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On va travailler les accords diminués, le métronome et quelques petites montées en accords !
so if you like it, feel free to put a like, to subscribe it's always nice and it always motivates me to continue.. So today we'll see, so let me see what we're going to see we're going to see the work at the metronome very very important
take good habits from the start, we're going to see the diminished chords that are a little special, then the C6 chord, then the A7
all so that we can make a nice chord line which is very often done in minor swing and we'll also see the theme of the intro is the ending theme, so we'll make a little more melody, here I go. I'm developing a new site which is called guitarsession.net I'll put the link in the description that there may be bugs and it's not completely over yet. but you already have access to a lot of things then including the course for learn gypsy jazz the course free with Minor swing so when you register you have access to that , and you have this little player that
is not bad at all, you have direct access to the chapter like this by clicking here you may , I will pause it,you can loop some parts if you want to so here you go by clicking on the AB loop button it will automatically loop back and if there's some parts you want to loop precisely, so herecheck that "AB" button is clicked and you press the
"i" on the keyboard it will start the beginning of the loop and "o" to set the end of the loop here he is going to repeat, so it's super convenient if there's a line
that you want to see precisely you loop it, and you can also of course
slow down.. hop here's 0.8 until here's does a robot voice or more
so it's not bad at all , you've got so access to
free backing tracks, there's some and I'll add more & more... you can of course speed them up or slow down, it's super convenient what's not bad is that you've got ... Ohh here it is 1.8 !
here you go, you see the chords that are being made so it's pretty convenient take advantage of this opportunity to register do not hesitate to give me a look back at what works and what's wrong Work with the metronome ! then right away how work at the metronome so obviously there are plenty of ways to work on the metronome, I don't know. if you have one Philou or if you have one the others, you can install on your phone search 'metronome' it's so easy ... so the way the most basic is to put the metronome on all beat, and to play over it, avoiding to slowdown.
to accelerate is the difficulty, so... we're going to say 150 for start or do minor swing once the solo... 1 2 1 2
3 4 [Music playing]
that's the whole point, of course, is is being right on the metronome of not speeding up or slowing down, this is the first and foremost I'll advise everyone to try the second way of putting the metronome one beat on two:
put it on 2 and 4. so we'll divide the tempo...
we're gonna put a little less so that it's easier at first we'll just put at 60bpm, Wait, I want
turn the volume up so it's on the 2nd and the 4th beat, so at the It's a little difficult at first, but... you have to be able to count like this 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4
Okay, when you get it a little bit, we're gonna play the form, so... Here we go with the metronome on 2. and on the 4th so it's a little tricky at first, so we're going to try to count right 1 2 3 4 ....
that obviously corresponds to the snap that we are supposed to do on the 2 and 4... so if you can't do it, try to
say for example to start counting four once there is the click is
continue 4 1 2 3 4 ... once you feel it,
once you feel it inside you can play ...
1 2 1 2 3 4
we must obviously try to attract the more assumed 4 1 2 3
[Music playing] Okay, here's the second way to work. and I think it's really the best one.
there's one effect that I find great when you're really on the metronome actually you can't hear it anymore. so it's pretty great. sometimes if you really really play well on it Philou, you're going to see the second shot erase the sound of the metronome !
another way also to work with the metronome which is very interesting, more relaxed ! is to put it every four beats
in fact beginning of each bars, so we're gonna split the tempo again, we're gonna say we're gonna
set it to 30 and so he's gonna be on every first
beat, so we must succeed to play the four beats correctly
having the metronome on the first beat ... we will try to keep the right tempo not to speed up, not slow down and do the solo of Minor swing ... 1 2 3 4
[Music playing] so this exercise may be more difficult but really it's going to show you right away if you stay in the tempo or not ...then we can go more far put a metronome every two bars , but we're not going to go so far, we keep it simple... so here are some ideas for work with the metronome like that, and to be able to make progress in your inside rhythm feeling...
feel so feel so feel free to put the metronome try to
work on that a little bit in parallel of the rest... let's see what's next Little demo All what we will see here will allow you to enrich a little bit the minor swing and to know a little more the fretboard, It's not necessary, you can very well skip this part and stay to the three four chords that we saw in the first lessons for the moment, but everything we see here will serve all the time so it's a way to go deeper in minor swing and to learn new things that will serve on other songs at the same time demo with these new things [Music playing]
[Music playing] here's a little example of what we can do... do in rhythm when you know
a lot of chords... Diminished chords... the diminished chord is a chord hyper convenient and what's interesting is that the notes of the diminished chord
are equivalent by minor third (3 steps) which means that by learning a chord we're gonna be able to move him by minor third and it'll make the same chord but with the notes in a different order. Here's the position we're gonna take. on G# with middle finger on 4th fret, that gives that ,the diagram is displayed
up here so here's the middle finger on the 4th fret of the E string, we mute the A
always with the fat of the fingers the index is going to make a kind of bar
third fret, D, G and B string.. the ring finger's going to be on the fourth fret of the G string, which gives.. we mute the A and high E strings
[Music playing] This is how it sounds , what I said is that we can move it. by minor third (3 frets) , it's gonna be the same notes in a different order the notes are reversed by moving by minor third, they're all separated from a third minor, so we can do and this chord
G# diminished is equivalent to E7 it's kind of an equivalency, with the 9b for those who want to know exactly if you don't get it no problem philou just remember G#° and B° is equivalent to E7, so all minor third from G#
can replace E7, which will give on
Minor swing: it makes you kind of bass line .. Let's see that it's a little bit... Am6
Dm6 .. G#°.. B°
you see ? the Bb7 we saw, B° and G#°... Am
Every time I got a E7 , I can have fun choosing a diminished chord that is equivalent, E7 here, if I put the middle finger on the bass 7 fret, on the B and I do the B° it's ok G#° it's ok.. B°, D° , F°
It works, too, so you can fill up effects like this is one way to enrich the grid... so let's take another example
the chorus grid and 1,2,3,4
B° we return to the Am6 [Music playing]
second part Dm6... Am6
instead of doing the E7.4 beats, I did two beat of B° and
G#°... so if you didn't understand nothing.. Philou, it's okay. Just tell you: I can replace E7 with a diminished chord.
