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Transcribing solos can help you improvise

No Comments 30 May 2016

Transcribing solos can help you improvise

Transcribing solos that other musicians have played can be a challenge, as it requires significant music notation chops and a sharp ear. Like any musical skill, though, it can be learned, and is well worth the investment of time to make it happen. Read more from author Michael Gallant on the Disc Makers Echoes blog.

After writing “A great solo can elevate your song” and “11 improvisation tips to help you make music in the moment” for the Disc Makers Blog, I recently had the honor of hosting a DM Twitter Chat focused on soloing techniques and improvisation. The discussion was fun and inspiring and lots of good questions were asked, one of which I want to elaborate on here. Click on the link below to read more…

Author: Michael Gallant, Disc Makers Echoes

Read More/Original Source: http://blog.discmakers.com/2016/05/transcribing-solos-can-help-you-improvise/

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