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For questions about changing key in the middle of a piece of music. Do not tag for the effect of modulation.

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Within a minimalist sort of setting, one approach I might take would be to boil things down to just the root or root and fifth. If you have a long enough period of time where you don't have a third i …
answered Nov 12 '18 by Basstickler
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leading to your modulation. This could be F to F#m to G, where the roots of the chords are moving chromatically, or the earlier example I provided of Gm to G, where it is the inner voice moving … find chords that incorporate chromatic motion on the way to your modulation, you can ready the ears for the transition. …
answered Aug 13 '18 by Basstickler