This is the video to go along with the PDF for Graduated Intervals
The follow up video to companion with the Warm Up PDF Quick reference time in the video: The Spider 0:59Permutations 1 2:32Permutations 2 6:40Scalar Groupings 10:40Intervals 11:57Alternating Intervals 13:20Arpeggiation 14:38Metronome 17:24Metronome 16ths 18:16Metronome Click Removal 19:56Rhythmic Displacement 24:31
This video is an accompaniment to the PDF found on ILMT.com HERE It is part 1, part 2 is coming soon!
In this module I am displaying the Chord Inversions for the 7th Chords as well as other Chord Types. The finger placements are the ones I use and if you have a system that works better for you I am not suggesting you change.
A finger independence exercise set based around keys playing, now for a few notes on the video: The finger numbering is completely arbitrary, you can use whatever convention makes sense to you Go slow, we are looking to create motor skill pathways in our brains, slow and deliberate motion generates this This is an instrumentContinue reading “ILMT Finger Independence: Keys”
Now that we have concluded the 10 week intensive on Fretboard Knowledge at https://scottsbasslessons.com/ I finally got enough time and the planets aligned for a video. I was meaning to do this weeks ago, but feline challenges had made this impossible. The Anthony Wellington Video is below:
Sorry about the string noise, it has been a while since I played Round wounds. This video explores expanding your interval recognition in music, and how I work on it on my instrument. I am working on a PDF to follow along with, it will be coming soon!
Week 6 was about Pentatonics so I made a little video about some insights in exploring pentatonics! This is a video for Scottsbasslessons.com Fretboard Challenge! I made a handout to illustrate what I am discussing in the video, if it is needed.
This is a handout of what went into the “Frankenstein Exercise” and again this is still something I am actively working on and improving. I tried to keep everything in the Key of C to have as few accidentals as possible, but once you get this under your fingers I implore you to move onContinue reading “Building a Frankenstein Exercise”