• Ask Dr. Pokey: “What Are The Exact Number Of Tones In A Chord?”

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    If you’ve always wanted to know the exact number of tones in a chord, then this lesson is written with you in mind.

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    Beginners: Here Are Some Basic Information On Common Chords

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    Our focus on this lesson is on common chords: from its definition, to examples, and a step-by-step breakdown.

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    “Wait A Minute! Why Is Nobody Talking About The b7-Chord?!”

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    Learn more about the b7-chord and its relationship with the 7-chord in this lesson.

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    On The 3-Chord: The Most Complicated Minor Chord In The Major Key

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    The most complicated minor chord in the major key is the 3-chord and I’m telling you why this is so in this lesson.

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    Implied Harmony: Here’s How Perfect And Diminished Fifth Intervals Can Be Used As Chord Voicings

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    This lesson on implied harmony will show you how intervals can be used to play a variety of seventh chord types.

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    A Lesson On The Dominant Harmony Of The Whole Tone Scale

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    Explore the two dominant seventh chords in the harmony of the whole tone scale in this lesson.

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    Fresh Perspectives To The 2-5-1 Chord Progression Using Advanced Chord Voicings

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    I guarantee you that the 2-5-1 chord progressions we covered in this lesson (5 of them) will explode your chordal vocabulary.

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