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post Aug 16 2017, 06:00 AM
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Maybe you read it on off-topic, but I will need to pause a few days as I injured my wrist during a soccer game. Hopefully it will recover fast with my supernatural human genes. biggrin.gif
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Oh! I'm so sorry mate. Ok, take care, listen to music and read about theory!


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Hey Gab! So, as I was not able to play to play lately, I started yesterday, but not to full extent.

Therefore, I just went with a chord progressnion: B minor, F #, E Maj, F and added a few melodies on b-minor scale.

It is fully improvised, just to learn playing on scales. What do you think?

https://soundcloud.com/tim-heger-962320112/...-le-ai-elements

By the way: is there any tip on how to move forward from a certain chords progression? Like use the maj 3rd or maj 5th of the root note or whatever? How do you progress after you found a first idea/riff/melody?

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Hi mate! That sounds really good! I like it.

There are no rules in music, if it sounds good to you it's ok. However, there are concepts, and techniques that will help you to create effective chord progressions. You need to know about scales, tonalities, chord functions, modal interchange and modulation. Most of this things can be learnt by reading about theory, but it's also important to analyze music.

For song analysis, I strongly recommend getting into The Beatles. This man made the most amazing song analysis ever and he covered every Beatles song: http://www.icce.rug.nl/~soundscapes/DATABA...-notes_on.shtml

This thread will also help: https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/guitar_fo...showtopic=15794



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Hey Gab,

so finally back from "guitar" vacation due to my wrist issues. It is still not perfect, but Doc says it is ok to begin slowly.

Hope to give you my next takes during the week, latest next week end!
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Great news!! Welcome back!


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