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Jazz Guitar Lessons: Ear Training - Exercise 7: Linear Line Recognition

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Ear Training: Exercise 7
Linear Line Recognition.
Alright.
And finally, I'm gonna do some
linear improvisation, and again,
my hands will be obscured, so
you won't know what I'm doing and
see if you can pick out the,
the lines that I'm doing.
Some of it'll be patterns,
involving the intervals we've learned.
There might be some arpeggios in there.
And try to use the ear training
that you've done to decipher it.
And send in your videos of you doing
it yourself and see how close you are.
Here we go.
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Just
a few
examples.
And I encourage you too,
to make up your own and send it to me,
see if I can get them.
So that's some of your training examples.
Have fun with it.
We'll try to expand this library of
testing as we go, and I look forward
to see who gets the Ear Loeb award,
the little badge on the site.
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