4 scale exercises you must know + 8 step guide how to speed up your technique!

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FULL LESSON TRANSCRIPTION
4 scale exercises you must know + 8 step guide how to speed up your technique!
Watch the video here: https://youtu.be/jH4BE08wJY4

To become a better improviser in music you have to know your basic
technique.
It is like learning a language – learn the words before speaking out a
sentence.
As musicians we need to be able to move fluently over our instrument.
The instrument is our tool of communication.
If we are not articulate in our speech our message does not come over to the listener.
To become a fluent speaker on your instrument you need good
technique and good rudiments. You need to control what you want to say and how you say it.
In this video I explain 4 basic scale techniques you will have to control to become a better player and improviser.
I am, myself, still using these 4 exercises for getting some of the many scales into my fingers or back into my fingers after a long not seeing a certain scale.

And of course, as with all of my exercises and guides, you can apply this directly into your own playing now and become better instantly.
Every minute of practice counts!

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FULL LESSON TRANSCRIPTION
4 scale exercises you must know + 8 step guide how to speed up your technique!
Watch the video here: https://youtu.be/jH4BE08wJY4

To become a better improviser in music you have to know your basic
technique.
It is like learning a language – learn the words before speaking out a
sentence.
As musicians we need to be able to move fluently over our instrument.
The instrument is our tool of communication.
If we are not articulate in our speech our message does not come over to the listener.
To become a fluent speaker on your instrument you need good
technique and good rudiments. You need to control what you want to say and how you say it.
In this video I explain 4 basic scale techniques you will have to control to become a better player and improviser.
I am, myself, still using these 4 exercises for getting some of the many scales into my fingers or back into my fingers after a long not seeing a certain scale.

And of course, as with all of my exercises and guides, you can apply this directly into your own playing now and become better instantly.
Every minute of practice counts!