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Himansu C Kerkar
post Sep 2 2012, 09:49 PM
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got it
pls give me some more theory work
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QUOTE (Himansu C Kerkar @ Sep 2 2012, 08:49 PM) *
got it
pls give me some more theory work


Hehe! Sure thing amigo! Alright, now I would like to ask you to add 7ths to the scales you have harmonized (E major and Bb major)

The formula transforms like this:

From Maj min min maj maj min diminished major to M7 m7 m7 M7 7 m7 m7b5 M7

Here are the chord formulas:

M7 - 1 3 5 7
m7 - 1 b3 5 b7
7 - 1 3 5 b7
m7b5 - 1 b3 b5 b7

If everything is clear...GO! biggrin.gif

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Master Cosmin,
M Back after a long delay...... apologies.....

Tried the above exercise

E Major would be



EM7 F#M7 G#m7 AM7 B7 C#m7 D#m7b5 EM7


EM7 : E G# B D#
F#M7 : F# A C E
G#m7: G# Bb D# F
AM7: A C# E G#
B7: B D# F# Ab
C#m7: C# EB G# Bb
D#m7b5: D# F Ab C#
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Hello Himansu!

Welcome back man - good work! The only observation I have, is regarding the F# which is F#m7 not M7 smile.gif

Now, please tell me what have you been up to guitar and music wise in the last month and a half or so?

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guitar practice has been continuously goin on all dis while
will record some song soon..... now dat i have a new lappy
please guide me on Modern Metal drop Tuned Chord work
Plus m excited cos m gonna take REC takes soon........... but only after ur consent on any particular lesson

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QUOTE (Himansu C Kerkar @ Nov 4 2012, 04:35 PM) *
guitar practice has been continuously goin on all dis while
will record some song soon..... now dat i have a new lappy
please guide me on Modern Metal drop Tuned Chord work
Plus m excited cos m gonna take REC takes soon........... but only after ur consent on any particular lesson


Glad to hear that you're not stalling smile.gif Well, since you are ready to record, what say you if we should start working on a simple drop tuned lesson such as Metal Metrics 4? It features standard drop tuning chord forms made up from the root, fifth and octave.

https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/ls/Metal-Metrics-4/

If you agree, please let me know and look over the lesson for your first REC take - or tell me if you find it difficult and you'd prefer starting with another one!

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beautiful lesson Master

M learning it.....
But please gimme lil time

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Thanks you mate! Please take your time smile.gif


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