *newly added
    Lesson - You Don't Miss your Water *newly added
    Lesson - Loud Phrases from the Quiet Type *newly added

    File - Somewhere Over the Rainbow Chords and lyrics

    Quick Tip 1 - Warm-ups
    Quick Tip 2 - Advanced warm-ups
    Quick Tip 3 - Tuning the uke
    Quick Tip 4 - The 2 finger roll
    Quick Tip 5 - Thumb picking
    Quick Tip 6 - Clean strumming with Jake Shimabukuro

    If you'd like to check them out here is the address:

    http://www.mediafire.com/?sharekey=9...ef182f54606b7b

    Hope this is of some use,

    John
    Last edited by upskydowncloud; 02-19-2009 at 01:03 AM.

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    Thanks for this, i tried getting on IAH earlier today and couldn't.

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    Sweet! Thanks man.

    downloading now.

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    Thanks! Ive never been able watch these for some reason

    Good job

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    hey I'm bumping this in case the admins want to link to it somewhere, I know we get a lot of people asking about these lessons. I've got other videos to come but the files are too big. Does anyone know a good file converter program that's free? I just need to reduce the longer lessons to under 100 megabytes.

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    thanks again for doing this. You can resize the files with Windown movie maker. Just import the video -> Drag the files on to the time line ->Save to my Computer -> Next -> When you get to the movie setting options click show more choices Then 'Best to fit file size'

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    Quote Originally Posted by jebus89 View Post
    thanks again for doing this. You can resize the files with Windown movie maker. Just import the video -> Drag the files on to the time line ->Save to my Computer -> Next -> When you get to the movie setting options click show more choices Then 'Best to fit file size'
    Cheers! That's a big help. I'll do that and add some more tonight. I'm glad you're finding them useful.

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    Bump a bump bump - I've added some new lessons to the file server.

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    Awesome work, man!

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    Omg i luv u!!! I been trying to get these vids for a long time now i can thank you!!! I wish i can kiss your face right now!!!

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