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Playlist of Tom Tuning for Jazz, Bebop, and more | Season 2

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  • Tom Tuning for Jazz, Bebop, and more | Season 2 - Episode 3

    23:34

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    Tuning your whole kit up high isn’t necessarily just for jazz but it’s certainly an approach that takes its fair share of influence bebop, big band, and more. But how high are we really talking and how do the toms relate to the rest of the kit? All this and more in the latest episode!

    Drums: Precision Drum Company - Maple
    Bass Drum: 18x14”
    Batter & Reso Head: Evans G12 Coated
    Rack Tom: 12x8
    Batter: Evans Calftone
    Reso: Evans G1 Coated
    Floor Tom: 14x14
    Batter: Evans Calftone
    Reso: Evans G1 Coated

    Snare Drum: Noble & Cooley 14x6.5
    Batter: Evans Calftone
    Reso: Evans Snare Side 300

    Presenting Sponsor: Promark by D’Addario
    Production Partners: Evans Drumheads
    Hosted by: Cody Rahn
    Production: Ben O'Brien Smith @ Cadence Independent Media

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  • Ep. 23 How to Tune a Bass Drum For Jazz

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    Where modern rock bass drum sounds tend to be short and punchy and a lot of low end, jazz bass drum sounds have a bit more tonal presence with a warm sustain that lasts a bit longer. In the absence of a felt strip or internal muffling (which aren't 100% necessary) here are the methods we'd recommend for achieving a variety of sounds.

    As with our previous episode, we’ve introduced an AKG D112 as a close mic on the resonant side of the drum to help illustrate the bass frequency presence. Each demo is A/B’d with just the C414 and then with the addition of the D112.

    Sound Comparison
    6:16 :: Wide Open - Low Reso / Higher Batter
    9:43 :: Batter Side External Muffling (controlling overtones)
    13:33 :: 1/4 Turn Increase in Reso Tension
    15:33 :: Additional 1/4 Turn Increase on Reso Tension
    18:54 :: Reso Side External Muffling
    20:37 :: Removal of all muffling

    Hosted by: Cody Rahn
    Production: Ben O'Brien Smith @ Cadence Independent Media

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  • Bebop Drum Sounds of the 1940s | Season Three, Episode 19

    15:50

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    It’s time for the 40’s! Bebop jazz is in development and drum sizes are shrinking. Sounds from this era are still present in modern music and can make for a fun bit of unique throwback flavor. You don’t have to be playing jazz to get some mileage out of these ideas.

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    Recorded at 48kHz / 24bit
    Overheads: (Matched Pair in Glyn Johns - Cardioid) AKG C314
    Snare: AKG C518M
    Primary Kick: AKG D112
    *No EQ or compression in use with drum demos unless otherwise noted*

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    Snare: Evans Calftone / Snare Side 300
    Toms: Evans G12 Coated / G1 Coated
    Bass Drum: Evans G12 Coated / G12 Coated

    Hosted by: Cody Rahn
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  • John Riley: The Art of Bop Drumming, Transition from Swing to Bebop

    4:57

    In this lesson series, Zildjian artist John Riley provides a deep dive into many of the topics in his best selling book, The Art of Bop Drumming.

    From discussions on creating the appropriate sounds to musical phrasing and song structure, this series will cover a wide range of topics that is sure to enlighten any student or teacher who is interested in improving his or her jazz playing.

    In this particular lesson John demonstrates the swing playing style of the early swing era and how it evolved in the bebop era.

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  • Jazz Drumming Speed Course: 3. Swing Era to Bebop

    6:53

    Developments in jazz drumming from the swing era to bebop drumming

  • *Ari Hoenig* Jazz Drum Tuning for Melodic Drumming JazzHeaven.com Instructional Video Excerpt

    5:05

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    Born on November 13, 1973 in Philadelphia, Ari Hoenig, was exposed at an early age to a variety of musical experiences. His father is a conductor and classical singer, his mother a violinist and pianist. Accordingly, at 4 years of
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    honing his skills with other young jazz musicians at Philly clubs such as Ortlieb's Jazz Haus.
    Ari attended the prestigious University of North Texas for three years, where he studied with Ed Soph while playing with the One O'Clock Lab Band. Wanting to be closer to New York City, in 1995 Ari transferred to William
    Patterson College in northern New Jersey. He soon found himself playing for legendary Philadelphia organist
    Shirley Scott and working regularly in New York City.

