Goran Amadeus The Most Comprehensive Guide for Jazz Piano Solo: Modes, Scales, Chords TUTORIAL
Have you always wanted to play Jazz on Piano but you have no idea how to solo, or how to build chords? You never had the opportunity to find lessons which are quick and thorough? The Most Comprehensive Guide for Jazz Piano Solo: Modes, Scales, Chords course is here to help you with that! This is unseen approach and you only need to do the basic math of counting to 12. It’s that easy, really!
You’ll learn many things – what are modes, how to form chords from scales, different types of scales in jazz, how to find chords in scales, how to improvise, etc. Basically, things that you will learn here are taught on music academies, and through here – you’re having the most important lessons in one place!
- Basic theory experience IS needed
- These lessons work for pianos and keyboards (synthesizers as well)
- The practice needed is 20-30 minutes per day
Why would you choose this course?
We’ve got your covered. Need some theory fundamentals? All good. In a quick and easy-to-understand way, you won’t waste a second more than you actually need to learn everything you should.
PRACTICE SHEETS too
We got you covered here, too. After you pass this course, you’ll get questions and answers, so you can test your knowledge. Theory without practice is no way to learn things.
LESSON LIST + SECTIONS:
- Section #1a: Aeonian mode
- Section #1b: Dorian mode
- Section #1c: Phrygian mode
- Section #1d: Lydian mode
- Section #1e: Mixolydian mode
- Section #1f: Aeolian mode
- Section #1g: Locrian mode
- Section #1h: AVOID NOTES
- Section #2a: Melodic minor
- Section #2b: Dorian b2 mode
- Section #2c: Lydian augmented mode
- Section #2d: Lydian dominant mode
- Section #2e: Mixolydian b13 mode
- Section #2f: Locrian natural 9 mode
- Section #2g: Altered dominant mode
- Section #3a: Whole-tone scale
- Section #3b: Diminished scale
- Section #3c: Augmented scale
- Section #3d: Major and minor Blues scale
- Section #3e: Major and minor Pentatonic scale
- Section #3f: Synthetic scales