When you have to accompany a soloist or a congregation, you’re expected to play an introduction (intro). This introduction helps the singer establish the key, tempo, and feel for the song before it is time to sing. It is also customary to have a nice way to end the song. In this master class, I’ll cover the different ways you can craft an intro or outro based on the style you’re playing.

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Joseph S.
Posted 1 week ago
I have made considerable progress in just 6 months ...

The thing is not to get intimidated by the fact it's an online course and remain consistent with your practice and you will see results. You can immerse yourself in learning the language of theory and ear training and once you add that to technique you can't help but become a better player. (this is my review for the whole course not just the intro's and outro's video lol).

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Tammy R.
Posted 1 month ago
Intros and Outros Made Clear

I thoroughly enjoyed this topics. Information I can put into practice right away. I also like the idea of learning one of these once a month. Great stuff!

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