Jazz Improv/ Scatting Tutorial
Learning to improvise is a process. Becoming amazing at it take practice, ear training and starting small and building up. One fab way to get started is to scat the melody and just deviate from one or two notes as you go. It means you don’t get lost in the music and go out of pitch and it helps your improvisation to stay anchored and sound good – even if you’re scatting over a more complicated chord progression.
So today we’ll break this technique down over ‘Summer Wind’ – a well know jazz song with a nice, easy chord progression.
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