now we have all these exercises and it's
fun to put them together sometimes.
Link them up, and again I encourage you to
just come up with your own exercises and
your own variations on patterns because
that's where you start to develop your own
But there so many choices available to us
first of all just the, the,
register that we play in, we've learned
but even up here [SOUND] it's gonna sound
a lot different.
And then our arpeggios are going to.
And up here they're going to sound.
So what you might want to try sometimes is
just jumping octaves.
Okay now, we're gonna play that all
We've learned the Major 7th Arpeggio, the
Dominant 7th Arpeggio,
the Minor 7th Arpeggio and of course our
regular scale, C major.
So we're gonna stay in the key of C.
We're gonna go back to our 70 beat per
minute metronome and we're gonna
try to put all these exercises together so
that they make a little more sense.
I'm gonna play them through now.
Using just one note per, per beat and
lets start here now with the C major scale
and we'll put it all together.
It goes like this.
One, two, three, four.
How did that feel?
Okay, we're going to shake our hands out a
Everybody's a little stiff.
And do the same thing again only this time
we're gonna play two notes per click.
Here we go.
[SOUND] One, two, three, four.
So, now you get to play it three notes per
beat and then four notes per beat.
Now remember, we're learning speed and
we're also strengthening our fingers and
we're learning how to play up and down the
across, across the finger board and up and
down the finger board.
And what I want you to end up doing, is
doing all these exercises in all
the different keys, and that will keep you