We’re exploring chord substitution in this lesson and you’ll learn 5 fanciful chords that can replace the tonic chord in a song.
In today’s lesson, we’re focusing on the altered extensions of dominant seventh chords.
In today’s lesson, we’re approaching the 1-4 chord progression using a variety of music styles like classical, gospel, rock, jazz, r&b, etc.
In today’s lesson, we’re learning how to spice up cyclical progressions with the application of secondary dominant chords.
If you’ve always wanted to learn how jazz musicians resolve the tritone, don’t miss this post.
In today’s lesson, we’re covering the ins and outs of pentatonic scales – from its definition to exploring known pentatonic scales.
This lesson is for any ideal lover of blues music who wants to learn the scales, chords, and chord progressions of blues music.
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