How to Practice: A Diagram Illustrating the 3 Essential Pieces to Practicing Jazz Improvisation [Free Download Inside]
Back in September we released a free presentation walking you through What You Should Practice, and in that presentation, we showed you and discussed the 3 essential pieces to practicing jazz improvisation:
- Getting new language
- Developing language
- Working on tunes
But they’re not the easiest concepts to grasp…
So, we thought it might be helpful to give you a flow diagram of how these 3 essential pieces fit together, allowing you to visualize and understand the information more easily.
The result: A beautiful diagram made specifically for you to print out and hang up in your practice room, after all, that’s where you need to remember this information the most!
Here’s a small preview of what it looks like, but download the PDFs below as they’re higher quality:
You can download the whole large diagram, good for digital viewing, or you can download the printable version, conveniently split into 3 printable size pages which you can simply tape together and put up in your practice room.
Download the Free How To Practice Jazz Improvisation Diagram:
- Download the large diagram (Great for digital viewing)
- Download the printable diagram (Put it on the wall of your practice room)
We sincerely hope you enjoy this resource and use it in your practice room.