    Shortly thereafter, Ari moved into Brooklyn and found himself playing extensively with a variety of groups, including Jean-Michel Pilc Trio, Kenny Werner Trio, Chris Potter Underground, Kurt Rosenwinkel Group, Joshua Redman
    Elastic band, Jazz Mandolin Project and bands led by Wayne Krantz, Mike Stern, Richard Bona, Pat Martino, Dave
    Liebman, and Bojan Z. He has also shared the stage with such artists as Herbie Hancock, Ivan Lins, Wynton Marsalis, Toots Thielemans, Dave Holland, Joe Lovano, Pat Metheny, and Gerry Mulligan.

    The Ari Hoenig Quartet was formed at the end of 2002 while playing every Monday night at the New York Village
    jazz club Fat Cat. The band featured Jacques Schwarz-Bart on tenor sax, Jean Michel Pilc on piano, and Matt
    Penman on bass. They released two records on the Smalls Records label: The Painter (2004) and the DVD Kinetic
    Hues (2005)

    In 2006 Ari signed a multi record deal with Dreyfus Records and released his Inversations which features the trio of Jean Michel Pilc and Johannes Weidenmueller. Bert's Playground
    (2008), Ari's second record for Dreyfus, features Ari's Punk Bop Band joined by Chris Potter. Highlights of this
    record include Chris's solo on Moments Notice. Jonathan Kreisberg, Matt Penman, Will Vinson, Gilad Hekselman and Orlando le Fleming also represent on this one.

    The next record project was for Smalls Live a record label set up in 2009 to document some of the music being
    performed at the Smalls Jazz Club in New York where Ari has had a residency since 2003. Ari chose his Punk Bop
    Band to make this live record Punk Bop Live at Smalls. It features Will Vinson on alto, Jonathan
    Kreisberg on guitar and fellow Jazz Mandolin Project alumni, Danton Boller on bass. Tigran Hamasyan is a special
    guest on 4 tracks as well.
    Ari's Quartet with Tigran Hamasyan, Gilad Hekselman, Orlando le Fleming and Chris Tordini released Lines of
    Oppression (2011) on the Naïve label. This record represents a culmination of Ari's bandleading, composing and
    accounting skills.

    Currently Ari leads three groups which both play his original music. Besides the Ari Hoenig Quartet and Punk
    Bop Ari also leads the Ari Hoenig Trio with Jonathan or Gilad covering guitar duties and with Matt Penman or
    Orlando plucking on the bass. He also co-leads a variety of projects including Pilc, Moutin, Hoenig (the three
    headed monster), Oscillations Quartet and various duo's with Chris Potter, Edmar Casteneda or Dan Weiss.
    As an educator, Ari teaches privately and is on faculty at New York University at the New School for Social Research
    in New York. He gives clinics and lectures at music schools and universities worldwide, and writes a regular educational column for Modern Drummer magazine. In collaboration with bassist Johannes Weidenmueller, Ari has
    released Intro to Polyrhythms, Expanding and Contracting Time within Form Vol 1. (Mel Bay 2009)
    He has also recently released Systems Book 1, Drumming Technique and Melodic Jazz Independence (Alfred
    Publishing 2011) and educational DVDMelodic Drumming (2011) on jazzheaven.com.

    Hope you enjoyed this video with Ari Hoenig on Jazz Drum Tuning

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  • From Ultra Low to Bebop High - Full Range Demo with Welch Tuning Systems

    10:44

    Changing between dramatically different tunings is often something best done by switching drum sets, particularly when time is of the essence. Naturally, we were shocked to find that we could alter the tuning of a full set of drums from Welch Tuning Systems faster than we could swap out the drums themselves. We put together this demo video to take the drums from the lowest of lows all the way up to a bebop range in realtime so you could get a feel for how the drums truly behave at the widest range in the shortest amount of time without a drum key or any EQ/compression.

