I am getting a lot of mileage out of taking a “chunk” approach to scales and certain scalar patterns. Going through the three seminars and the Primer course has been a treasure trove of scalar chunks to get under my fingers. Is there something similar I haven’t yet seen for arpeggiated chords or triads? I know that isn’t really a metal shredder thing to do, but in the jazz world arpeggios and triads are almost more important that scales. Almost.
I am trying to develop my own. But a three note “chunk” seems almost too brief. After a single triplet beat in a measure I keep having to restart a new chunk. Four note arpeggios of seventh or sixth chords is better, but still not the six or eight note chunks that makes bar length scalar chunks so fast and useful. I am new to deliberately trying to organize my playing in “chunks”, and am wondering if other people more experienced have better ideas.
Options are to learn common two triad passages as chunks. Also are triad chunks with one color note. Triad up/scale down chunks, is another. But rather than start from absolute zero, I am wondering if the code team has already a segment buried somewhere in the material that has some of this already.