Meticulously prepared online video courses for a seamless, stress free jazz improvisation learning journey.

Each one has a different focus and learning goal - but they all have one thing in common:

Keeping you inspired whilst practicing sometimes profound and challenging jazz theory!

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These courses are the `flagship´ Resources of Jazzduets, tested and tried by many and constantly improved. You should enroll if:

• You play an instrument and want the solid and broad musical foundationneeded to improvise Jazz and Blues
• You are hungry to know and practice the secret exotic jazz notes the greats use
• You are looking for a tried and tested study method that will take you closer to your goals
• You are looking for an abundance of material to keep you busy for literally years
• You are looking for a deep dive in to the secrets of learning improvisation

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Tetratonic exercises

Within the realm of music, the four notes showcased in these exercises hold an indisputable claim to power - a potential often concealed beneath their unassuming presence.

These notes have woven themselves so intricately into the fabric of musical expression that their significance can sometimes elude us.

Enter the captivating domain of Tetratonic scales.

 These musical building blocks possess a captivating allure when subjected to inversion and artistic permutation. 

This kaleidoscope of tones not only presents a technical challenge to conquer but also invites the ear to traverse uncharted territories, expanding its receptive horizons.

Embrace the opportunity to delve into the world of these four notes, where their potential is harnessed in ways that defy convention.

Through their manipulation, we unearth a tapestry of sounds that test our capabilities while evoking fresh waves of creative energy. 

Files Included: 
- PDF of Exercises especially written to aid the assimilation of these sounds.

-Mp4 video