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Aural Illusions: The Shepard Tone and Tritone Paradox

Aural Illusions: The Shepard Tone and Tritone Paradox The Shepard tone is a REALLY interesting aural illusion. It’s created by a set of sine waves harmonized in octaves, with amplitudes (loudness) that are You hear a tone that continually keeps ascending or descending without actually changing in pitch. The Shepard Tone Aural Illusion. It is
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In-Position Soloing Over Cmaj7 Bbmaj7

In Position Soloing Over Cmaj7 Gm7. This is a continuation of last week’s free lessons, which you can check here: Solo In Position over Cmaj7 Fm7. Check this blog first and check out all the pages that it links to. It will make everyting in today’s lesson easier to follow Today we’ll talk about some
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In Position Soloing Over Cmaj7 Dbmaj7.

In Position Soloing Over Cmaj7 Dbmaj7. This is a continuation of last week’s free lesson, which you can check here: Solo In Position over Cmaj7 Fm7. Check this blog first and check out all the pages that it links to. It will make everyting in today’s lesson easier to follow. Today we’ll talk about some
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Advanced Scale Math for Theory Nerds

Advanced Scale Math for Theory Nerds I’ve been working super hard in past 8 months on a scale book. This book had been a couple of years in the making, but I kept getting pulled in different directions with so much teaching going on, music projects and life in general. This year however: one of
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The History of Distortion

A History Of Overdrive and Distortion. Students very often ask me about overdrive and distortion. They oftentimes wonder what the difference is, how to use these effects, and if one is “better” than the other. This following video is a bit lengthy at 23 minutes, but it’s a super fun to watch and very informative.
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