How Powerful Melodies Makes You King Of Improvisation

To get people to listen to your improvisation you need to play strong melodies. Because strong melodies are one of the main reasons we listen to music.
Chris Potter is one of the Masters of incorporating strong melodic lines into his playing. Let’s work out his secret and get it into your playing.

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In this tutorial
00:00 The Strongest Solos Comes From Powerful Melodies
01:24 Repeating Patterns – Chord Notes On A Blues
02:30 Make Repetition Interesting By Changing The Rhythm
03:30 Embellishment Adds Amazing Detail
04:05 The Power Of Repeating One Note
04:19 Add New Notes
05:02 Repeat The Idea
05:46 Practice The Technique Behind The Idea
06:43 Repeating Scale Patterns
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