Music Theory for the Bass Player

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Things you never knew iRealPro can do! (Video Tutorial)

Practice tips galore in this iRealPro Tutorial From how to get started with the program, to downloading songs, to using its practice capabilities to the fullest. iRealPro is a great practice

Thank you for your vote!

This post is a big shout of thanks to all who voted for me! I have been busy recording and releasing the new Ear Training Course for you, so I

The Whole Tone Scale – Why it’s cool! (with free jam track)

I refer to this video lesson on the Whole Tone Scale regularly in my lessons As one YouTube commenter stated: “I always found little use in this scale, you have

Transcribe! Tutorial – My Favorite transcribing Software Explained (Plus: Best key commands!)

(Scroll down to watch video. Header is image only) Transcribe! is one Nifty Program Here are 9 reasons why you really should look into it: It is far superior to

Why I dislike the WWH WWWH Method for Creating a Major Scale

You have all heard the advice… Create a major scale with the formula W W H W W W H – which of course stands for whole step – whole

“Dmin sus” Chord – Talk About a Contradiction!

Dmin sus or “D minor sus” Dmin means a D minor triad, the root, flat three, and perfect fifth. D sus means a triad without a third. The third is

D# or Eb? Why it matters

A Quoran asked whether it matters to call the middle note of a C minor triad D# or Eb D# or Eb? Oh, yes, does it ever matter. Read my

Sweet Emotion: Bass Intro (Talking Technique)

Sweet Emotion Bass Intro The iconic Aerosmith song “Sweet Emotion” boasts a killer bass line. And because the bass starts the song – you must do it convincingly straight from

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