• Shhhhhh! We All Transpose (Here Is Proof)

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    There is no musician on earth who does not transpose. Find out in this lesson.

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    The Chromatic Transposition Of The Minor 2-5-1 Chord Progression

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    In this lesson, we’re exploring the chromatic transposition of the minor 2-5-1 chord progression.

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    A Smarter Way To Transpose The Minor Pentatonic Blues Scale

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    If you’re looking for another way to transpose the minor pentatonic blues scale, check out this lesson.

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    Here Are The Two Schools Of Transposition

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    This lesson exposes you to the concept of transposition, its use and abuse, and most importantly, the two schools of transposition.

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    Electronic Transposition: The Consequence of Indecision

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    In a previous article, we considered two approaches to transposition – electronic transposition (mostly bad) vs mental transposition (always good). Here’s the reason why you’re not playing in all 12 keys.

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    The “Mental” vs “Electronic” Approach to Transposition

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    In this article, learn what transposition is, the difference between mental and electronic transposition, which one is bad, and useful methods to transpose any chord, progression, or song into a new key.

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    12 Reasons To Learn All 12 Keys

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    Since I’ve been promoting my “Instant Transposer” software lately, I thought I’d share this list of 12 reasons to learn all 12 keys. Check it out! Reason #1 – Versatility: Nothing feels better than knowing you can play a song or accompany a singer in any key you want. If the singer cannot reach certain notes and […]

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