Video Lessons « Andres Rotmistrovsky
Sep 2012 11

Clases espontáneas respondiendo algunas preguntas por Twitcam.

—Twitter @andresrot

Clase 1 (8/Sep/12) — Link: (Duración: 94 minutos)

Contenido: Cómo practicar, ejercicios de mano derecha, escalas, cómo afrontar el business de la música, Cómo estudiar distintos estilos, influencias musicales, tocar out.

Clase 2 (14/Sep/12) — Link: (Duración: 73 minutos)

Contenido: Armonía, creación de líneas de bajo, chord melody, funk.

Clase 3 (21/Sep/12) — Link: (Duración: 72 minutos)

Contenido: Ejercicios rítmicos, time feel, tensiones y sus respectivos colores, dominantes secundarios, y más…

Clase 4 (28/Sep/12) — Link: (Duración: 79 minutos)

Contenido: Ejercicios rítmicos, métricas ¨irregulares¨ (7/4, 7/8), sustitición tritonal, mi historia en la música, intervalos, chord-melody.

Mar 2012 19

To practice playing groove songs with 1, 2, 3 & 4 chords click on the links below!



Dec 2011 25

After I got my Hofner Bass a few days ago, I rushed into recording the song “Yesterday” with it.

It is the first Solo Bass Arrangement that I upload using a 4 string bass, and since that song is apparently the ‘most covered song ever’ I figured I could teach you all how to play it, so we can raise that number even more!

It is a 26-minute-long video lesson and the reason for it is because I take some time talking and analyzing every section, and the reasons why I arranged those that way.

Sometimes I get requests on bass tabs and I feel that if you learn to play your bass that way, you will be very limited musically. My advice is always to learn music by ear.

Be the musician who plays bass and not the other way around!


Enjoy the video lesson!

May 2011 31

This is a video lesson requested by a friend who asked me about how to think of improvising on a tune or song (in this case, the example is on the Jazz Standard “Black Orpheus”) that has an active chord progression.

I basically talk about being aware (with your inner ear) of the key centers: Tonic, Sub-dominant and Dominant. And playing ‘colors’ (tensions) by choosing them by ear.

Video is in Spanish but it has captions in English.

Please comment if you have any questions or thoughts!


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