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6 jazz swing backing tracks | D minor seventh & Bb dominant seventh
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- On 24/12/2015
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You can download some jazz swing backing tracks via these pages. For the moment there's only six backing tracks (also called jamtracks or play-alongs) . With these backing tracks you can practice scales, licks or any jazz exercise over a Bb7 and Dm7 jazz swing accompaniment. Here is a preview of the Dm7 backing track ( 150 BPM). Theses pages are regularly updated so stay tuned.
A backing track (also know as jamtrack or play-along) is an audio recorded (or midi) musical accompaniment witch allows a musician to play along with by practicing licks, scales, exercices or improvisations.
You will find 3 dominant 7th jazz swing backing tracks in the key of Bb with different tempos : 120, 140 & 160 BPM. There is also 3 minor jazz swing backing tracks to play over a Dm7 chord (92 BPM, 150 BPM and 200 BPM).
All these backing tracks are made with piano, bass and drum sounds in MP3 format (320 kpbs).
Playing over backing tracks is a good way to train and improve your guitar playing.
Dm7 backing tracks - Download - Secure payment (Paypal - Gumroad)
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