• Revealed: 60 Chords Every Jazz Musician Must Be Familiar With

    Thumbnail image for Revealed: 60 Chords Every Jazz Musician Must Be Familiar With

    There are 60 chords every jazz musician must learn and master and we’re covering them in this lesson.

    Read the full article →

    Choral Perspectives To The A&B Voicings Of Major Seventh And Minor Seventh Chords

    Thumbnail image for Choral Perspectives To The A&B Voicings Of Major Seventh And Minor Seventh Chords

    In this lesson, you’ll learn the voicings of major seventh and minor seventh chords using the A&B voicing technique.

    Read the full article →

    The Relationship Between Stable And Unstable Major Seventh Chords In A 2-5 Chord Progression

    Thumbnail image for The Relationship Between Stable And Unstable Major Seventh Chords In A 2-5 Chord Progression

    We’re breaking down the 2-5 chord progression and exposing you to what the top players are doing with stable and unstable major seventh chords.

    Read the full article →

    Revealed: The Formation Of Major Seventh Chords Using The Diminished Octave Interval

    Thumbnail image for Revealed: The Formation Of Major Seventh Chords Using The Diminished Octave Interval

    In today’s lesson, we’re approaching the formation of major seventh chords using the smartest known way.

    Read the full article →

    Exploring The Major Seventh Chord As Mutual Third Intervals

    Thumbnail image for Exploring The Major Seventh Chord As Mutual Third Intervals

    This lesson will give you a fresh perspective to the major seventh chord as mutual third intervals.

    Read the full article →

    “Part-Over-Root” Voicings Of The Major Seventh Chord In All 12 Keys

    major seventh chord

    Let’s explore a quick and easy way to voice the major seventh chord in all 12 keys using the “part-over-root” voicing technique.

    Read the full article →

    How To Play Seventh Chords with Just Two Notes

    seventh chords

    In this post, you’ll learn to play seventh chords like major seventh, minor seventh, dominant seventh, and half-diminished seventh with just two notes.

    Read the full article →