Kole

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October-November 2010

Kole teaches three essential and very effective concepts for making music.

June-July 2010

Every musician has to do it and while some dread it, many others do it religiously.

December-January 2009

No matter your level, these five tips will greatly improve your compositional ability.

April-May 2009

Adding color to the bland, unifying lyrics, and other compositional techniques.

December-January 2008

The often misunderstood and underappreciated interval - the minor second.

August-September 2008

Kole goes beyond rut-busting, with tips on how to surpass all ruts.

June-July 2008

Kole supplies you, the songwriter/composer with three tools that will help you kick writer`s block `night in the ruts`.

April-May 2008

An introduction to the most familiar way of analyzing and composing music for many of us.

December-January 2007

You can get so much from exposure to unfamiliar music styles.

October-November 2007

A theory borrowed from psychology but adapted by the author to the musical realm.

August-September 2007

The second part of the process and benefits of writing down and charting specific details of the things the composer wishes to express is explained.

June-July 2007

The process and benefits of writing down and charting specific details of the things the composer wishes to express is explained.

Kole is currently studying music composition and classical guitar at Indiana University; and will be transferring to GIT, in the fall of 2007. He also is completing his debut album "Exile" through Empire Records and teaches many students for guitar and songwriting.

He has also just finished co-authoring a great new instructional e-book for guitar titled "The Next Step: Serious Improvement for the Developing Guitarist," which can be found and purchased at thenextstepguitar.com.

Kole

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