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Free Webinar on how to Teach Music Online

Music Teachers: How to Take Your Music Teaching Online Many of my musician friends and colleagues are in dire straights right now because of gig cancellations and school closures. I

Why I love Philly: Bass Boot Camp! (POSTPONED)

** Please note that Gerald Veasley’s Bass BootCamp has been postponed and rescheduled for August 14 – 16! **   Four Reasons why I love Philly, where Bass BootCamp is

Are all Dominant Chords Seventh Chords?

Do dominants, secondary dominants, or tritone substitutions have to be seventh chords? You might think yes. But really, no…. This deserves further explanation which I provide in my response to

The Rainbow of Modes (Video, Student Feature)

Really hearing the modes It is quite fitting to use a song about the rainbow as a teaching tool for the (often dreaded but oh so beautiful!) modes… Watch my

Groove Creation Station – New Course!!

Fresh off the printing press… This course that Wolf and I created for Truefire is now available!           Probably one of the most frequent requests I

The point of DIMINISHING returns…

Is it true that when music calls for a diminished chord, it really means a diminished 7th? Ahh… the diminished chord. It does cause confusion. Because one needs to be

Student Feature: Jeremy Sherman

Student Feature Jeremy: Beautiful Practice in A One of the milestone exercises I assign to almost all of my students over the course of me working with them is our

Scale Strategies [Video]

Talking Technique: 11 Strategies for Learning an Alien Scale Okay, not that kind of alien… but rather a new or unfamiliar scale. It’s important to be rock solid with your

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