JPS Ep:134 – Pentatonic Voicings Tutorial Part 2

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Here we look at how to create more 4 and 5 note voicings in a modal setting.

Today’s session explores a more flexible approach in D dorian by transposing shapes through the mode.

To take it further, we look at a technique of chromatic transposition used by Herbie Hancock.

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