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Odd Time Signature Exercises-Digital Download

ODD TIME SIGNATURE EXERCISES is the first book of its kind that 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 opportunities as 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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Srdjan K.
United States United States

Odd rhythms

Hey I come from the Balkans, and I am very good with Balkan odd meters, but slower jazz odd meters I find a bit challenging. That’s why I want to practice them . I looked into your book but I still didn’t start seriously working on it, but I will.Would you mind talking over viber or what’s up? I would like to ask you a few questions, and ask for suggestions. All the best to you and keep doing a great work.I am quite a good player! This sounds kind odd ******!All the best Srdjan

Andreas R.
Sweden Sweden

Awesome stuff!

Hi! I´m a big fan of you’re lessons. Keep it up!! /Andreas Rydman

Michael B.
Australia Australia

Odd time sigs

Great stuff Nick, kia kaha from NZ

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Mark K.
United States United States

Excellent product

I have purchased numerous items from JazzDuets and all are high quality. I have not started this project but did glance through it. Well organized with logical instructive steps. Maybe, in the future, Nick can explore the same variations via 8th notes such as 6/8, 9/8, 12/8 etc.... You just have to get used to subdividing triplets into whatever you wish.