Intervallic Pattern to Pivot Keys for Guitar
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Intervallic Pattern to Pivot Keys for Guitar

For the Advancing Guitarist
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Created by Shaun Smith
Last updated 11/2015
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  • 29 mins on-demand video
  • 21 Supplemental Resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • create a useable Intervallic Map, enabling them to pivot to any appropriate key, including exotic keys in improvising solos and song writing
  • expand their depth of knowledge of scale use and key substitution giving new variety in playing
  • understand function, map, and incorporate accent notes from the master key while pivoting through other keys with the creation and use of A.I.R Charts (Accent Interval Reference)
  • Determine appropriate chord substitutions for reharmonization of chord progressions
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  • Students will have to be at a high level of Music Theory knowledge
  • have the bases of functionality and creation of (standard) modes, keys, chords, improvisation, and chord progressions
  • To fully get all knowledge from this courses intention a student will need a Looping, Recording Device with Play-Back, or a Notation Program with Play-Back. This will be used to compare scale tones and harmonization over chord progressions in writing and improvisation
  • This course lays the foundations for the student to master the ability of hearing or seeing a 7th chord perspective function and being able to Pivot to ANY appropriate key including Exotic Keys. This is not a small task to conquer, so the student will need much self motivation, excitement, and patience to the practice, learn, and study the concepts presented in this course.
  • The student should have working knowledge of writing music, chord diagrams, and fret board charts.
  • Lastly the student should have and play a guitar or compose based off of guitar knowledge

A simple technique easily memorizable enabling you to pivot to any key, based off of the perspective of seeing root key notes as 7th chords.

If you have ever wondered how master musicians take you to new sonic levels this course on the Grand Intervalic Pattern Based off of 7th Chords to Pivot to Any Key will show you the path.

It Is the Solution to the ill feeling of hearing and a wrong note. Each wrong note linking into a part of another key.

We view each sub part of the Chords lower function within the mode of the key as a 7th chord enabling us to Pivot to any Appropriate Key.

Taking our listener and you as a creator to new sonic Levels, creating mental pathways of music you never before imagined.

It is a simple and easily memorized pattern that can be recreated to any non-upper extension 7th chord or below.

Take the step into the next level of Key Pivoting Made easy.. for the know to the exotic.

Who is the target audience?
  • Who should take this course is the advancing guitarist that has a deep passion for going beyond normal levels of modal knowledge. The ideal student for this course may have exhausted all means of theory progress using typical music books and other internet options. Graduates with a music degree, producers of the industry, as well as upcoming composers who seek to take their sound to new and exciting directions this course would be perfect for.
  • Who should not take this course is those comfortable with their current music theory knowledge level. This course is meant for advanced music theory students of guitar and music composition of all sorts. If just starting into the universe of music theory this course may be many levels away, i would wish the knowledge for this course readily available for use to the student taking it, yet with a good bases of music theory knowledge based on guitar it could open connective pathways not yet foreseen to the curious musician
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Curriculum For This Course
Advanced Ways of Learning Intro
1 Lecture 02:11

This Course is for the Advancing Guitarist. It will show how to develop and Intervallic Pattern Based off of 7th chord enabling to Pivot to Any Appropriate Key for Song writing, Improvising, and Solo Creation. Is easily memorizable ans simple to create.

Preview 02:11
Master Key and Euro Keys
1 Lecture 03:43

An introduction to defining Master Key, Alternative Euro-Keys, and Exotic Keys

Preview 03:43
Pivoting Major 7th and Minor 7th Chords
1 Lecture 06:57

Pivoting from the Major 7th and the Minor 7th chord perspective to Alt Euro-Keys options

A Memorization Tool: Key Chords

Preview 06:57
The Grand Intervallic Map
1 Lecture 03:28

Discovering The Grand Intervallic Maps to All Appropriate Key Possibilities with in Alt Euro and Exotic Keys

Section 4
Pathway Overview
1 Lecture 03:49

Solo Creation and Format Possibilities and How to go to the edge of too far

Section 5
Dimensional Thinking
1 Lecture 04:39

The All Powerful Big Four 7th Chord A.I.R Chart over the entire fretboard, and the Mental Imagery Levels of pivoting keys in a Mastery's Mind

Section 6
1 Lecture 04:32
Section 7
About the Instructor
Shaun Smith
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My name is Shaun Michael Smith and I grew up in Detroit Michigan. I have pushed the boundaries of music theory and guitar playing for the past 30 years and have taught an advanced way of learning to my students for the past 10 years.

I have always admired guitarist like Al Di Meola, Scott Henderson, and Alan Hinds, among many others.

I started teaching about 10 years ago enveloping students from the basics of chord creation using intervals instead of the common open chord method.

I have attended multiple colleges to study music and have countless credits in music theory.

My students reach my technical level of playing in around 6 months. (once a week lessons)

I am very passionate about music and seek to push the boundaries of known music theory as well music as a whole that we hear today bringing it to the next levels of tomorrow.

I currently live in North Hollywood, California