How to Make Chords from a Scale

author Karen Ramirez   10 год. назад

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Determining chord progressions in a song

Karen Cuneo Ramirez explains how to determine the probable progression of chords in a song.

Part 1: Playing by ear

Karen Cuneo Ramirez explains how to play by ear


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Fills and Riffs Part 1

Karen Cuneo Ramirez, in a followup to a previous series, amplifies further on how to create fills and riffs in a piece of music.

Understanding: How to Build Chords (Major, Minor, Dim, Aug)

Join my Facebook Group! For Early updates on Competitions and New Video's Hey guys, This is the next big step to make if you want to conquer the fretboard. If you want to know why chords work and what notes you are actually playing. This knowledge builds to actually understanding every different type of chord. But it all starts with being able to understand how to build major scales, and key signatures. so watch those video's first. Major 1 3 5 Minor 1 3b 5 Diminished 1 3b 5b Augmented 1 3 5# Pat

Karen Cuneo Ramirez shows how to make chords from a scale.

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