Well i've developed this workout that i'm going to try and do every day till i leave for berklee in a year and a half. I'm not sure how log it would take to get through all of it, but i'm still learning most of it, so it might take 2 hours of practicing to do all of it. But if you'd like to try it my only suggestion is do each part in order, and do it untill you get it, dont slack off of cut corners. This is based on Berklee Minimum Requirements for Graduation and a Degree in Performance, so studing this and applying it should really help anyone. 1. Major Scale & Modes 2 Octaves Triads & Inversions (work up to 2 octaves) Broken Thirds & Sixths (work up to 2 octaves) Chord Structures & Tensions 2. Melodic Minor & Modes 2 Octaves Triads & Inversions Broken Thirds & Sixths Chord Structures & Tensions 3. Harmonic Minor & Modes 2 Octaves Triads & Inversions Broken Thirds & Sixths Chord Structures & Tensions 4. Symmetrical & Diminished 2 Octaves Triads & Inversions (Both Maj and Min from each degree) Broken Thirds & sixths Chord Structures & Tensions 5. Reading Rhythmic Clapping & Slapping Rhythm packet Chord Changes - Real Book Walking (ensamble playing) Melodic Bach (traditional prepared piece) 6. Ear Training Pitch Singing Solfége Transcription 7. Pentatonics* 2 Octaves Broken Thirds or fourths as needed 8. Learn a new scale *Pentatonics are any scale with 5 notes, including, but not limited to, Major, Minor, Blues, and Japanese scales.