A vital introduction to ear training for songwriters and performers looking to improve their listening skills and become better musicians. Starting with the bass line, you'll learn a step-by-step approach to help you break down the hearing process, internalize the music, and then identify the elements of the progression.
An excellent workshop from the assistant chair of the Ear Training Department at the prestigious Berklee College of Music, this DVD is a vital intro to the topic for songwriters and performers looking to improve their listening skills and become better musicians. You'll learn to: recognize chord progressions quickly and confidently, and incorporate them into your writing and performing, listen to music more analytically, and apply this knowledge to all of your projects.
Play any instrument with more spontaneity and feeling; relax and let your musical ideas flow.
Develop your own voice with the practice techniques that have helped make Joe Lovano one of the most respected improvisers of our time. In this berklee Workshop, Lovano shows you how to play with the greater spontaneity and feeling. He'll teach you how to interpret the melodic, rhythmic and harmonic essence of a tune. Create your improvisational ideas from within these musical elements.
Real World Soloing: Once the basics of lead guitar playing such as scales and arpeggios have been covered, inquisitive minds would ask things like “How do I solo over a rock song?” People can go on asking things about soloing over metal, pop, country, blues, or what have you.