• The Application Of The Lydian Dominant Scale In Chord Formation

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    In this lesson, you’ll discover the application of the lydian dominant scale in chord formation.

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    Who Else Wants To Learn About The Lydian Dominant Scale?

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    This lesson would give you a basic introduction to the lydian dominant scale.

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    5 Fanciful Chords That Can Replace Chord 1 At The End Of A Song

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    We’re exploring chord substitution in this lesson and you’ll learn 5 fanciful chords that can replace the tonic chord in a song.

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    Who Else Is Interested In Learning About The Altered Extensions Of The Dominant Seventh Chord?

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    In today’s lesson, we’re focusing on the altered extensions of dominant seventh chords.

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    A Dozen Ways Of Playing A Spicier 1-4 Chord Progression That Will Turn Heads [Guaranteed]

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    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.

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    Here’s How Secondary Dominant Chords Are Applied In Cyclical Progressions

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    In today’s lesson, we’re learning how to spice up cyclical progressions with the application of secondary dominant chords.

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    Revealed: How Jazz Musicians Resolve The Tritone

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    If you’ve always wanted to learn how jazz musicians resolve the tritone, don’t miss this post.

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