Creating Two Hand 4 Note Voicings

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This was the first ever live stream podcast today! I had so much fun doing this with a live audience on Youtube.

Got to chat with everyone, and show everyone how I record the podcasts. And obviously got very in depth on creating two hand, 4 note voicings. Enjoy!

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2 Responses

  1. Hi Brendan, I love your videos including the podcast i just watched on 2 hand voicings, but it would be helpful to me when you do the beautiful fills after using these voicing if you explain or have a printout of what you doing to make it sound professional.

    Or perhaps do a video and slowly explain what you are doing with your beautiful 1 and 2 hand fills? Thanks for considering these things.

    1. Thanks for the comment Joe! When you say fills can you direct me to a specific part in this you are referring to?

      That’ll help me nail down the materials better in the future.


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