Improv concepts

Playlist curated by soundslice ∙ 38 slices and 12 musicians
Better understanding the construction of musical ideas to make them your own.

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Had to write out this quick idea from Daniel on blending diminished arpeggios and getting right back into a pentatonic shape. Seems useful! More…

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Exemple of Phrase on CMaj7, Cmaj79, Cmaj713 or Cmaj7#11 chord. More…

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Here's another idea for Stablemates, but this time covering the Fmin7, Gb7, G7, C7 section. More…

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Here is an idea applied over the the first 4 measures of Coltrane's Countdown. The triplet is the rhythmic focus. More…

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A diminished line taking you from the V chord to the I. More…

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Learn to move a diminished lick, V - I, in minor third intervals. Each movement will lead you into an inversion of the starting chords. More…

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Using the diminished scale-HW, over the V and IV chord in bars 9 and 10 of a standard blues. Try seeing each diminished line as coming from around the corresponding 7th chord shape. More…

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Arpeggio Etude over the last 8 Bars of Stella By Starlight. Using 2 notes per string and then 1 note, heavily inspired by the way Tim Miller approaches it, so here is something that I created with the… More…

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Here's a quick-and-slick lick lesson from Guthrie Trapp on a Dm7/Fmaj7 idea. More…

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Here's Thomas Griggs playing a few relaxing chords on the couch...… More…

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Whole tone ideas and application More…

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Billy Taylor discussing melodic contour and development. More…

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#lickoftheday in Eb. More…

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Beautiful 5th lines from Thomas Griggs. More…

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Different patterns for running through the circle of fifths, each emphasizing a b7-3 resolution.… More…

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Lydian minor ideas from Noel Johnston. More…

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Some stuffing for your 🦃 courtesy of Alec Lehrman. (Gmaj7#5 arpeggio over A7.) More…

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Dan Wilson handing out some G7 ideas. More…

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Bill Evans discusses how one might take the time to really learn the framework of a tune rather than going to Licks "R" Us. More…