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    Welch Tuning Systems 3/4 Artistry Series 8-ply Maple
    12x8” - 14x14” - 18x14” - 14x8”
    G1 coated tom batters
    G1 clear tom rests
    UV1 coated snare batter
    Snare Side 300 reso
    UV EMAD kick batter
    UV1 kick reso

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    Signal chain:
    Mics - Focusrite Clarett 8Pre USB & OctoPre - MacPro w/Pro Tools 12.8
    Recorded at 48kHz / 24bit
    Focusrite Clarett 8Pre USB
    Focusrite Clarett OctoPre
    Full kit: AKG C414 (ear-distance)Snare drum & tom tom close mics: Shure SM57
    Bass drum: AKG D112 (at mic port) + KAM R3 Ribbon microphone ~8” away from reso

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    Production: Ben O'Brien Smith @ Cadence Independent Media
    Video Sponsor: Welch Tuning Systems

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  • Steve Maxwell Vintage Drums - Drum Tuning Seminar Featuring Steve Maxwell Sr. August 5th 2017

    27:58

    Thanks to everybody who made it out to this wonderful drum tuning seminar at the Illinois store! We had a fantastic time! This is the first of three videos featuring the entire seminar. Enjoy!

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  • Bebop Passing Tones - Peter Martin | 2 Minute Jazz

    3:26

    Peter Martin shows you how to add passing tones to your lines to get a more authentic bebop sound.

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    (piano music) - What's going on everybody? Peter Martin here for Two Minute Jazz. Got a quick tip for you today on bebop passing tones. So many different ways to get into an authentic and really satisfying bebop sound, but one of them that I love that really kinda comes from a harmonic concept that can inform your melodic bebop playing is passing tones, and I'm gonna just talk about two today.

    E flat major.

    (piano music)

    You know, if we improvise over E flat major.

    (piano music)

    And we just stick to the E flat major scale,

    (piano music)

    it's fine, but it gets interesting when we put in those passing tones. So if we look at the minor third,

    (piano music)

    that's the first one.

    (piano music)

    And you know, there's three basic ways of thinking about this. Start your line on the passing tone.

    (piano music)

    And normally we're looking at resolving that minor third up to the third or down to the ninth or the second. So you can start your line there or you can go to it immediately at the beginning of your line.

    (piano music)

    From the third, or you can do it from the second, I don't like that one as much.

    (piano music)

    Or the third way is to play it somewhere in the middle of your line.

    (piano music)

    And when you're running up a scale, this is a great time to do it, because I mean, it works aight, but it's kinda

    (piano music)

    if I just play the major scale, but if I do

    (piano music)

    and put that minor third resolving up to the major third in the middle of it, and then I mean, you know you can get (piano music) some rhythmic offsets, some syncopation, that's where it gets really nice.

    So the other one I like a lot is a minor sixth. Same thing, you can start your line there,

    (piano music)

    you can go right to it.

    (piano music)

    Or you can catch it in the scale.

    (piano music)

    Okay?

    So these are just two over the major scale, but they're fun to practice by isolating them. Each scale has its own, we'll get into those on other episodes, but for now, happy practicing.

    (soft music)

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  • Gretsch Bop Shootout: Broadkaster vs. Brooklyn vs. USA Custom

    8:12

    Have you ever wanted to know the differences between a @gretschdrumsusa USA Custom, Broadkaster, and Brooklyn? So did we! This is PART 2 of our 4-part shootout of Gretsch USA Drum Sets! Part 3: Rock Kits coming soon!

    Links to Purchase Drums:

    Gretsch Broadkaster 4pc Drum Set 18/12/14/14 Satin Antique Maple w/Mount
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    Gretsch USA Custom 4pc Drum Set 18/12/14/14 Satin Antique Maple w/Mount
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    Istanbul Agop Signature Hi Hat Cymbals 15
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    Istanbul Agop Signature Ride Cymbal 23
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    Istanbul Agop 30th Anniversary Ride Cymbal 22
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    Heads used:
    Tom/Snare Tops: Remo Coated Ambassadors
    Tom Bottoms: Remo Clear Ambassadors
    Snare Bottom: Remo Hazy Ambassador
    Bass Drum: Remo Powerstroke 3 Coated / Coated Ambassador Reso

    TuneBot Settings:
    12” - Batter: B3 Reso: D4
    14” - Batter: G#3 Reso: G#3
    18” - Batter: A2 Reso: D3
    SD - Batter: E4 Reso: E3

    Microphones Used:
    Kick - Audix D6 & Shure KSM32
    Snare - Telefunken m80
    Overheads - Earthworks SR25
    Mono Room - Shure KSM32
    Room Mics - Earthworks QTC30



