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Jan
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comment What is the job title of someone who comes up with lyrics and a beat, but not instrumentation?
A lyricist-beatman ;D
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Jan
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answered What key could the progression Dmaj7-Amaj7-A6-Esus4-E be in?
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Nov
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comment How many types of modulation are there?
Does anyone know why he called the dominant chords Mm7?
Nov
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Nov
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answered Is learning from an unknown guitar teacher better than just learning on my own?
Nov
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comment Is learning from an unknown guitar teacher better than just learning on my own?
@ceyed Have you played any other instruments or have any knowledge of music theory?
Oct
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comment What should be the tone effect of lowering (neck) pickup?
This should be a comment, not an answer.
Aug
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Aug
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comment Theory behind the change from a major chord to the same in minor
Good answer, but wouldn't the Fm7 be FmMaj7?
Aug
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comment Do Neapolitan chords exist in modes with a minor second?
It could also be thought of as a dominant-functioning German augmented 6th.
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May
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comment How to think in number chord notation for Major and Minor
I get stuck in this pattern of thinking also. I do think it would be better to analyze a song in a minor key from a minor perspective.
May
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comment Changing key in a song convincingly
@atoth You could try some fully-diminished 7th chords, Augmented-sixths, Neapolitan sixth/Tritone Substitution, and some cadential 6/4s. I've also found trying out new scales to work fairly well in trying to modulate. You should check out the modes of the Melodic Minor. My personal favorite is the Mixolydian b6.
Feb
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comment How to improve the process of transcribing my music into notation?
Record yourself when you get an idea. It helps me a lot to remember what I had written the day before.
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Jan
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comment How to transition between chord progressions of two songs in different keys?
It is quite easy to modulate from a tonal center of C to G because there is only a difference of one sharp. However, if you try to change from C to B that is a difference of 5 sharps, and is much harder to modulate to.