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Blog 2.0

got most of the rendering engine done today, and the converted over all the existing posts I had in blog 1.0. Some more tweaking and then I can switch it over.

Exploring

100days of guitar day 68

Striking the strings harder does give them a better ringing out sound.

I was thinking that to prevent stagnation in practice, you should build a queue of things to practice, and then automatically schedule them in so you don't end up just stagnating by playing the same thing over and over. Also, as you learn new things, you can take the lessons of what you learn, and then apply them back to the old pieces you are working on.

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