Greetings, I've been working on developing my walking skills. After hearing Todd play and listening to a couple of interviews, I purchased several of his books including "Walking Bass Modules" which has been a great start. Shortly after I found a transcription of "All The Things You Are" he posted in his forum here. I decided to analyze it and see how it compared to the modules in the book. What I discovered really helped me quite a bit. Turns out the entire sample line is comprised of three patterns or modules. For example: Measures 1 & 2 use the scale fragment 1st 2nd 3rd (scale degrees) followed by a chromatic approach tone. Measures 3 & 5 use the descending scale fragment 1 7 6 5 Measures 4, 7,8, 11 use arpeggios Every measure follows one of the patterns or a slight variation. In the attached file,I color coded the measures just to demonstrate the reoccurrence of each pattern. While this is Theory 101 analysis, combining it with the modules from the book has been a break through moment. Thought I would post it here for anyone working on their waling lines. FWIW, I wasn't comfortable just posting someone else's work so I got Todd's permission first. He was more than happy to have his line and my analysis shared.