MELODIC SEQUENCES FOR SCALES
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Module ID: SCMS
In this module, I'll take you through a bunch of melodic sequences you can apply to scales to get creative with them and break the shackles of playing scales up and down!
It's a pretty big deal and there are many approaches to it - creative explorers should grasp the ideas and run with them and see what other ways they can be applied - there is a lot of gold in those hills!
Sequence: In 3rds (Major P1)
In this lesson we learn the most important melodic pattern "In 3rds" and apply it to Pattern 1 of the Major Scale
Sequence: In 3rds (Major P2 P3)
Here we'll explore using the "In 3rds" sequence in Patterns 2 and 3 of the Major Scale and some problem solving concepts.
Sequence: In 3rds (Major P4 P5)
Now we're checking out P4 and P5 of the Major Scale In 3rds. Both will involve some thought and some problem solving! Some Observations 1. There are a number of ...
Sequence: In 4ths (Min Pent P1)
This is one of the coolest exercises for the Minor Pentatonic - it sounds wicked and its a fantastic technique developer for the fretting hand.
Sequence: In 4ths (Min Pent P2 P3)
In this lesson, we look at P2 and P3 of this sequence and the fingering options that come up along the way!
Sequence: In 4ths (Min Pent P4 P5)
In this lesson, we look at P4 and P5 of this sequence and the fingering options that come up along the way!
Sequence: 3-In-A-Line (Min Pent - Legato)
The 3-in-a-line pattern is super fun sequence and it's very useful to get this one under your fingers. 123 - 234 - 345 - 456 - 567 - etc. The easiest way to lear...