Welcome to episode 20 of the LJS Podcast where today we are joined by special guest Nathaniel Schroeder to talk about how studying jazz can help you play other styles of music better, and vice versa. Nathaniel is primarily an upright and electric bassist, but also a multi-instrumentalist and has his feet in multiple genres. Listen in!
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In this episode
How jazz can make you more harmonically competent.
What Brent and Nathaniel have learned about practicing from studying jazz.
How other styles can have an impact on your jazz playing.
The importance of groove and rhythm.
Cross over jazz artists influenced by other styles of music.
Check out Nathaniel Schroeders tracks at his soundcloud page.