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  • Perfect Bebop: Jazz From the 1940s Original Recordings Remastered inc Dizzy Gillespie

    1:17:00

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    7. 00:17:15 Dizzy Gillespie Salt Peanuts
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    10. 00:26:50 Miles Davis Venus De Milo
    11. 00:30:02 Tadd Dameron Symphonette
    12. 00:33:11 Wardell Gray Twisted
    13. 00:36:41 Dizzy Gillespie A Night In Tunisia
    14. 00:39:48 Charlie Parker Bird's Nest
    15. 00:42:33 Sarah Vaughan What A Diff'rence A Day Made
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    Jazz has always welcomed innovators. Duke Ellington's new compositions made Jelly Roll Morton seem old hat, Lester Young changed the voice of the tenor-saxophone and Charlie Christian pioneered an approach to jazz performance on guitar which still carries weight today. Bebop, on the other hand, was not simply the outcome of a single individual's drive and musical vision, it was a complete movement in its own right, made up of artists dedicated to change. With its advent in the early 1940s, jazz was never the same again.
    So, what is bebop exactly - what does this strange word mean? French critic Hugues Panassie, something of a reactionary in these things, dismissed bebop (usually known now as bop) as 'a form of music distinct from jazz' while trumpeter Dizzy Gillespie described it simply as 'just the way my friends and I feel jazz.' Saxophonist Charlie Parker, the new music's finest exponent, held a more measured view, inadvertently echoing that of Panassie when he said it was 'something entirely separate and apart.' It's a measure of bebop's originality, its 'avant-garde' status, that it is still considered by many to be 'modern' today.

  • Ep. 35 Tom Reso Tuning Range

    8:46

    There are all sorts of prescribed methods for tuning your tom resos; specific intervals above or below the batter head, tune it for sustain, tune it for pitch, remove them altogether, etc. In this episode, we demonstrate a range of tunings with the batter head remaining consistent while we gradually increase the tension on the reso head.

    For this demonstration we used a 12 Pearl Maple Custom Extra tom outfitted with an Evans G2 clear batter and G1 clear reso.

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  • John Scofield - How To Mix Bebop And Pentatonics

    11:36

    John Scofield is in many ways a fantastic jazz artist. Besides having a signature tone and always coming up with new projects and collaborations he also has a very personal melodic language. In this John Scofield Lesson, I am going to break down some phrases from his solo on Not You Again. This is a song based on the changes of There Will Never Be Another You. Analyzing John Scofield licks really demonstrates how he uses pentatonic scales, melodic minor and mixes this with bebop influences.

    John Scofield has a great very practical way to use legato in his playing. In many ways, it is a pretty fantastic way to use a technique that makes it easier to play the lines in a way that makes the phrasing more interesting. The solo is also a great example of how half of playing a good solo on a jazz standard is about interpreting and re-harmonizing the standard chords while playing.

    What I don't talk about in this lesson, even if it is as interesting as the notes he plays, is how John Scofield works with tone and shapes the sound of what he plays. This aspect of his playing is not that common in Jazz Guitar, but the dynamic and tonal range of John Scofield could easily be the topic of long books.

    The song, Not You Again, is off the album John Scofield recorded with Billy Higgins, Kenny Garrett, Christian McBride, and Brad Mehldau. The Brad Mehldau solo is also worth studying as he is also a master at re-interpreting the harmony. This is also the first album that Scofield recorded without using his signature chorus.

    Content:
    0:00 Intro - Scofield on a Jazz Standard
    0:55 #1 Diatonic Pentatonic Scale
    1:49 Linking Technique and Phrasing Dynamics
    2:10 #1 Diatonic Pentatonic Scale - Slow
    2:14 #2 Bebop Line and Phrasing
    2:58 Using Legato to help add Large Intervals to the solo
    4:18 #2 Bebop Line and Phrasing - Slow
    4:27 Analysis of Scofields Legato and Phrasing
    5.07 Keeping it Practical like Allan Holdsworth
    5:14 #3 Altered Scale Pentatonic
    5:43 Altered Pentatonic Melodic Patterns
    6:16 Groups of 7 8th notes
    6:31 #3 Altered Scale Pentatonic - Slow
    7:00 #4 Angular Legato lines
    7:51 Legato to create Angular lines
    8:24 #4 Angular Legato lines - Slow
    8:27 #5 Rhythmic and Octave Displacement
    8:50 Rhythmic Displacement with pentatonc scales
    9:26 #5 Rhythmic and Octave Displacement - Slow
    9:31 #6 Pentatonic & Bebop melodies
    10:33 Legato: Hammer on/Pull off and Slides
    10:58 #6 Pentatonic & Bebop melodies - Slow
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  • New Orleans and New Orleans Jazz: Best of New Orleans Jazz Music

