"Chuck’s Groove"
"Chuck’s Groove"
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EVEN IF YOU THINK YOU DON’T UNDERSTAND MUSIC. READ THE FOLLOWING VIDEO DESCRIPTION ANYWAY.

The Dorian Mode Concept and Improvisation
This is some old footage that I found on my computer. It’s just some improvised lines using the Dorian Mode. If you don’t know what those terms mean just think a collection of seven notes that are arranged in a scale.

This particular collection or scale (mode) has a unique quality of sound. It’s my favorite as it is minor (sadder sounding in a sense). I have a preference for minor scales, chords, and keys. The unique thing about Dorian is that it contains a raised 6th tone, which alludes to a more "major" quality. Therefore, you get the best of both worlds.

When I play Dorian, I lay on that 6th tone a lot as it brings out the quality of the Dorian mode. Dorian is used mainly in Jazz, Smooth Jazz, Funk, Rock, Latin, and Ambient musical structures. It’s truly and amazing sound and one that resonates with my internal musical being. It can be at once, both restrained and uninhibited.

For those of you who feel you are untrained and unable to understand these discussions never fear. I’m always here to explain how this works. Just because you don’t play or sing does not mean you are not musical! Never think that! You are. It’s just that no one has ever given you credit for it!

Thank you for your support of myself and all serious hard-working artists who spend hours and hours working on their craft. I can be a thankless and lonely job at times and your comments and friendship mean a lot.

Mark

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Views: 712
Added: 5 years ago
Duration: 03:14
0 Likes, 0 Dislikes
Videos: 14
Subscribers: 26
Description
EVEN IF YOU THINK YOU DON’T UNDERSTAND MUSIC. READ THE FOLLOWING VIDEO DESCRIPTION ANYWAY.

The Dorian Mode Concept and Improvisation
This is some old footage that I found on my computer. It’s just some improvised lines using the Dorian Mode. If you don’t know what those terms mean just think a collection of seven notes that are arranged in a scale.

This particular collection or scale (mode) has a unique quality of sound. It’s my favorite as it is minor (sadder sounding in a sense). I have a preference for minor scales, chords, and keys. The unique thing about Dorian is that it contains a raised 6th tone, which alludes to a more "major" quality. Therefore, you get the best of both worlds.

When I play Dorian, I lay on that 6th tone a lot as it brings out the quality of the Dorian mode. Dorian is used mainly in Jazz, Smooth Jazz, Funk, Rock, Latin, and Ambient musical structures. It’s truly and amazing sound and one that resonates with my internal musical being. It can be at once, both restrained and uninhibited.

For those of you who feel you are untrained and unable to understand these discussions never fear. I’m always here to explain how this works. Just because you don’t play or sing does not mean you are not musical! Never think that! You are. It’s just that no one has ever given you credit for it!

Thank you for your support of myself and all serious hard-working artists who spend hours and hours working on their craft. I can be a thankless and lonely job at times and your comments and friendship mean a lot.

Mark