B° or G#° and I'm moving from one to the other. it does indeed look nice and simple. C6 and little chord line
[Music playing] that's a bassline that's pretty nice, we'll see the chords for that ..so Am6 we know it,
no problem B° that we just saw, so 7th fret
and there a new chord C major 6 so what's the difference with a Cm6, well the third
is major, and that's the difference if you're would be C minor 6, that would be that, and we'd be
is going to put we're going to invert the fingers the pinky and ring finger to put little finger on the major third of C, here it's on the
eight fret of G string.. look at the Diagram it's easier
so I'm starting from the beginning again. Am6, then B°, then, C6, and on
continues to rise chromatically C#°... then that in detail iit's equivalent to A7 we're play the
third in the bass ...no matter ... so C#°
we arrive on Dm6... Now in tempo.
always in tempo and 1,2,3,4...
so this little line is working. good after the E7,
to go from the Am6 to the Dm6.. here'd how that sound 3,4...Am6 ... second bar.. Dm6
2,3,4 ... E7 Here we'll make this line
2 beats per chord... and we arrive on the Dm6, I repeat Am6 2beats
B° 2 beats, C6 2 beats, C#° 2 beats and we arrive
on the Dm6... let's do that... 1 2 3 4 ... Am6, B°, C6, C#°...
and Dm6 , the position that we saw at the very beginning yet again [Music playing]
this is what it looks like A7 chord something else that is often done on minor swing is that we're going to use the
the A7 before switching to D minor so I'm going to do it to you once, and Then I'll show you the A7. we're going to do it like B flat this. that we saw last time you're gonna see what it looks like... 1,2,3,4 Am6 , Dm6...
E7, and here ! Am6 1bar, and A7 1bar...
and Dm6... so before the Dm6 we can put a bar of A7
or even just 2beats of A7 .. Chords 7 are specials, we'll talk a little bit later..
when you have a 7 chord, you have to know... it creates a kind of tension he's unstable, as you might say, and
the notes wants to go to further notes for a resolution
example in the E7 if you listen carefully if we the third and the seventh, these two notes
want to resolve on the following notes of Am6 E7 will resolve on the Am6 .. so it's a little obscure, maybe
complicated Remember that chord seven is a little bit... unstable and you can do a lot of things on it, so there the Am is gonna turn it into a A7 just before you get on the Dm6, and this
is gonna create a little instability that's gonna resolve on D minor
that's one way of looking at it
so a little thing also that we can do now that we've seen C6 , instead of doing Am6/ E7 at the end.. we can make this little line with those chords.. Am6 2beat, C6 2 beats.. B°, and E7
so I'm doing another E7 position it's pretty much the same, so it shows up here B° and E7 I'll do it once,
so it is a way of playing the end that's nice rather than to stay on the Am6 one bar and E7 one bar...
and then it's gone again, so that's also something nice... small demo
now let's see the theme of the intro ... theme of the intro you start to know it..
let's see that.. and the pick technique, that's what's important. so we're gonna go with the ring finger on the 7th fret D string, then first finger G string 5th fret, and first finger 5th fret B string,
here we do a little trills, and we arrive with the rig finger
on the 7th fret G string square and we're gonna make 6th fret B strings and 5th fret E strings
it appears here, so... what's important is to always
attack ohh shut up the metronome , what is important to note is that with
the right hand we're going to attack down every note so more than that, it's attacking down. we're going to make a move that's going to be
put on the string below, look at the right hand
[Music playing] so in fact every move is made towards
the bottom and the pick hits the string that is below
it's the technique really gypsy that we do all the time ,we don't do alternate picking. we do everything down
[Music playing] here we do a hammer, it means,
that we're going to hit the index finger with the middle finger and on the 5th fret B strings, and just by typing and lifting the middle finger on the 6th fret
it make sounds the next note
and after we do the seventh fret G string to continue
again... [Music playing]
again think with the right hand go down with every note, [Music playing] See here I'm going down and on the next note again downstroke too
[Music playing] Let's go with metronome 1 2 1 2 3 4.
the little bass line we saw last time
in fact, this theme intro is an simple arpeggios of each chords the fundamental the third and the fifth of each chord so in Am
fundamental third minor, fifth, and after in D
fundamental third minor, fifth... [Music playing]
the super simple ending theme it's going to be a simple arpeggio of each so the minor a twice with a little rhythmic change the second time,
the Dmin, and the E7 [Music playing]
Here it goes .... 1 2 1 2 3 4
[Music playing] and here's hoping you enjoyed it. I hope that Philou you are motivated to continue to work..and others as well sure don't hesitate to put a little like to subscribe go take a look at guitarsession.net ... there are lots of things that you should like about it is under construction and that's it ! see you next time ! [Music playing]