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Anytime you have a groove that you wanna solo over, you have a choice of what "subdivision" to play. And the term "subdivision" is just a fancy word for how many notes you want to squeeze into one bar.

Ultimately you wanna be able to switch between all of these subdivisions when you improvise, but in today's lessons we'll take them one at a time and try to experiment with the effects and sounds that they have.

In this first lesson we'll look at the slowest subdivision, which is the "whole note" meaning one note per bar, and try to improvise with this slow phrasing.
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