Very cool illustration Vasilije. By the way this should be an awesome lesson for progressive metal heads looking for new tools.
Interesting lesson! I like the delay effect here.
Inspiing lesson, I like the way it sounds
Very interesting lesson topic!
very nice sounding man!
Sounds very cool, this can be very useful
Let’s examine how we can go trough various harmonies while keeping one note in the bass. In this case pivot note will be note C, and harmony will consist of almost all of popular chords, major, minor, diminished, major 7, minor 7, minor 7-5, and 5ths.
When you have simple harmonic approach, in this case one note being repeated many times, you have few ways of “making it interesting”: changing tempo, changing rhythm, playing in different octaves, or playing with intervals. In this example last two ways are used.
We basically skip chord tones, playing every second one, or in case of 5th and dim7, playing larger intervals such as 5ths. In case of having one musical element being repeated, the lesson is to exploit other elements such as rhythm, tempo, tonalities, intervals, sound and such.