In deed very dark Vasilije - also it is really cool to hear that the midi sounding snare drum worked well in this arrangement! You created an interesting atmosphere.
Very interesting composition and lesson Vasilije!
Indeed - this "kalashnikov" snare makes really awesome mood with these enigmatic chords
Great and useful lesson!
Very atmospheric lesson,and a unique addition to GMC in my oppinion
Interesting voicings Vasilije
Great for learning to play (exotic) chords
Interesting harmony Vasilije !
Very intricate chords! love them!
This was sooo dark! I love it!
Very dark composition, but sounds very good!
Very nicely done man, sounds very cool and dark!
Nice lesson, btw nice backing very darky.
I like the way you work with the odd drumbeat
Great sounding voicings Vasilije!! Interesting stuff!!
Thanks guys, glad you liked it!
Cool voicing Vasilije , avesome retro Dmashine
Really dark but great Well done
I love the sound of those chords, awesome lesson
Today we will explore the different positions and ways of playing min6, 9 and 7-5 chords, and their application in fusion and creating and intense atmosphere. The particular “dark” atmosphere created here is not something that has to do with chords it self or harmony in general, but with chord shapes and modulations created along the way. Pay attention to the way chords are strummed, same rhythmical shape is repeated throughout the whole chord sequence.
Chord sequence is:
C min 6/9
D min 6/9
A min 11