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  1. Teaching
    I'm attempting to learn how to improvise more theoretically; however, I'm struggling with symbols. Can someone tell me what this means: CΔ+4 I was told that the + means sharp, but I feel like this is just another way of writing "add"
  2. Jazz and Improvisation
    Here's a web-based practice tool that I made a while back. It's based on random root progressions, a concept I learned from Professor Mike Steinel while at UNT. I think it's a super cool and useful tool for practicing. Unfortunately it basically only works on desktop-sized browsers, though. Try...
  3. Jazz and Improvisation
    So let's say I have chord changes that go from A Minor7 to D Minor7 Does the key change? A min scale has no flats or sharps, but d min scale has 1 flat… I guess 2 flats with the "7" So does the key change? When, if ever does it change?
  4. Jazz and Improvisation
    I love E7+9, B7+9, C#m7 and C△7 How about you?
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