• Jazz Musicians: “What’s The Most Unpleasant Interval You Can Play In Jazz Theory?”

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    This lesson will open your eyes to the most unpleasant interval in jazz theory; with 4 examples of scale tone chords where you can find them.

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    “Wait A Minute! Why Is Nobody Talking About The b7-Chord?!”

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    Learn more about the b7-chord and its relationship with the 7-chord in this lesson.

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    Yesterday’s Dissonance, Today’s Consonance

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    In tonal music, there are two classes of intervals – dissonant and consonant intervals. In this article, we’ll focus on the evolution in music and its effect on dissonant intervals.

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    I can’t hold it in anymore

    Lately, there’s been a lot of talk about this so-called gospel musicians’ “secret.” In fact, this “secret” is suppose to be the ONE thing that connects every “big name” gospel musician together. They all know what it is. Heck, they’ve even learned how to manipulate it so much that it can literally evoke any kind of emotion when used properly.

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