Jazz Piano School Ep. 66 – My Voicing Pyramid & Comping

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Learning voicings with structure and organization can be complicated. You’ll learn one voicing from one resource then a completely different voicing from another resource.

Follow my voicing pyramid to make sure you fill all your voicing holes and achieve complete freedom with all your voicings.

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5 Responses

  1. Hey Brenden, I pray that all is well with you and your family. Thank you so much for making this awesome information available. I’m a drummer/percussionist, but I also play flute and wind controller. I’m learning your voicing pyramid on the flute and it’s awesome.

  2. Great podcast!!! Aside from all the great information on voicings and comping, the last two minutes alone are worth it. If you are having fun and enjoying making music, a drop 2 here or a b9 there is irrelevant. Thank you Branden for all your hard work this past year. Looking forward to more in 2017.

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