#1
I just tried to improvise in 3/4 timing but i struggled as i'm so used to playing in 4/4 so I was wondering what would be a good thing to do to practice in 3/4 as I have no idea where to start or what to do, i just need experience in doing it.
#4
So if i go onto power tab and create a 3/4 backing track of chords and improvise over them for a while? will that work?
#5
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#9
Try improvising over a 6/8-7/8-2/4 progression, with a key change. I hate my bassist for writing that. I really, really hate him.

3/4 is no harder than 4/4, it's about as common (maybe not now but from a historical perspective). Just try to feel it man.
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Try improvising over a 6/8-7/8-2/4 progression, with a key change. I hate my bassist for writing that. I really, really hate him.

3/4 is no harder than 4/4, it's about as common (maybe not now but from a historical perspective). Just try to feel it man.

That sounds hellish. And TS invest in a metronome, they help a lot.
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