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Groups of 3 - Three against Four and More
In the last challenge we played four notes in a triplet rhythm, now we will play three notes in a 16th rhyhtm. What happens is that we don't have enough notes in the group of 3 to fill the first quarter note, so we have to use the first note from the next group of three to fill it up and that is why a shift happens. We have grops of three in a rhyhtm of four, therefore THREE against FOUR. Then we also throw in some blue notes and even an F# to make it A-Dorian. Then we shift to 7th position where we play groups of 4 down, which now don't shit because they are in their natural habitat, which is 16th. We end with groups of 2 decending backwards. If you see the indivual elemnts this should not be too hard, because 2s, 3s and 4s should now be part of your repertoire.
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