TRITONE SUBSTITUTION – This is how you do it
USE THIS METHOD AND GET THE SOUND OF THE TRITONE SUBSTITUTION
Getting new sounds into your vocabulary is sometimes difficult.
What should you play and how should you get on with it.
One of the sounds I use a lot in my own playing is the tritone substitute on a dominant chord.
Don’t let the words scare you – It is way easier than it seems.
Søren is playing a rhythm change in C – using tritone substitution.
In this tutorial
Why do you need a tritone substitution in your playing?
What is a tritone substitution?
How to practice the tritone substitution scales and chords
Build tritone substitution jazz lines
Apply jazz lines using tritone substitutions to your playing
Show, play and analyse two jazz licks using tritone substitution
Get the full transcription of the lesson:
00:00 TRITONE SUBSTITUTION – This is how you do it
00:22 Søren is playing a rhythm change in C – using tritone substitution
00:50 In this video
01:19 Why do you need tritone substitution in your playing?
02:14 What is a tritone substitution?
03:12 How do we get to the tritone substitute?
04:18 Comparing the “normal” dominant to the tritone substituted dominant
08:01 How to practice the tritone substitution scales and chords
12:39 Build tritone substitution jazz lines
15:32 Apply jazz lines using tritone substitutions to your playing
17:07 Get more out of the tritone substituted dominant
17:48 Show, play and analyse two jazz licks using tritone substitution – example lick 1
18:43 Example lick 2
19:44 Start practicing the tritone substitution the easy way
20:14 Get into the bebop sound
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“74 one bar tritone substitute dominant lines + 20 II-V-I lines using tritone substitution”
74 one bar tritone substitute dominant lines + 20 II-V-I lines using tritone substitution
“Bebop – how to get the sound”
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