I learned all the chords and their inversions. I'm pretty slow with inversions yet but I'm trying as hard as I can!
Now I started to improvise with my right hand a little bit (omg this is so fun!). So I write a chord progression and try to play random notes and see if they fit together.
But after a couple of days I found out that it doesn't really help, I don't learn from it that much.
So I started googling some "right hand fills" videos and found out some cool patterns like arpeggiating notes
1, 2, 3, 5 and
1, 2, 5 and then
-1 means that if
B, I don't know how to write it the other way. A half-step down).
Let's say I'm in a key of
E Minor (only F is sharp).
I made a progression:
D and I just play 4 times each chord in left hand.
Now, I try to pick notes with my right hand, limit them somehow so I don't use everything from the scale. Ofc I could just use the notes from the chord (in case of
Emin it'd be
E, G and A and higher notes, inverted etc) but this is boring and I want to add some notes that sound good too and are not in that chord.
Are there some patterns I can use here?
I mean, maybe I should use notes from the chord
G (if I'm gonna move from
G in a moment)?
I know that this question may be broad, but do you have any suggestions of what should I do?