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Many of the students I teach struggle with comping at fast tempos. Generally, I recommend that the student start with simple 3-note voicings based on upper-structures and smooth voice-leading. Here are some voicings that work on Rhythm Changes. In the recorded example, I play one voicing per bar at 300 BPM. In reality, I usually limit the number of chords I play based on the arc of the soloist but for the sake of study, I recommend that each student develop the ability to comp in a repetitious manner. Please note that I approach the changes “as written” and include no substitutions. In reality, Rhythm Changes lends itself to multiple substitutions. I may explore this concept in a later study.