A lot of questions come to my mind:
Have you found a 'building block' of musical sentence that gives weight and depth to its sound? I'm looking of it as a kind of system for building melodic lines within the phrase. The idea is to make it sound like a phrase and not like a stream of notes.. not sure if it's clear, but i hear that in your playing more than in a lot of other people's so i'm asking away.
I've been looking for answers to this question for a long time. I think some answers are in the use of triads or pieces of them in the phrase. Sometimes not diatonic triads, only with one or two notes of the scale/chord i'm thinking of.
Are you using other minor scales over a major sound? i've been using that a few times and was struck by how it reminded me of a kind of sound i associate with your playing, so i'm curious about the other uses of melodic minor and harmonic minor on a major context too.
Passing chords : how do you build them, from what material? at the moment i'm working on diatonic substitutions and really dig the sound of that, i imagine that i could approach the subs from the previous and next degrees, and also tonicise them using V or sub Vs.
i'm thinking about the kind of arrangement you made on these foolish things on that masterclass that leaked on this forum.
maybe give a list of the chords of a part of this arrangement with the thinking behind them?
maybe give some examples of superimpositions of a chord over another one that you often use/like/worked on?
still have a lot of other questions in mind .. hope these will have some answers already.
Thanks in advance anyway!