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    ThreeSixTwoFive

    Re: Joe Temperley Transcription

    Best way to learn.

    It'll take a lot of time, but no more than if you learned from written sheet music. The written transcription, as valuable as it is, won't be able to show all the subtle bits of...

    ThreeSixTwoFive Today, 04:32 AM Go to last post
    ThreeSixTwoFive

    Re: Dim scale

    Here what I can suggest from my experience:

    1. Learn the diminished scales. Up, down, patterns etc. Don't think too hard about how they fit chord changes for now.
    2. Listen and transcribe solos...

    ThreeSixTwoFive Today, 04:22 AM Go to last post
    MattSaxboss

    Re: NYSSMA All State Jazz Auditions

    Hey all got the scores back, 2 100's on Alto and Tenor and a 97 on Bari

    MattSaxboss Today, 04:17 AM Go to last post
    BarrySachs

    Re: who here, and what "name" players play a BA?

    I played BA altos from 1991-2013 whilst also playing vintage Conns. As of May 2013, I no longer own a Selmer alto of any kind. My RS Berkeley is like a MK6 and I use a Conn 6m for lead alto and a...

    BarrySachs Today, 04:17 AM Go to last post
    ThreeSixTwoFive

    Re: Swing era lick transcriptions?

    JL is right on. Learn some standard riffs and some blues heads. It's the essential stuff. Then move onto a solo you like.

    Learning by ear is the way to go. You will be surprised at how much you...

    ThreeSixTwoFive Today, 04:13 AM Go to last post
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