• The Answer To The Question ‘What Are Triads?’

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    In this lesson, we’re covering the ins and outs of triads and giving a satisfactory answer to the question ‘what are triads?’

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    An Insight On How To Build Chords With The Major Third Interval

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    If you’re interested in learning how to build chords with the major third interval, then this lesson is for you.

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    95% Of The Time, End Of The Song = 2-5-1 Chord Progression

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    In this lesson, you’ll be how and why the 2-5-1 chord progression is mostly used to end songs.

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    Have You Discovered The Power Of Third Intervals Yet?

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    If you’re yet to discover and tap into the power of third intervals or harness their harmonic potentials, then this lesson is for you.

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    An In-Depth Breakdown Of The Classic 1-4 Walk-Up Chord Progression

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    If you’ve always wanted to learn more about the classic 1-4 walk-up chord progression (a gospel piano cliché) check this lesson out.

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    Top 3 Reasons Why I Think Triads Are Important

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    Just in case you’ve left triads behind, I’m giving you top 3 reasons why I think that triads are important in this lesson.

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    The Application Of The Octave Shrinking Technique In Chord Formation

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    Who else wants to know how the octave shrinking technique can be applied? Find out in this lesson.

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