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What goes up, must come down,
and with that being the case, let’s try some
descending ideas based on the “punching
holes” concept from th...
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HERE’S A SIMPLE WAY TO “chromaticize” diatonic scales.
Now that we’ve equated musical
intervals—the distance between any two
notes measured in one-fret/half-step increments—
with their physica...
What goes up must come down .
Hey Jazz Guy,
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