EIGHT NOTE SOUL SCALE

Adding the #4/b5 as a passing tone

...are using this technique, and I will present you with a few of them, and show you how to naturally insert it in your own Jazz vocabulaire.

  • 27 Individual video classes from The Blues Arpeggio
  • PDFs accompanying the video classes in various keys
  • MP3 drone practice downloads in major & minor
  • Rhythmical and Repetition classes
  • Interactive community discussions for each class
  • Including course introduction module
  • Including pre-course study module
  • Lifetime access to the course material
  • Course curriculum

    1. 1
    2. 2
      • WATCH ME if you are new to improvisation

      • 1.1 Ways to practice the Major and Minor Arpeggios

      • 1.2 Improvising on a Blues just using Arpeggio notes

      • 1.3 Fundamental Combination Arpeggio practice around the cycle

      • 1.4 Amazing ´SECRET´Major arpeggio to know

      • 2. Swing Jazz 8th notes Explanation

      • 3. Jazz Rhythm Practice without instrument

      • The Non Symmetrical Major/Minor Arpeggio

      • I to IV Improvisation just using arpeggio notes

      • 153 stretched cycle 5 workout

    3. 3
      • 1. Recap of scales used in modules 1-4

      • 2. The #4/b5 used as a passing tone

      • 3. Five famous tunes that use the #4/b5

      • 4. Ways to practice and incorporate this sound

      • 5. Cliche ending cycle workout + harmony

      • 6. Blues tutorial in F featuring the #4

      • 7. adding more chords to the simple F blues

      • 8. Bb Blues tutorial featuring the #4

      • 9. Fast Blues in F featuring #4 demonstration

      • 10. adding 6th back in to the mix

      • 11. Flexibility, starting on different degrees

      • 12. Choice lines on the 8 note soul scale

      • 13. Variations adding b6/#5

      • 14. Introducing approach notes

      • 15. Blues solo analysis - Johnny Hodges - Things ain't what they used to be.