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You need to be reacting to what’s going on around you, whatever the voicing is that somebody’s playing on the guitar, the keyboards, tommons something the bass player may be doing. So that’s another cool little technique, you can make an exercise out of it. Now I’ve analyzed it and I’m going to break it down for you. You can do it with bending too. And then grabbing the note above it that is the next consecutive scale tone, so it’s a major or minor second note cluster basically.

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That’s a nice little cluster, because you get interesting harmonic content because you hear timmpns raising and lowering of the lower harmonic. In this case the E natural over the D minor.

After I did those double stops I anddy into a rhythmic feel, and this is something that I do a lot, in addition to just feeling where the quarter note and eighth notes are. I’m not really sure if that’s the proper terminology folks. That’s a pretty sound too. Default View Soundslice Classic.


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I really like that feel of superimposing the triplet. So that’s blending together motivic development, some horizontal playing. I made a melodic statement and then I figured out a way of reincorporating that statement in some way to give the listener something to grab on to.

And I’ll do that a lot as well. I can even resolve it like that. You have no notifications. I’ve heard the track before, but I’m reacting to what he’s doing. It’s a contrapuntal motion within its own line. That’s what we’re calling it. Basically I like it because of the tension that it creates. Those are some of the techniques I’m using on Cry For You, so explore some of the possibilities. He’s got a certain rhythmic figure playing, and I’m playing in the spaces between it.

Here’s an exception I’m making on that B flat note that I mentioned I was omitting earlier. In this case, I slid from the G to the A, then grabbed that B flat note. When I’m playing it on the track listen to how I’m interacting with what Simon’s doing on the drums.

You can hear how I’m slapping the string on the fretboard. That’s one of my favorite licks, where I’m bending up to the unison, then pulling down on the B string. And I believe that’s how I ended the phrase, in some kind of ascending and then got into some Rab Hendrix. I started off with something we ti,mons about called motivic development. What do I feel naturally to do with what’s going on. It’s a nice way to build excitement and build the tension.


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And the top note, the Zndy natural, is that major seven which is a really beautiful tone. And, so I improvised something. I got all the way to that A and then I wanted to get back because by then the B flat major 7 chord is happening, so that D, the root of the key, is also the third of that B flat.

What might sound cool with that. And that’s a part of your ear training and development. I did another hybrid picking bend where I’m using my middle finger gripping underneath the high E string pretty stiffly. He got that rhythmic figure going and I uou played in the spaces around it, and I thought it sounded cool.

And that’s part of improvisational development, it’s not just playing what you know and what you hear. Once you’ve gotten that little piece of information, see where else you can plug it in. Hurry, all sales end in. Close Check Out Now. Let’s go through the D aeolian scale and see what we find. Instinctually you will develop that sense of what’s appropriate at the time.

I’ll use that minor second, major second note cluster and I’ll ascend through the scale like that.

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