Dear Reader,

So, I'm launching the Horse Listening YouTube Channel (that I've already had for a few years but only posted a few videos on)!

I've had suggestions for videos for a while now, and one idea that interested me recently was to produce fairly short, to the point, and easy to digest videos out of my existing blog posts. These videos will be like the old slide presentations of days of yore, and will highlight the most important information from the post. The goal is to present the gist of the article, and reference the original article in case people want to go back and read up on the details.

Here is my first one. I will post new videos here when they become available.

If you like this idea, you can subscribe directly on the YouTube page and you will be notified as the new videos become available.

Let me know in the comments below if there are any articles that you would like to see in video form. Also, if you have any feedback for me, please email me directly at fwdnrnd@gmail.com.

Thank you!

Horse Listening

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3 Comments

  1. As a music teacher in a former life, I had to get students to understand the difference between tempo and rhythm all the time. Good video explaining the difference

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