John Patitucci Workshop

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00:00 Introduction
02:eleven Non-Negotiables: Time and Pitch
07:03 Terms of “Time” John and Jim enjoy “Stella by Starlight”
09:32 Transcribing patterns about chords
20:09 Educating techniques: influences and distinct academics
29:14 Balla taking part in and demonstration by John and Jim
37:eleven Pedal tones right hand strategies
41:05 String height and set-up
45:fifty four Acquiring ideas ear education and David Baker
53:02 Composing
fifty four:41 Breaking up the time “Alone Together” with John and Jay
01:03:55 Give and just take with the drummer
01:08:24 Harmony demonstration
01:twenty five:fifty eight Solo Suggestions in a single place
01:31:26 Recording Headphone use
01:34:forty three Still left Hand place
01:36:28 Amplifier, microfone and choose-up communicate
01:37:23 Musical Tastes and associates in tunes

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32 COMMENTS

  1. @Pablo Dantas – "nice collection". Did you know that there are a billion humans with not a lot of food and shelter who "need instruments"? True story!

  2. It's depend on what kind of of music you listen to, you in to, than there after you interpret that what you've learnt from adding your(my) own sence of feeling, rythmus and ego and than it becomes your own style…

  3. By six minutes I'd have accepted that my IQ and training were insufficient, grabbed my coat and gone home accepting my status as utter loser.

  4. all that talking its right but only people they know that already can understand …for another can not help …you hear that after your musician live u find that from million albums and experience because if u feel u can not escape from that…otherwise if u didn't found …its just not your thing 😉

  5. The information in this workshop is worth it's weight in gold! Thanks for posting!I've been a huge fan of John's since the Electrik Band days. One of the true masters of both electric and upright basses!

  6. So inspiring to catch a glimpse of the depth of this truly remarkable and humble musician's knowledge. Thankyou so much for putting this up.

  7. This is honest, sincere, genuine, truthful and everything musically that anyone could ask for. The order of priorities is totally correct and that comes from generations of Jazz players before him.. what a great exponent of Jazz he is, so musical.

  8. Thanks for sharing. JP is a great player, very well balanced – a great accompanist and soloist and equally skilled on both Electric and Upright.

  9. MUITO BOM MESMO SATO!
    ALIÁS ,MUITÍSSIMO OBRIGADO POR TEREM POSTADO, VC AQUI PAULO E SATO NO FÊICE
    BÚQUI!

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