Practice tempo is very important when it comes to how fast you will learn to play a difficult phrase or solo over a chord progression. A huge part of the time we spend on music is practice. So it’s important that you consider how you can do this in the most effective way.
In this video I will go over some of the things that you need to think about when you are practicing improvising over a progression and especially some thoughts on the tempo you play in.
Content of the video
0:00 Intro – Practice Tempo
0:36 The F major turnaround with altered dom7th chords
1:22 How to build material on a new chord progressions
1:40 Methods and things to consider for this stage of learning
2:09 Demonstrating this way of practice and how to think about it
2:55 No tempo is also a practice tempo
3:08 Goals for this way of practicing
3:44 Practicing in time – guidelines for choosing a tempo
4:14 The best practice tempo and how it feels to play in that tempo
5:05 The importance of knowing what you are working on and choosing the tempo that fits it
5:42 Do you have great exercises for learning to improvise over difficult progressions
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