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Theoretically speaking, a melodic pattern is an intervallic and rhythmic repetition of notes, which you usually sequence through a scale or arpeggio. Technically speaking, melodic patterns are generally studied to build dexterity, and are especially useful for getting your picking and fretting hands in synch. Creatively speaking, melodic patterns are the building blocks of improvisation and composition. This new intensive from Brad Carlton, covers all three bases.

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This video lesson will cover how musicians with little to no experience with music theory can begin study and practice of harmonizing the major scale into triads and begin understanding the process of harmonic analysis.

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