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Tomlin Leckie - Introduction To Improvisation eCourse

Tomlin Leckie - Introduction To Improvisation eCourseIntroduction to Improvisation eCourse - NewEverything you need to get ed improvising Blues HarmonicaIntro...
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Tomlin Leckie - Introduction To Improvisation eCourse

Tomlin Leckie - Introduction To Improvisation eCourse

Introduction to Improvisation eCourse - New

Everything you need to get ed improvising Blues Harmonica

Introduction to Improvisation eCourse

There are 5 different modules showing you different approaches to jamming/improvisation. A new module is made available to you each week. They will all feature tabs, videos, audio files and exercises to help you on your journey.

During the eCourse you will be given access to a new module each week for five weeks. At the end of which you will continue to have access to all the course materials.

Everything will be broken down into easy-to-follow chunks to make your practice easier!

This course is suitable for harmonica players of any level.

Course Structure

Module 1 - Understanding Rhythm

Module 2 - Understanding a 12 Bar Blues structure

Module 3 - Using the Blues Scale

Module 4 - Ear Training

Module 5 - Using Licks to Build a Solo

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How much does it cost?

The course costs $97 for the 5 weeks.

What does it include?

- 5 Week ‘Introduction to Improvisation’ eCourse Materials

- Access to private Facebook Group

- Monthly Live Q and A session in private Facebook Group

- Lifetime access

Course Curriculum

Week 1 - Understanding RhythmIntroduction (1:56)
Playing On The Beat (2:23)
Playing on the Off-Beat (2:16)
Subdivisions of the beat (1/8th notes) (1:21)
Subdivisions of the beat (Shuffled 1/8th notes) (2:12)
Subdivisions of the beat (Triplets) (1:56)
How To Find the Pulse in a Backing Track (3:28)
Why are we playing the 2 draw? (1:45)
Rhythm Lick 1 (2:18)
Rhythm Lick 2 (1:40)
Rhythm Lick 3 (1:29)
Rhythm Lick 4 (1:59)
Rhythm Lick 5 (1:14)
Rhythm Lick 6 (2:05)
Improvising Rhythmically Using One Note (8:22)
Conclusion (1:30)
Week 2 - Understanding a 12 Bar Blues Structure
  • Introduction - Understanding the 12 Bar Blues Structure (1:19)
  • What is the Structure of a 12 Bar Blues? (2:38)
  • Practice counting through a 12 Bar Blues - Medium Shuffle in G (6:50)
  • Practice counting through a 12 Bar Blues - Fast Swing in G (3:04)
  • Practice counting through a 12 Bar Blues - Slow Blues in G (9:24)
  • How does the 12 Bar Blues Relate To The Harmonica? (1:17)
  • Practice the 12 Bar Blues Root Notes (3:07)
  • Practice the 12 Bar Blues Root Notes over a Fast Swing in G (0:36)
  • Practice the 12 Bar Blues Root Notes over a Slow Blues in G (1:03)
  • Improvising Over a 12 Bar Blues Using Root Notes (1:30)
  • Improvising Over a 12 Bar Blues Using Root Notes - Medium Shuffle in G (5:56)
  • Improvising Over a 12 Bar Blues Using Root Notes - Fast Swing in G (2:42)
  • Improvising Over a 12 Bar Blues Using Root Notes - Slow Blues in G (9:04)
  • Conclusion (1:03)
Week 3 - Using the Blues Scale
  • Using The Blues Scale (2:25)
  • How Does the Blues Scale Relate to the 12 Bar Blues Structure (1:24)
  • Practicing the Blues Scale (2:48)
  • Using Notes From the Blues Scale to Pivot Between Chord Tones (3:19)
  • Improvising Using Small Chunks of the Blues Scale (1:19)
  • Improvising Using Small Chunks of the Blues Scale - Exercise 1 (5:57)
  • Improvising Using Small Chunks of the Blues Scale - Exercise 2 (5:57)
  • Improvising Using Small Chunks of the Blues Scale - Exercise 3 (5:57)
  • Playing the Blues Scale over a 12 Bar Blues (1:21)
  • Playing the Blues Scale With Interesting Rhythms (4:23)
  • Playing the Blues Scale With Interesting Rhythms over Medium Shuffle in G (5:57)
  • Playing the Blues Scale With Interesting Rhythms over Fast Swing in G (2:42)
  • Playing the Blues Scale With Interesting Rhythms over Slow Blues in G (9:31)
  • Conclusion and Homework (0:46)

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