Each lesson contains a detailed explanation as well as exercises, transposable notation and tempo-adjustable audio examples. Many of the concepts are also demoed by saxophonist Tony Bray at the end of the lessons.
- Fully realizing the bebop scale through strategic placement of half steps to ultimately include all twelve notes of the chromatic scale while maintaining appropriate chord colors.
- Developing longer phrases.
- Turnarounds and chord substitutions.
- A breakdown of the ʻConfirmationʼ sequence.
- Various approaches to playing over ʻI Got Rhythmʼ changes.
- II V I
- I Got Rhythm 1
- I Got Rhythm 2
- Confirmation Sequence
- Turnaround 1
- Turnaround 2
- Turnaround 3
As with all of the apps in the iImprov series, Bebop has the following general features:
- Individual JAM-A-longs for each key for variety.
- Mixer control for the JAM-A-long instruments.
- Tempo control for each JAM-A-long.
- Music notation available in either treble or bass clef.
Below is a video demonstrating iImprov – Bebop on the iPad:
Another video showing interjections of half-steps into bebop lines: