Very nice lesson for start learning modes, David!
Great modal workout lesson David!
great and useful lesson
Modes are fun and this was cool!
Great and usefull stuff David ! Backing track sounds really great!
Awesome and useful lesson! Even scales may sound beautiful!
Yes ,this is a Classic ,good job David !
Thanks a lot my friends!
That's a great way to start learning the Modes!! Great stuff David!!!
Good lesson David !
What VST did you use for string sounds ?
Great lesson David, and a very useful one!
Great David, definitely useful!
very useful David, well done!
Excellent lesson David .... Thanks
Very nice and useful
Very nice way of playing modes, nice sound as always man
Nice lesson Dave.
Great lesson. Very helpful. PLease keep up the great work.
Thanks a lot!
Pedja, I used Dimension Pro for the strings which is I think only available for Cakewalk Sonar...
cool!! G Ionian and A Dorian!! I love this!! great lesson my friend!
VEry good lesson man!!
I like the way you presented it. Good job, David.
Thanks a lot!
Memorizing modes can be difficult without a little help. Today's lesson should help you in that matter. Because the modes we'll be working on are all related to each other since all extracted from a common Major scale, the whole backing track should sound natural to the ear and guide you through the different scale positions you'll be working on.
Make sure that all your notes sound clean and pay attention to the fingering used. As you memorize this lesson, you should learn the names of the modes played as they will become very handy when the time comes for you to use them in your improvisations. Start with the opening video as it should answer the questions you might have on what modes are.