    1:59:44

    New Orleans and New Orleans Jazz - best of New Orleans jazz music for New Orleans jazz festival 2015 and New Orleans jazz fest 2015. This New Orleans jazz band and New Orleans jazz & heritage festival 2015 playlist is composed and recorded by jazz musician David Lewis Luong. Download this album here:

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    Track 1: Summer delights (starts at 00:00)
    Track 2: Jolly great time (starts at 4:47)
    Track 3: One step at a time (starts at 8:28)
    Track 4: Sweet Alabama (starts at 12:08)
    Track 5: The wild wild west (starts at 15:22)
    Track 6: A dog's life (starts at 17:11)
    Track 7: All of me (starts at 22:01)
    Track 8: Only you (starts at 24:41)
    Track 9: Joy of spring (starts at 27:50)
    Track 10: Feels so good (starts at 30:41)
    Track 11: Walking hand in hand (starts at 41:20)
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  • 5 Scale Exercises That Are Great In Solos

    10:30

    Practicing scale exercises is something that we do to gain flexibility and an overview of the guitar. But another thing you should also consider is that the things you practice in a Jazz scale exercise should also not be too far from what you actually need when you solo.
    Setting your scale practice up so that it is helping you develop vocabulary is very useful and very efficient.

    In this video, I will show you 5 exercises that are scale exercises but that you can also use as great building blocks for jazz licks. When you check out these concepts you should also start to be able to make your own scale exercises that help you play better solos using the things you want to play in your solos.

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    Content:
    0:00 Intro - Exercises for Flexibility, Technique and...
    0:30 Scale Exercises that are building blocks for Jazz Solos
    0:51 The Scale and How I Play it
    1:15 #1 The Bebop Arpeggio
    2:04 Lick using Exercise #1
    2:33 #2 Triads with Enclosures
    3:31 Lick using Exercise #2
    4:09 #3 Chaining Arpeggios Like Kurt Rosenwinkel
    4:49 Along the Neck
    5:25 Lick using Exercise #3
    6:13 #4 Barry Harris' Chromatic Rule
    6:59 The Rules
    7:29 Lick using Exercise #4
    8:09 #5 Parker and Benson's Arpeggio with Chromatic Tail
    9:14 Lick using Exercise #5
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  • Gretsch Catalina Club Shell Pack - Drummers Review

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  • Heres How: Chromatic Bebop Exercise

    2:59

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  • How to improvise Jazz Piano. Part 1. The Bebop Scale.

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  • Bebop Themes - Dont Miss This!

    6:16

    Some skills are a lot more difficult to internalize and also hard to improve with exercises in the way that you can practice scales and arpeggios. I am talking about here are skills like rhythm, Jazz phrasing, and Bebop vocabulary. But there is a great shortcut with a lot of advantages when it comes to learning Jazz and Bebop.

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    00:00 Intro
    00:36 What is a Bebop Theme Anyway?
    01:14 A Quick Win And A Stepping Stone
    02:08 What Will You Learn?
    3:19 The Guitar Hour Podcast
    3:34 What is Vocabulary
    04:53 How Should You Study?
    05:05 Learning By Ear
    05:21 Playing along with recordings
    05:39 What More Can You Get Out Of It?
    06:12 Bebop Melodic Techniques
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  • Papa D Jazz Piano #4 - From G.A.S. to Bebop to Brazil!

    8:35

    Three very different jazz piano styles in one video. First a great Gershwin tune, then a famous Coltrane tune, then one of my favorite Brazilian songs.

  • Arpeggio to Bebop Major examples w/ jazz extensions, and enclosures. -Barrett Tagliarino

    11:26

    Here are some basic examples of jazz linear phrasing. Over a Cmaj7 chord, ascend on a diatonic arpeggio from the root, 3rd, 5th, or 7th, then descend via the major scale, using a passing tone or enclosure where needed to make a chord tone fall on beat 1. The major scale with a passing tone between 6 and 5 is often called bebop major.
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  • Practice with Backing Tracks will ruin your Rhythm and Timing!

