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The Diminished 7th Chord and How To Use It.

Diminished 7th Chords. You Know This Sound You’ve all heard this chord sound before. It is the chord the piano player in silent movies ALWAYS plays when something terrible, frightening or dramatic is about to happen. The piano player then typically plays the dim7 chord moving up in minor 3rd intervals to build to a
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Answers To A Student’s Questions About The Harmonic Series.

Questions People Have About The Harmonic Series. These questions came from my close friend and guitar student Pascal, after he read my blog about the harmonic series, which you can read here: The Harmonic Series & Its Implications on Composition. I wanted to post these questions here for anybody else who is interested in learning
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The Study Of Musical Intervals Part 8: The Octave

The Octave. This is a continuation of past 7 blogs on intervals. You can check those blogs here: The Study of Musical Intervals Part 1 The Study of Musical Intervals Part 2: The 2nd Interval The Study of Musical Intervals Part 3: The 3rd Interval The Study of Musical Intervals Part 4: The 4th Interval
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The Study Of Musical Intervals on Guitar Part 7: The 7th Interval

The Minor 7th. This is a continuation of past 6 blogs on intervals. You can check those blogs here: The Study of Musical Intervals Part 1 The Study of Musical Intervals Part 2: The 2nd Interval The Study of Musical Intervals Part 3: The 3rd Interval The Study of Musical Intervals Part 4: The 4th
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Fun Ways To Practice Musical Intervals.

Fun Exercises To Practice Musical Intervals I have great news for you!! You will be able to memorize ALL 12 intervals in a reasonable short amount of time, AND have tons of fun in the process. The exercises described in this blog will help you with that. Solo over C major songs linearly. Pick a
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