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Jazzduets for advanced!

As an advanced player, you already know, that there is always room for improvement. But finding the right exercises is not always easy. The problems are more and more complicated and specific. If you need new, fun challenges that improve your playing immediately. The advanced section is the rIght place for you!

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Easy learning

Learn as efficient and easy as possible, with new exercises for advanced playing.          

Practice material for months

There is no such thing as too much practice. Never stop, and never have to. The advanced section will keep you bus.              

Target your specific problem

Knowing your weakness is the first step. Second one is to work on it. Specific exercises help you, to achieve your goals.

Overall practice

Rhythm, intonation, feeling, listening... everything comes together when you play. An overall practice boosts everything.

Check out the whole Advanced Collection!

Harmony explained

Hated by many, but once you understand it, it will become a great and important advantage for your playing and understanding of music. Breaking down, and analyzing different harmony patterns is key not only to play freely, but also to avoid mistakes and errors while playing with a band.

MP3 backing tracks

Exercising alone is okay, but it is not the same, as playing with a band. Of course, your bandmates won't play with you the same thing over and over again. Backing tracks from real live musicians help you to practice everything you want, as often as you need and as simular to a band as possible.

Analaysis of the great standards

In order to become brilliant, we have to study the great. Breaking down their idea of music and understanding how they wanted their great songs to sound is a big step in developing your own style. Learn from absolute heroes like Miles Davis, John Coltrane or Stevie Wonder and apply this knowledge to your songs and improvisations.

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ODD TIME SIGNATURE EXERCISES is the first book of its kindthat charts the metamorphosis of a 4/4 Tune & Solo in to different Time Signatures.

This transformation into 15/4, 7/4, 13/4/, 11/4, 6/4 and 5/4 time signatures produces a myriad of new , challenging opportunitiesas phrases, notes and rhythms are adapted, reimagined and transmogrified!

This ADVANCED LEVEL RESOURCE will strengthen and sharpen your Rhythmic acumen and may even change the way you think about common 4/4 time forever!

The Digital Download includes:

  • PDF for Concert; Bb and Eb Instruments featuring 7 versions of the Tune and specially written solo
  • 21 Playalong Tracks. beautifully recorded by the best live musicians (14 demonstration tracks and 7 playalong backings)
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Are you really familiar with the 4 main types of Minor : Natural, Melodic, Dorian + Harmonic?

Can you identify the characteristic notes that imbue each onewith its unique sound?

The exercises in this digital download have been specially and meticulously developed to familiarise you intimately with the special colours of each different Minor scale.

This Instant Digital Download Pdf contains the 12 different exercises of the you tube video below in ALL 12 keys (60 page booklet)

 Specially Adapted for the range of the following Instruments- Flute, Sax, Trumpet, Guitar, Piano + Clarinet.

( Some of the exercises have 2 versions - High and Low)

This Pdf will develop and expand your ear, whilst challenging your technique.

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James Brown- Night Train Improv 101 Jazz duets
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And many more... Check' out the whole collection!

"I've been playing for 55 years, and playing jazz for 25 years in big bands, and this package has opened my eyes to new things I would have never thought of. Not only the scales, that sound so cool, but learning the new sequencing of notes and experimenting with them and applying them to not only jazz, but country, rock, and pop, give a fresh new perspective on approaching songs, and definitely a way to break out of the same ol' same ol' and have fun working with new sounds again.

Robin J


¨This is an outstanding lesson: thank you. I appreciate the metaphor but I'm especially blown away by the quality of the examples. Even the simple examples are truly musical... I'm going to study this deeply, as I struggle with playing flashy licks (badly) and need to get back to basics¨




"As always, Nick, such a great and deep impressive stuff that gives hours of hours practice fun and experience. Thanks for all your work. Absolutely satisfied! Not the first and nit the last I bought. ;-) All the best, Nick. Stay healthy! Chris"

Chris W