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Discussion in 'Jazz Technique [DB]' started by pdbass, Sep 22, 2020.
...only with a 'clickbait' title. Tips, advice, and free PDFs for those interested.
Slept on it. This title feels a lot more appropriate..."clickbait"? Who ever said "clickbait"?
I was searching for a good method book to gain better sight reading skills. I've found really a great one. David Motto's "Essential Sightreading Studies for Electric Bass" in 3 volumes is worth the money you'll spent. You don't even have to wait until the book & CD comes to your mail box, if you order it as a pdf & MP3 download.
Thanks--I will check it out for sure.
Excellent video, well done. Thank you!
Just to add, being able to read music allows you to play music you have never heard before.
Thanks for checking it out!
Found this at this website. I’m gonna order this.
This is my go to resource for students who want to improve their reading skills -
It is best approached Away From The Instrument (AFTI) - i.e., clapping or singing the rhythms, before adding notes/pitches/hands/fingers/etc.
Internalization of, and recognition of, the written text, and then being able to sing or tap that rhythm, is the first tool in the toolbox of reading (any kind of) music.
IMFO, of course, as always.
Wow! I have to get this. The Rich Appleman book is similar, but not as thorough.
Yeah, that was where I started. Howard Post had me play scales or arpeggios to that book.
David Motto books (3 volumes) are great.
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