Here’s one of the easiest ways to introduce contrary motion into your bass melodies. Your melodies will sound more interesting. And, not a lot of bass players do it.[Read more…] about How to make your bass melodies more interesting
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One of the most common ways to practice ear training intervals is to drill them. Listen to the intervals over and over again until they burned into memory.
The problem with that approach is that music almost never presents itself as a drill. So, even if you practice ear training drills and can pass tests with a 100%, it doesn’t mean you’ll be able to hear it in real life. And all the time spent drilling will seem like wasted effort.
Here is a way to practice ear training closer to real life. It’ll make hearing your intervals memorable. And, it’ll keep your ear training practice less frustrating.[Read more…] about How to make learning your intervals less frustrating
Here’s how you can add additional movement to your ii V I chord progressions.
If you want to know how to smoothen out the transition between your ii chord and V chord, this bass lesson is for you.
This concept will work both harmonically and melodically.[Read more…] about How to make your Major ii V I sound better