stefan plepp

@saxofanimail-de

active 1 week, 2 days ago
Hallo everyone My name is S tefan. Actually I#m in the CCGC course and in the oragn bootcamp course. I have a question to all of you: Are you able to transcribe what Vaughn does in his lessons? Are you – like me – spending a lot of time with transcribing Vaughns great lessons? I’m a visual guy. I need to see the lesson transcribed note for […] View
  • stefan plepp posted a new activity comment 1 week, 4 days ago

    Thank you Vaughn. And yes, its still “work in progress”…still some work to do .Thanks for the tipps and the attentive listening!

      • Good Job Stefan! Great job picking all of that up. A few things: 1. On the part the goes to the E major chord, clean up the bass pedals a bit. 2. I love the feel you have on this piece. yo have really internalized it. Proud of you!. – VB

      • Good job Stefan!
        • Good job on the groove, you're really sounding like a. drummer on the organ! I would recommend a metronome to help yo stay consistent with the LH bass and pedals when you solo. Overall good progress. – VB

        • Thank you Vaughn. And yes, its still “work in progress”…still some work to do .Thanks for the tipps and the attentive listening!
        • stefan plepp posted a new activity comment 4 months, 1 week ago

          Yes wonderful. Congratulate you to that. I play jazz saxophone for 30years. and maybe I’m on the same level on that instrument.
          But don’t get the connection to what I asked?
          Of course I want to find, what chords are in the lesson? And to find out, why Vaughn use them, what was his intention and how he create tension, increase and solve it…[Read more]

        • stefan plepp posted a new activity comment 4 months, 1 week ago

          Hi Michael
          Thanks for your reply. I appreciate it.
          I love Vaughns lessons, they are great! It feels like you want to defend it? You dont need to!

          I just asked, if there are more guys like me, that feel a need to see it note by note, so that we may share our transcribitions.

          I guess, everyone learns in a different way. I’m a visual guy.…[Read more]

          • Hey Stefan,

            Thanks for your reply. I can see how my initial response creates the impression I was trying to defend the lessons lol. That was not my intention though.

            I actually misread what you meant by transcribe. I didn’t realize you meant post it in scores on music sheets. Now, I am very much into music theory – the main reason I…

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            • For me transcription means being able to recognize, name and call out a chord name or number and especially recognize the chord by inversion along with the tensions. Like to say II Minor 7th b5 and recognize that at high speed, anticipate and use approach notes to leverage chord tones in that chord….or any triad/4note chord. I would…

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              • Yes wonderful. Congratulate you to that. I play jazz saxophone for 30years. and maybe I’m on the same level on that instrument.
                But don’t get the connection to what I asked?
                Of course I want to find, what chords are in the lesson? And to find out, why Vaughn use them, what was his intention and how he create tension, increase and solve it…[Read more]

              • Okay. I think we are saying basically the same thing, just slightly different choice of words rooted in different background form understandings of musical experience. Congrats on your 30 years of Jazz noted. You may have a tremendous advantage actually. Since with saxophone I would imagine, you have to think in scales a lot. Please…

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        • Hallo everyone
          My name is S tefan. Actually I#m in the CCGC course and in the oragn bootcamp course.

          I have a question to all of you: Are you able to transcribe what Vaughn does in his lessons?

          Are you – like me – spending a lot of time with transcribing Vaughns great lessons?
          I’m a visual guy. I need to see the lesson transcribed note for…[Read more]

          • Hi Stefan,

            Welcome to create crazy gospel chords and the GU Academy space. Next month will be my 1st year anniversary since I signed up and my learning experience has been a blast.

            I think Vaughan’s videos give an example as a guide for reference. If you see the outline of goals he sets out for the participants, one of them is the…

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          • One more thing, I have not looked much at Organ bootcamp so I am not as familiar with those videos. But for CCGC materials, both handouts and videos (along with my organized study notes and personal reflections) I find I can keep refreshing my memory by revisiting the materials. It helps me relearn or rethink details I misunderstood or…

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            • Hi Michael
              Thanks for your reply. I appreciate it.
              I love Vaughns lessons, they are great! It feels like you want to defend it? You dont need to!

              I just asked, if there are more guys like me, that feel a need to see it note by note, so that we may share our transcribitions.

              I guess, everyone learns in a different way. I’m a visual guy.…

              [Read more]

              • Hey Stefan,

                Thanks for your reply. I can see how my initial response creates the impression I was trying to defend the lessons lol. That was not my intention though.

                I actually misread what you meant by transcribe. I didn’t realize you meant post it in scores on music sheets. Now, I am very much into music theory – the main reason I…

                [Read more]

                • For me transcription means being able to recognize, name and call out a chord name or number and especially recognize the chord by inversion along with the tensions. Like to say II Minor 7th b5 and recognize that at high speed, anticipate and use approach notes to leverage chord tones in that chord….or any triad/4note chord. I would…

                  [Read more]

                  • Yes wonderful. Congratulate you to that. I play jazz saxophone for 30years. and maybe I’m on the same level on that instrument.
                    But don’t get the connection to what I asked?
                    Of course I want to find, what chords are in the lesson? And to find out, why Vaughn use them, what was his intention and how he create tension, increase and solve it…[Read more]

                  • Okay. I think we are saying basically the same thing, just slightly different choice of words rooted in different background form understandings of musical experience. Congrats on your 30 years of Jazz noted. You may have a tremendous advantage actually. Since with saxophone I would imagine, you have to think in scales a lot. Please…

                    [Read more]

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