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Take this slowly, as not all of you are ready to learn this stuff. Please don't rush ahead! As boring as some stuff may be, rushing ahead will be your downfall. Understand everything and how it works before you move on.
Unfortunately, I cannot insert the "natural" symbol. I will show you what it looks like in this picture:
Since I can't insert it in the lesson, I will put (n) instead.
Diminished on each tone.
7b5/#5 on each tone.
As I already said, take your time with each of these. Music takes YEARS! Don't rush ahead. :)
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honestly i didnt really get any of this, i get intimidated by the Dom7b5/#5 b9/#9 and all the diff chords you could use. it would be better if it was simplifed without the 7th.
This is beyond your skill right now man, don't look at this, just focus on the major, harmonic minor and melodic minor scales. Once you've analysed those, this should be easier to understand.
This is was a great refresher man...
huhuhu! :sob: i don't know how to read this.. i want to learn in scaling.
Backtrack my friend :) If this is difficult you should go back and study the scales that I've listed. This lesson is basically explaining the chords which can be used in each scale and what works well for each mode within that scale.
lol random, can you give me a good key to play metal with? i wanna make some of m own stuff
Well, I don't see anything wrong with these keys, it's totally down to what tone you're trying to show and what you like to hear though, so i can't be too detailed. But basically you can create any song from any key you want.
Am, Bmaj and Em are very commen metal keys.
if you really want to be metal try to take a key that isn't metal of itself and try making it metal.
Metal is mostly made up of minor, harmonic minor, etc like Dm, Gm, the actual letter can be whatever (A-G)
Wrong... maybe the metal you listen to, 2jpe2, is baised off of minor chords and scales... but they're not ALL based on that... any single chord can be used in Metal - the fact that you're limiting yourself to only a few chords is very dissapointing.
Still, a load of metal songs are minor. But interesting thought Jazz. Can you suggest any metal songs not in a minor key? (except for some Van Halen style major progressions?) im really interested in that.
Trivium's new album, "Shogun" is pretty much all in Bb major (or B major I forgot, to be honest). I am sure there are more, but that is the only one I can think of off the top of my head. I know COB writes a lot of their songs in Major keys.
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