Major 7th Pitching Exercise


When you start getting more into jazz, you’ll encounter chord extensions. That means instead of musicians just using a regular major Triad for you to sing over, you get a 7th or 9th thrown in there which REALLY changes the sound of the chord.

So today we’ll go through a Major 7th exercise so you can start learning these extensions and getting them into your ear.

Nicola x

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