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Beautiful Practice: Diatonic Triads in open position

Beautiful Practice: Diatonic Triads in open position

Beautiful Practice: Diatonic triads in an open position through the Diatonic Cycle

Who knew music theory exercises can sound so Bach-esque and pretty?
In this episode of Talking Technique on notreble.com I explain:

  • what diatonic means
  • what diatonic triads are
  • what I mean by “diatonic cycle”
  • and then I demonstrate this in all areas of the bass according to the Pattern System.

I just love the way it sounds. And, it is a killer workout for your right hand as well as left. PDF provided. I am using a TC Electronic delay pedal and Wolf used a sweet plugin to create the sound that sounds like a violin pad in the beginning. Is all bass, though 🙂
 
Check out the minor variety of this practice as well. This episode made a favorites list on notreble.com, so I decided to repeat it in minor.
Enjoy!
And yes, that is a notreble beanie. I love it. It is soooooo soft!

 

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4 Replies to “Beautiful Practice: Diatonic Triads in open position”

    1. Haha, Emmly, I see what you did there 😉
      And you know I am Austrian so let’s throw another shrimp on the barbie 😉
      Thank you for your comment!

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