I like figuring interesting ways to apply 12 tone lines to improvisation. This is a pretty simple one to think about that you may have never noticed.
The tricky part of improvising true twelve tone lines is remembering which notes you have left to play before starting the row over again.
For those unfamiliar, a twelve tone line means playing all 12 of the notes before you are allowed to repeat another note. Now I don't always adhere to this sentiment in actual soloing, but in practice it is something to keep track of.
Here, in this video is one of the more simple devices to keep track of where you are in the row.
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