• Revealed: The Minor Chord Idea Transposition For ALL Musicians

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    The minor chord idea transposition is a universal concept every musician must not be without. “Permit Me To Tell You Why…” Most music styles across classical and popular music have one thing in common and that is the concept of key and quality. You already know that the key of C major in Jazz is […]

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    Chord Substitution: 9 Substitutes For The 1-Chord In The Major Key

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    There are substitutes for the 1-chord in the major key and we’re covering them in this lesson.

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    Chord Voicing: The A & B Voicings Of Right Hand “Skeletons” In Octave Position

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    Discover the secret to the formation of right hand skeletons in octave position in this lesson.

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    Introduction To Chord-Based Idea Transposition In The Major Key

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    This introductory lesson on the concept of idea transposition in the major key will take your understanding of the major key to another dimension.

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    Idea Substitution 301: The Substitution Of Dominant Seventh Chord Ideas

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    Learn (step-by-step in this lesson) how the substitution of dominant seventh chord ideas work.

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    A Lesson On Chromatic Bass Notes And The Number System

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    Learn about chromatic bass notes and the number system in this lesson.

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    Top Secret: The “3-5-7-9” Principle Of Chord Substitution

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    Explode your chord progressions using the “3-5-7-9” principle of chord substitution.

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