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Tritone Substitution With Secondary Dominants.

Tritone Substitution With Secondary Dominants. You can learn what tritone substitution is here: Tritone Substitution We covered secondary dominants in the past here: Secondary Dominants V7/II Cmaj7 | A7 | Dm | G7 Substituting the A7 with its tritone subst, gives you following progression: Cmaj7 | Eb7 | Dm | G7 V7/III Cmaj7 | B7
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Fun With Secondary Dominants

The Theory of Secondary Dominants The 5th chord in a scale, always wants to resolve to the first chord in a scale. For example: ||: C | Am | Dm | G7 :|| C || 7th chords (as in: “G7) are also called “dominant chords”. V7 in the scale is called “the dominant chord) because
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Things Every Songwriter Should Know

The process of writing songs gets more fun the better you get at it. The more you know about harmony, melody and song form, the better your songs will get. That knowledge also makes the song writing process much more effective, and hence less tedious. The feeling you get after you wrote a new song
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