“Time, no changes” is a digital learning resource I made during spring 2009. I have made a website which aims at providing the learner with various information on Herbie Hancock and his music, which ultimatly leads to a guide through of Hancock¨s piece “Cantaloupe island” including a play-a-long track.
The learning material includes music clips of his music spanning from the early sixties to his latest releases. I have transcribed the oroginal trumpet solo of Freddie Hubbard and posted it on the site as a pdf document in the keys Bb and C. This particular solo, which is fairly true to the link between chords and scalematerial, should provide a good example of how music theory in terms of scales are put into musical practice.
I have added a video clip of myself playing through a selection of scales, accompanied by a play along track I prepared in Ableton LIVE. I have added annotations to the video on which chord / scale I am using at any moment.
Finaly, the play along track is there for the student to use as accompagnement for his/her own playing.
Visit “Time, no changes” by clicking here!