Musicians speak many languages. Their native tongue, maybe a few others, music as a language itself, and of course they speak... "musician".
In this pureMix.net exclusive, award winning producer, Fab Dupont, explores the fascinating language musicians have developed over centuries in their natural habitat.
Learn complex terms like "Deep Pockets", "Playing Outside", "Playing Changes", "Block Chords", "Open Voicing" as well as important lifestyle choices like which room you should park the producer and their girlfriend/boyfriend in.
After watching this video, you'll be able to communicate with the hippest of pocket players grooving deep on the back beat out in the live room, and even the sit in players who improvise their riffs in the vamp way outside after the scat singer does the count off at the head of the first standard of your next gig… Ya dig?
Mr Rambolini •Monday, October 3, 2022
Informative and funny. Loved it!
Brian Hunker •Monday, August 29, 2022
Every video on Pure Mix is 5 stars, imo.
Jordan MARLEZ •Monday, June 13, 2022
Formidable, et un nouveau beatboxer était né :-p
Alexandre •Friday, January 14, 2022
Merci beaucoup Fab ! C'est toujours aussi génial !
Tamko •Friday, August 6, 2021
Amazing mixture of music theory and English language. Definitely should rewatch it later.
thematix •Thursday, July 8, 2021
Superb course! You’re the greatest Headmaster, and no pocket-pool here - Merci!
pipo •Wednesday, June 2, 2021
Awesome, I will need to rewatch this from time to time to remember those words I didn't know...
Now I know how to say "Andrew Scheps stole my gig" (true story)
Stormwarner •Saturday, May 29, 2021
Fab, we need a "Bœuf bourguignon - how to" video! :)
SebastianA •Friday, May 28, 2021
Funky what about anthother with mixing words like "grit" or "beef.
Pretty hard To know for a french.
Cant believe what a break trully is.
I ll need time to admit it.
Hello from Montreuil.
mataran •Saturday, May 22, 2021
Ha ha ha so funny and very instructive ! Being a French dude, I don't known if we have as much as all these expressions in Molière's language, Fab?
Pearlpassionstudio •Saturday, May 22, 2021
That was great and funny..especially Vamp....I knew half of them. Can not t even imagine someone stating a section to play in another language. I guess that is called winging it?