Jazz Piano School Ep. 123 – Accompanying Singers Using “The Switch”

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Go to http://jazzpianoschool.com/singers to get details for our “Singer Accompaniment Mastery” specialty course being released in a couple of weeks!

Welcome to PART 2 of our accompanying singers series and in this podcast I’m teaching what I call “The SWITCH”! The Switch is the system I use to get a wide variety of textures, contrast, and balance in my accompaniment while playing for vocalist.

It will allow you to get away from walking bass the entire time…(borrrring)…and help you add in expression of YOUR OWN! Which we all truly want to do right?

I know I certainly hate being a back up track for a vocalist. When you mix the Switch in with other varying textures taught in our new Singer Accompaniment Mastery course you get a beautiful balance of lush reharms, fills, rhythmic and melodic accompaniment supported with bass notes.

Have fun and enjoy!

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