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Daine Jordan
08/26/2021 8:00 am (PST)

In this Intermediate/Advanced Q&A Submissions video, Daine answered all of your questions that were submitted in the month of July.

00:13 – Rachel P: Can you explain the reasoning why some improvs don’t sound melodic?

03:58 – Tess G: Tips for playing with short fingers?

05:58 – Luis E: Discussion on modes

11:52 – Laura U: Can I use an iRig2 interface in zoom?

13:58 – Q: Can you demonstrate common chord alterations and how to incorporate into our improv?

18:33 – Isabella V: Should I use the pedal when playing Cruella de Vil?

21:29 – Barbara W: Can you explain the reharm technique using a 2-5 over a dominant chord?

26:50 – Irina C: Can you demonstrate how to play the LH boogie octaves in the B section of 1950s Rock n Roll?

30:49 – Gillian M: Tips for accompanying a singer?

36:18 – Debbie T: Can you explain the F7 in 3rd measure of 10 essential funky licks QT?

38:17 – Rachel P: Tips for using rootless voiicings with bass player and drummer?

40:45 – Clement C: Is bossa nova the same as samba?

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