Ode to Joy in 3 Jazz Styles 2

Learn how to transform the Ode to Joy lead sheet into 3 essential jazz styles, including Swing, Jazz Ballad, & Latin Bossa Nova.

Ode to Joy in 3 Jazz Styles 1

Learn how to transform the Ode to Joy lead sheet into 3 essential jazz styles, including Swing, Jazz Ballad, & Latin Bossa Nova.

Pop Accompaniment Patterns 2

Learn 48 beautiful accompaniment patterns that work almost over any pop or rock song, including 8 essential right hand techniques, 6 left hand techniques, chord positions, and more.

Pop Accompaniment Patterns 1

Learn 48 beautiful accompaniment patterns that work almost over any pop or rock song, including 8 essential right hand techniques, 6 left hand techniques, chord positions, and more.

Funk & Smooth Jazz Grooves & Licks 2

Master the Funk and Smooth Jazz styles! You’ll learn the funk progression, 5 right hand chord options, 4 right hand rhythm options, 6 bass lines, and 6 licks.

Funk & Smooth Jazz Grooves & Licks 1

Master the funk and smooth jazz styles! You’ll learn the funk progression, 3 right hand chord options, 4 right hand rhythm options, 6 bass lines, and 6 licks.

Passing Chords & Reharmonization 2

Learn 5 essential techniques for adding passing chords or reharmonizing any song. Techniques include Secondary Dominant Series, Tritone Substitutes, 2-5-1 Progression, Elongated 2-5-1, & Chromatic 2-5-1.

Passing Chords & Reharmonization 1

Learn 3 essential techniques for adding passing chords or reharmonizing any song. Techniques include relative chords, secondary dominants, and lower neighbor diminished 7th chords.

Scales for Improv on Major and Minor Chords

Learn a variety of scales to get started with improvisation over major and minor chords. After covering common progressions, you’ll discover the tips and tricks to improvise with confidence.

Scales for Improv on 7th Chords

Learn the essential scales used to improvise over the most common 7th chords found in jazz and popular music. Scales are the musical building blocks used to create interesting solos.

Jazz Walking Bass Lines 2

Master jazz walking bass lines with 9 different approaches used by the pros.  We’ll work through one of the most common jazz progressions using techniques like 5ths, walkups, walkdowns, and tritones.

Jazz Walking Bass Lines 1

Learn 9 techniques for walking jazz bass lines, including outlining chords, chromatic connectors, 5ths, walkups, walkdowns, & more.

Cycle of Fifths in 3 Jazz Styles 2

Explore the Cycle of 5ths Progression in 3 Jazz Styles: Swing, Bossa Nova, & Cocktail Piano. An essential course for comping on tunes like Fly Me to the Moon, Autumn Leaves, & All the Things You Are.

Cycle of Fifths in 3 Jazz Styles 1

Stylize the Cycle of 5ths Progression in Swing, Latin Bossa Nova, & Jazz Ballad. An essential course if you want to comp on tunes like Fly Me to the Moon, Autumn Leaves, & All the Things You Are.

Coloring Dominant Chords With Extensions

Transform how you comp (accompany) over Dominant 7 chords in a jazz or blues tune. We explore how to build chords with extensions, most common positions, groove patterns, & jamming with a band.

Slow Bernie Blues

Create the classic slow blues sound with this original tune. “Bernie’s Blues” covers all the essentials to groove in this style with fills, slid notes, and reharmonization.

The Sentimental Progression 2

Learn the sad progression used in hundreds of different songs. Discover the chords, harmonization approaches, 7 accompaniments with song examples, & improv techniques.

The Sentimental Progression 1

Learn the sad progression used in hundreds of different songs. Discover the chords, harmonization approaches, 5 accompaniments with song examples, & improv techniques.

Transposing a Lead Sheet 2

Learn how to quickly & easily transpose a lead sheet to any key! With the Number Chart method, we analyze a lead sheet, “convert” it to numbers, and apply it to 2 new keys.

Transposing a Lead Sheet 1

Learn how to quickly & easily transpose a lead sheet. Using the Number Chart method, we’ll analyze a melody and chords, “convert” them to numbers, and apply the numbers to a new key.