    15:27

    Every body wants to have good time and work on playing swinging rhythms. But if you only do this with a backing track, you might be in trouble!

    With this video I want to discuss why there is a much more effective way to practice to improve your rhythm than using backing tracks. The video will give you a few metronome exercises and a way to start working on feeling subdivision, in short: how to practice timing and how to practice like a pro!

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    0:09 Intro
    0:39 What is wrong with backing tracks
    0:55 Rhythm and practice - what's the goal
    1:07 A definition of good timing
    1:15 Sub-division, the grid that we hear and relate to
    1:45 Backing tracks and harmony
    2:09 How to practice subdivision
    2:53 The Backing track alternative
    3:20 Genereal points of practicing with a metronome
    3:56 Metronome on 2&4
    5:01 Blues Chorus with metronome on 2&4
    6:06 All the things you should try with 2&4

    6:34 Specific timing exercises

    6:48 Dotted Quarter note practice
    7:14 Straight No Chaser with dotted quarter metronome
    7:54 feeling the beat in this exercise
    8:04 how this is a more realistic situation to practice
    9:25 Why Bebop Themes are great for timing exercises

    9:43 The 2nd triplet exercise
    10:25 How to feel the beat in this exercise
    11:21 The Bebop example with this metronome exercise

    12:09 Do you have a great metronome exercise?

    12:36 What is good about backing tracks
    12:57 HIstorical importance of backing tracks
    13:59 Different types of swing or groove

    My name is Jens Larsen, Danish Jazz Guitarist, and Educator. The videos on this channel will help you explore and enjoy Jazz. Some of it is how to play jazz guitar, but other videos are more on Music Theory like Jazz Chords or advice on how to practice and learn Jazz, on guitar or any other instrument.

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  • PDP by DW Presents Concept Series Classic Wood Hoop Bop Kit with Dave Elitch

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    Dave Elitch shows-off this all-maple 3-piece shell pack in traditional Bebop sizes (8x12”, 14x14”toms 14x18” bass drum) featuring the same vintage-style, low-profile claw hooks and plied maple counter hoops as the original Classic Wood Hoop outfit . Offered in Walnut Natural, and Ebony Stain matte lacquer finishes with a low profile Ratchet Bass Drum Mount. Vintage Jazz tone for the modern age. Visit for more.

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  • The Most Important Scale Exercise In Jazz

    10:22

    You probably already practice arpeggios, but chances are you can do it as a better Scale exercise than what you are doing now, and that is what I want to talk about in this video. Jazz Scale Exercises should be about giving you the material you can use in your solos and help you know and play the different arpeggios and melodies found in the scale.

    When you improvise in Jazz then the lines or melodies that you play are related to the chords you are playing over and the solo follows the chord progression it is played over. One easy way to do this is to use the arpeggios of each chord.

    You can use the arpeggio of the chord you are playing over, but in fact, there are more options than this and the exercise in this lesson will help you tie all of that together in one exercise.

    Content:
    0:00 Intro
    0:13 Arpeggios!
    0:52 Improve How you Practice - Tie It All Together
    1:38 How to Use This and Improve your solos
    1:54 The Scale
    2:01 The Diatonic Arpeggios in the Scale
    2:20 A few thoughts about Scale Fingerings Systems
    2:42 Know what you are playing.
    3:39 #1 Making Music with the material from this exercise
    3:55 #2 Add some chromatic notes
    4:21 Examples #1 and #2 Slow
    4:30 Adding a bit of Bebop Rhythm
    5:12 #3 Bebop Arpeggio Lick
    5:33 #4 Bebop Arpeggio Lick
    5:54 Examples #3 and #4 Slow
    6:03 Do you work like this with connecting Scales and Arpeggios
    6:11 Finding more Arpeggios that work on a chord.
    6:30 Why an Arpeggio works Over a Chord
    7:04 Constructing another arpeggio and adding a 9th
    7:47 Taking this concept through a few chords
    8:11 #5 Using The Em7 arpeggio
    8:35 #6 Using The Em7 arpeggio
    8:57 Examples #5 and #6 Slow
    9:06 Finding more options for a II V I.
    9:46 Basic Bebop II V I with this idea
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  • Medium Bebop Tune

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  • 3 Charlie Parker II V I licks and how to play them on guitar

    11:12

    If you want to learn how to play jazz then it is probably a good idea to check out how Jazz Giants play like some Charlie Parker II V I licks!

