Repetition Secrets

by David Wallimann

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  • In today's phrasing lesson, we'll develop some ideas using the principle of repetition. Whether it's a rhythm motif, a series of notes or anything else you play, repeating the same type of idea will help your lead sound more coherent and will help you draw the listener into what you are doing musically.

    As you go through the following ideas, try to understand what makes it interesting to you and create something of your own using that repetitive idea you liked.

    The key of the track is in A minor, we'll use A minor and A minor pentatonic scales here.

    Be creative and keep it fun!

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