Ethereal drones, big reverbs, and plenty of dissonance go into this often-underappreciated style.



• Produce ambient music using both acoustic and electric guitars.
• Generate atmospheric soundscapes using real-time layering techniques with delays and loops.
• Explore a condensed history of ambient music.

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Ambient guitar means different things to different players, which suggests that there is a wide range of approaches to this rather ambiguous genre. In this lesson we'll explore an array of diverse stylistic practices within the idiom and discover how to create ambient music using the guitar.

"Ambient music must be as ignorable as it is interesting." —Brian Eno

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