This week we continue our journey on learning about enclosures and how to use them. Last week we went over the basics of target notes and how to start surrounding them. This week, we talk about more advanced ways to enclose our target notes. We cover double-single approaches from above and below and we end the episode with double-double approaches from above and below.
These sounds are essential when it comes to effectively playing chromatically driven solos. When we introduce chromaticism into our solos, it gives us a lot of options we didn’t have before. Enjoy this week’s episode on enclosures!
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