Practicing patterns using scales can be an essential part of a good practice session. We’ll be learning a new type of scale pattern based on intervals.
Pete Rodriguez’s song, “I Like It Like That,” has had a long history! There’s something about this song that has kept artists revisiting the track every couple generations.
Learn how to apply scale patterns that you’ll find throughout musical playing styles
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