Hi I am intermediate bass player. I want to progress. I have this routine inspired by the posts of Jeff berlin and his advices. It focus on Reading, Ear training, Jazz type studies, phrases for Jazz improvisation, chord tones and its inversions. Reading 1-Simandl sight reading book- Studies for reading in every key 2-Reading of intervals from J. Des Press book will help also with Ear training as I read them also without my bass 3-Des pres:Set of Exercises of pitch and rhithm in other positions. and same exercises in 12 keys. 4-Standing in the shadows of mo..learn some tunes in different keys, what tones he uses over each chord?? Jazz type studies and chord tones 1-Jeff Berlin - A Comprehensive Chord Tone System for Mastering the Bass, make the exercisises in 2-5-1 progression with the inversions. 2-Add tensions to the chord tones with the same exercises. Learn wich tension belongs to each substitute chords. 3-Berlin exercise of playing chord tones over standards. Surrounding the chords with the near chord tones. 4-Walking ray brown book. Phrases for Jazz improvisation 1-I have 10 phrases over chord tones and tensions, play them in every key. 2-Transcribe some phrases of standards and transpose to every key. 10 more or less Imagine you teach this for a music school during one year program. How would you organize it, wich things would you teach first?