    A thing I never get tired of checking out is Charlie Parker and Bebop in general. I guess I still find it fascinating how the lines are so good and the material they are created with is really quite basic.

    In this video I am going to go over 3 II V I licks. I will focus on how Charlie Parker is great at having surprising turns and leaps in his lines so they don't sound like running up and down scales and he also still manages to get them to sound like real melodies instead of abstract interval exercises. He also often gets away with melodies that move across the barline.

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  • Kay Benyarko Jazz Piano Tutorial - Bebop and the Blues

    12:03

    This is a very important tutorial connecting bebop and the blues and demonstrating how one can connect the two and work on your bebop harmony melody and rhythmic devices.For more lessons please contact at Kaybenyarkomusic@gmail.com or at my email at Kaybenyarkomusic.com

  • George Benson - This is The Best Jazz Blues Solo I know

    15:57

    I have been planning to make this George Benson Guitar Lesson for a long time! When it comes to Bop phrasing and Jazz Blues then George Benson is really in the top 5 with most people. This guitar lesson takes a look at the George Benson solo on the Charlie Parker F Blues: Billie's Bounce

    I spend days figuring out this solo when I got into jazz. His playing and phrasing on this F blues is truely mind-blowing. This is by far one of the best jazz blues solos that I know and really a most if you want to stufy Jazz Guitar in a bebop or hardbop style.

    You should also check out how great Herbie Hancock, Billy Cobham and Ron Carter play on this. Especially Hancocks solo is amazing and the trading with piano and guitar is also great and really illustrates how George Benson can also go outside and play more modern jazz licks.

    Some of the things that I will cover in this video is
    * How he mixes blues and bop phrases into one great language
    * His favourite Arpeggio
    * What makes his licks so great
    * How he is mostly using very very simple things in the solo (he is just very good at it)

    And then I am also going to show you one way of thinking about chords, scales and arpeggios that he uses here that is not that common but he makes it into some really great lines, it's something he uses a lot in this solo.

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  • George Duke Trio Its On Live at Java Jazz Festival 2010

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    George Duke Trio performs It's On live at Java Jazz Festival 2010 - March 6th, C1 Hall JiExpo Kemayoran, Jakarta - Indonesia

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  • 12 Keys Jazz Lick

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    0:00 Key Of C
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    0:43 Key Of Bb
    1:05 Key Of Eb
    1:26 Key Of Ab
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    0:00 Key Of C
    0:21 Key Of F
    0:43 Key Of Bb
    1:05 Key Of Eb
    1:26 Key Of Ab
    1:48 Key Of Db
    2:09 Key Of Gb
    2:31 Key Of B
    2:53 Key Of E
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    Backing Track


    Backing Track For Piano & Guitar


    Backing Track (Accelerating Tempo)


    Backing Track For Bass


    Backing Track For Drum


    Smart Metronome (Accelerating Tempo)


    Jazz Metronome (2 & 4 Metronome)


    0:00 Key Of C
    0:21 Key Of F
    0:43 Key Of Bb
    1:05 Key Of Eb
    1:26 Key Of Ab
    1:48 Key Of Db
    2:09 Key Of Gb
    2:31 Key Of B
    2:53 Key Of E
    3:14 Key Of A
    3:36 Key Of D
    3:58 Key Of G

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  • C Jazz Blues Bebop Groove Backing Track For Drum

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    In this guitar lesson, Jon MacLennan will teach you a pretty basic bebop lick in the style of Pat Martino, so if you want to get into jazz and bebop guitar I really recommend you to check out this lesson.
    So, what is jazz bebop style? Bebop or bop is a style of jazz characterized by fast tempo, instrumental virtuosity and improvisation based on the combination of harmonic structure and melody. It was developed in the early and mid-1940s. This style of jazz ultimately became synonymous with modern jazz, as either category reached a certain final maturity in the 1960s.
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    Alright, the example of today´s lesson like we already said, it is a bebop line in E minor with some chromatic notes and arpeggios, something which is commonly used in this kind of style.
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