In this half hour+ interview with Raul Amador of Bass Musician Magazine we talk about
- my book, Music Theory for the Bass Player
- how it is unique and how it came about
- how my students inspired me to write it
- the significance and content of the wall chart
- teaching, playing and loving both of it
- I even give you my 2 minute run down of cracking the modes right then and there!
My expression in the still is epic, haha. I get passionate, what can I say 🙂
Wall chart : Available fpr $24.95 with free domestic shipping.
International shipping available: postage will be computed for your country at check out. The posters ship in tubes to protect them, hence for some countries rates are quite high. 5 posters ship for the same price as one. Share with a buddy to save on shipping rates!
Staring at the Wall has never been so productive 🙂
Bass Musician Magazine is an awesome online bass magazine that keeps us connected and always has relevant and interesting content. It made me discover lots of great players and resources. I have submitted one of my own articles to them as well. The story behind that is that I teach a yearly Jazz and Blues camp to women at the Berkeley, California Jazz School (AKA California Jazz Conservatory). The stories of the women inspired me and I was looking for a place to share it. BMM embraced the story and published it in their magazine. Read: An All-female Jazz Camp – What gives?