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“Pat Martino: Study Of The Opposites”带给你您受格莱美奖提名得主爵士吉他传奇Pat Martino (帕特马蒂诺)的有如一名建築家的思维。Consonance(和音)与Dissonance(不协和音)。光明与黑暗。帕特的对立研究将解开你不为人知的潜力,并将扭转你对乐器的先入为主的传统观念。

 

帕特马蒂诺的吉他演奏方法带出他独特的声音,像他这种方式可以让吉他的错综複杂的声音拥有一种不屈不挠的亲密感和开放感的印象。

 

他对乐器的处理方式不仅显示了他对即兴创作原则的热情和执著,而且还制定了他人难以模仿或複制的爵士吉他演奏的标準。

 

TAGA製作出版社的“Pat Martino:Study Of The Opposites”标誌著对Pat的天份的全面考察。

 

受到一位音乐传奇的指导,他为您提供了长年积累的智慧蓝图,这将释放您潜力,并将节省您在未来因失败而浪费了的宝贵时间。

 

来为您的吉他演奏体验一场概念的剧变吧,令您能够在即兴创作中探索新的未知领域。

 

在探索Pat Martino的作品时,这课程整合了视觉高品质叁角相机格式,支持大量免费PDF,图表和尖端学习材料。

本课程还为您提供最新的Soundslice技术,以便您在播放素材,浏览免费pdf /副本以及更多内容的同一时间能够播放,循环重播和/或减慢製表符和符号。

 

準备好为你的吉他演奏进行前所未有的转变了吗?

Course Curriculum

1. Introduction
1.1 Introduction by Pat Martino 00:01:10
2. Decoding the Matrix
2.1 Introducing Fingering Points 00:00:59
2.2 Lower and Upper Areas of Activity 00:02:30
2.3 Coupling Fingering Points 00:01:15
2.4 Decoding the Matrix Recap 00:01:13
2.5 Chromatic Stairways: Connecting Fingering Points 00:01:09
3. Piano vs Guitar
3.1 The Nature of the Piano 00:01:23
3.2 The Two Automatic Functions of the Guitar 00:02:05
3.3 A Mathematical Approach 00:00:46
4. The First Automatic Function
4.1 Descent: Deriving Major Triads 00:00:58
4.2 Ascent: Deriving Minor Triads 00:01:28
4.3 Deriving Triads Recap 00:00:56
4.4 Twelve Keys 00:01:37
4.5 Triad Inversions: Horizontal Movement (String Group 3 2 1) 00:01:05
4.6 Triad Inversions: Vertical Movement 00:01:28
4.7 Adjacent Triad Inversions 00:00:50
4.8 Non-Adjacent Triad Inversions (String Group 6 4 3) 00:00:46
4.9 Demonstration of Non-Adjacent Triads 00:00:53
4.10 String Groups 5 3 2 and 4 2 1 00:01:04
5. The Second Automatic Function
5.1 Descent: 7th Chords 00:02:15
5.2 7th Chord Inversions: Horizontal Movement (String Group 6 5 4 3) 00:01:02
5.3 7th Chord Inversions: Other String Groups 00:02:07
5.4 Accommodating for the 2nd and 3rd Strings (Transferring Chord Shapes) 00:05:36
5.5 7th and Diminished Inversions: Non-Adjacent 00:01:58
5.6 Ascent: Deriving m7b5 Chords 00:02:20
5.7 Summing Up the Automatic Functions 00:00:38
5.8 Expanding Further 00:01:02
6. The Tritone and its Division of the Twelve-Tone Scale
6.1 Dividing Twelve Notes Into Six 00:03:03
6.2 Consonant Cluster 00:02:10
6.3 Dissonant Cluster 00:01:42
6.4 Conceptualizing Multiple Substitutions 00:01:08
6.5 Applying Multiple Substitutions 00:00:57
6.6 Concluding Multiple Substitutions 00:00:53
7. Tunes
7.1 Introduction to Tunes 00:01:02
7.2 Round Midnight 00:06:34
7.3 Alone Together 00:04:44
7.4 Remembered 00:04:20
7.5 Sun on My Hands 00:08:25
7.6 Thanks for Watching 00:00:14

Course Reviews

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  1. Reggie Michaels

    5

    Interesting to hear about Pat’s approach to improvisation. There’s a lot of information to digest, but his systematic approach is easy to follow. Great if you feel stuck playing the same licks over and over again.

  2. Sofia Wagenknecht

    4

    I was expecting to learn more of Pat’s signature lines, but Pat really teaches about music and the guitar in general, which is really great too! He goes really deep with some topics and gives you more of a vehicle to use for improvisation. I was always a big fan of Pat Martino and enjoyed the tunes he played at the end. I whish some of them could have been more uptempo, but i still enjoyed it!

  3. Patrick Willink

    5

    Pat Martino always has been such an inspiration for me! He is not really teaching you his signature lines, but he is teaching you more of his mindset on how to approach the instrument. This is actually the course i needed years ago. Great job!

  4. Jonas Kramer

    5

    VERY ADVANCED COURSE, BUT SUPER INTERESTING! LOVE TO HEAR PATS IDEAS ON MUSIC, THANKS A LOT!

  5. Rebecca Levin

    5

    Pat says in this course that he’s going to approach the guitar like a machine. His approach is very intellectual and academic and might not be for everyone. Having said that, the pieces are beautiful, although I don’t really care for the synth backing sound he uses. The transcriptions are absolutely superb though. Top marks for that.

  6. Dima Kuznetsov

    4

    I am enjoying this course a lot, but I will need some time to digest all of the information that Pat presents in this course of jazz guitar.

  7. Jose Maria del Amo

    5

    Great course from a truly unique living legend.

  8. Marc Deluca

    4

    Although Pat’s playing is a litle sloppy occasionally during the examples, these lessons are well worth it. I still enjoyed Pat’s explanations as to how he views the Guitar. It was nice to get in his head a bit.

  9. Edward Rosen

    3

    The Inner and outer fingering points section was very interesting. Some of these lessons are beyond my current understanding of the guitar so I really wish that he would have explained a little more.

  10. Manoj Kumar

    5

    LOVED IT! THANKS PAT!!!

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