getting the most bang for your buck when practicing by taking advantage of how the subconscious works.
https://www.jeff-brent.com/lessons/thesubconsciousandmaximizingpracticetime.html

and i'm still in the process of co-authoring (with theorist schell barkley) a truly revolutionary book on music theory entitled "modalogy: unified field theory of scales", but more on that in 2010 ...

best wishes for the new year!

sincerely,

jeff brent
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dammit dr. whack, i knew 7 would do more than me but i thought at least i might beat you. maybe mike had a worse year. anyway happy new year to all.  bonne année et bonne santé !
happy new year!

i know that i'm not too busy here, only lurking a lot, wish i had more time.

hmm, accomplishments:

- organizing the 1st international jazz solo piano festival
- producing and releasing the best of cd for it.
- artist tour in october
- founding a record label

new years resolution: i have no idea how i can do this simultaneously, but spending lots of time for promoting jazz piano (probably doing this sitting at my desk) and getting fit in fitness, need to lose lots of weight ;-)

so, have a great 2010!
i picked my nose 2x
two times!!
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