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Banjo Lessons: Record Yourself

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[MUSIC]
One
thing that I've always suggested to my
students is that they record themselves at
regular intervals so they can check their
own progress.
If you're just going by day by day,
it may sometimes feel that your progress
is glacial.
But if you record yourself, and then wait
three or
four months, listen to what to what you
did back three months ago, and
you'll undoubtedly see there's quite a bit
of progress that's gone on.
And then record yourself again and just
keep that going on.
But with this web site, and this wonderful
new technology here,
you can actually check yourself.
Just go to the student center and check
your videos from the past,
and, and you'll be able to some, and they
are arranged chronologically,
so you can check out your own progress as
you go along.
So check yourself out.
[MUSIC]