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    What book do you mean?

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    Default Melodic Minor Exercise

    Here's a little exercise I put together for one of my students struggling with finding applications for the melodic minor scale, its simply the scale tone chords 4 bars each to solo over using the scale, aim of the excercise being to familiarize yourself with the 'modes' of the scale and to more easily spot chords in a progression where it might be used. hope someone finds it useful. If anyone has any requests for similar exercises message me.
    Melodic Minor Exercise

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    Default Mastering All Modulations in All Major Keys

    Modulations #01

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    These first 18 progressions should get people comfortable playing over all major key modulations in all 12 major keys, both in a II-V-I format and a faster V-I format for each modulation-type.
    Last edited by GeoffStockton; 01-27-2012 at 05:39 AM.

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    Default Circle of fourths . only 4 chords

    4 V7's exercise practice
    I think it's good to concentrate on just 4 at a time , then modulate.

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    Default Half Bar II-V7Alt-I^7

    I'm digressing on the II-V7 phrases and revisiting my basics for memorization of phrases. I look forward to sharing practice tips and concepts in this life long journey.


    II-V7alt-I^7 Half Bar by Curtsong

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    Wow this is a gold mine everyone thanks

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    Default Minor ii-V7 and ii-V7alt

    Minor ii7b5, V7alt

    Minor ii7b5, V7

    Here are two I just made to practice only the ii-V on minor using 7alt or regular 7.

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    Main Chords And Scales- One key

    Here is a badass run through all chords off one note at a time. I even included the typical scales you can use over each chord to be helpful

    Helps you do scale runs and patterns while
    Altering the right notes. Change keys to get the problematic keys up to speed.

    Enjoy making music!!!
    Last edited by Electro61; 04-08-2012 at 08:36 PM.

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    Main Chords And Scales- One key 1

    Alternate version of all main chords in one key. These last two measures giving you more time to experiment

    Includes text for recommended scales. Scale options taken from Jerry Coker and Aebersold scale syllabus.
    Last edited by Electro61; 04-15-2012 at 03:59 PM.

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    Default Modal Exercises Progressions

    I did three all in C. Just transpose for whatever key you want.
    Two have the Greek names and one has Roman numerals .
    One I found by Ade Stevenson is not diatonic but goes through related keys with the same root.

    Modes Exercises (4 Songs)

    - Major Modes Practice In Sequence
    - Diatonic Modes 4 bars each
    - Diatonic modes 1 and 2 bars each
    - Modal Progressions

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