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    The Amount of Connections is how many prime...

    The Amount of Connections is how many prime numbers are needed. For example 3x5 is just two connections. More connections adds Complexity and maybe a bit of Ambiguous. Regardless this Tendency...
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    Ok so we have audio examples of our Positive...

    Ok so we have audio examples of our Positive Tonal Numbers, but I realize I haven't posted a resolution chart yet.



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    I'm going to post this first, next I'll give details.
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    @Motherlode That makes sense. The Top note...

    @Motherlode

    That makes sense. The Top note holds a unique position, it's the highest note. So if a chord doesn't have the same Lydian Tonic as the CDR, then I need to at least voice it with a...
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    I didn't realise before that you could "loop"...

    I didn't realise before that you could "loop" when listening to this last example. You have to right click on the mouse here: http://freejazzinstitute.com/uploads/20170813161948_Ken_Valentino.mp3
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    Notice that this really ended up as two different...

    Notice that this really ended up as two different questions. There's a clue in this.


    1)What is I dom7, IV dom7 and V dom7?


    2)Blues scale is a "minor" pentatonic with a b5


    That alone...
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    @Motherlode Alright, here's the latest...

    @Motherlode

    Alright, here's the latest version. I hope you don't mind, I took a couple of liberties with it.

    http://freejazzinstitute.com/uploads/20170813161948_Ken_Valentino.mp3
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    @Motherlode Awesome! Yeah the blue notes...

    @Motherlode

    Awesome!

    Yeah the blue notes even resolve back when I compare each one to the next. And that Blue 4 is a hard one to get, but you set it up great!
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    @Motherlode I added an actual bended version:...

    @Motherlode

    I added an actual bended version:
    http://freejazzinstitute.com/uploads/20170811160642_Ken_Valentino.mp3


    I just overdubbed my guitar and panned it more to the right. I put bends...
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    Yep those can be added as well. Like I said I...

    Yep those can be added as well. Like I said I was just trying to tackle one concept at a time.

    That puts us at:

    1 2 blue b3 negative b3 3 negative 4 blue b5 5 6 blue b7 negative b7 7...
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    @Motherlode Nice Stuff! I'm hearing a Blue 3...

    @Motherlode
    Nice Stuff!

    I'm hearing a Blue 3 and Blue 6 and then maybe a Blue 4 after that quick sweep. So that definitely proves that the melody can have it's own flavor!
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    @Motherlode Ah yes that clarifies things a...

    @Motherlode

    Ah yes that clarifies things a bit. At a certain point I can't keep coming up with new "headers". I'm kinda at the mindset now of whatever the person wants to use, but then clarify...
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    Negative is really about having the worst...

    hello ken.
    Do you have any idea about why it sounds that way !?
    blue b7 when play softly fusions with the 7th harmonic of the 1 and that way is perceived lower and adds complexity ?
    whereas neg...
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    @Motherlode Well I think it's an amazing...

    @Motherlode


    Well I think it's an amazing thing even for 50 years.

    @ Anatole

    Your comment "attacking the negative b7 louder" reminded me of something.

    There's feelings associated with...
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    Yes some can be Mixolydian, but usually the blue...

    Yes some can be Mixolydian, but usually the blue b3 is needed to create a stronger Tonality. This means you at least have an 8 note system. To me that's the main core Blues framework.

    Some are...
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    @Motherlode There's a lot of info in just...

    @Motherlode

    There's a lot of info in just those three sentences!

    All of those b7s sound different to me. Especially if I get some resolution on the 2nd note in bold.

    1..3..5..#5..b7..1
    ...
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    Ok here's examples of a Neg b7 and a Positive...

    Ok here's examples of a Neg b7 and a Positive Blue b7.
    Direct Link - http://freejazzinstitute.com/uploads/20170730144450_Ken_Valentino.mp3

    I keep alternating back and forth between the two. At...
  17. I'd look at walking bass lines for guitar. I...

    I'd look at walking bass lines for guitar.

    I learned this type of playing from private instruction years ago so I haven't read a book on it. I did a quick search and found this though:
    ...
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    That sounds like a good idea. I can hear a...

    That sounds like a good idea.

    I can hear a negative b7 that's simpler, doesn't bend, that's not bluesy to me. Maybe also try 1-- neg 4 --- neg b7 --->1. Does it sound similar?

    If you can get...
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    @Motherlode Please do, that would be great!

    @Motherlode

    Please do, that would be great!
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    You can go to more remote blue notes which will...

    when I say "remote" for a ratio, I'm thinking about the order of TG where a min3 from the 5 is quite distant from the lydian tonic thus "remote" ? so "remote" in that sense is complex ? but when I...
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    Positive Blue Notes 2 6 3 7 +4 +5

    Alright this is a long one, but we have examples of six more blue notes.

    Direct Audio Link - http://freejazzinstitute.com/uploads/20170719135315_Ken_Valentino.mp3

    You may want to warm up with...
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    Yes it is less tricky to go through 5 or 3, but...

    A positive harmonizing 7 is really 3x5. Otherwise it would be more tense than x13! If someone can't perceive 7, then I get them to connect through 3s and 5s first.[/QUOTE]
    OK.
    so are the building...
  23. Pretty old thread! I agree with what you're...

    Pretty old thread!

    I agree with what you're saying. Same thing with other ratios. 3rds and Blue notes aren't the same as 5ths or octaves.
  24. Here's the labeling that fits the recording. ...

    Here's the labeling that fits the recording.

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    Hope that clears things up
  25. Ok here's an audio example of all the parts: ...

    Ok here's an audio example of all the parts:

    http://freejazzinstitute.com/uploads/20170725210528_Ken_Valentino.mp3


    I never felt like I needed an "A" note anywhere. In answer to your ...
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