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I stumbled across this YT channel recently. Figured you folks might like a link on this. They're giving away what I think is amazing content for learning music theory for free. And if you want to support them, you can eventually find links to some modestly-priced e-books which I picked up recently.




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That was a nice explanation about a beautiful bass line. I'm sure she can explain some other ways to play a bass line on other style of music too. I'm thinking about a walking bass in jazz for example or a montuno bass line in latin music (so interesting)...and many more styles...thanks for sharing.

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It's always fun to see other approaches to theory/harmony; it's kind of a never-ending thing isn't it? I love seeing other people's explanations for things, cool post!

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Fixed the broken link in the first post.

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Thanks really interesting, been looking a their other stuff too.

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I'm a bass player first and foremost and that bassline is WAY too busy. My musician friends would laugh me outa the studio and never invite me back

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