This Rhythmic Exercise Will Free up your Improvising (Ep:178)

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In this podcast episode we show you an exercise you can use to both free up your existing jazz lines and discover new ones.

Even the best improvisers repeat themselves now and then, but with this exercise you will find yourself playing phrases you’ve never played before!

Follow along to discover this rhythmic device.

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