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    good stuff
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    Trust me, I know what I'm talkin bout! check my history:
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    Quote Originally Posted by E.Money805
    can we define scales, chords, sharps and flats and such. i think that'll help. err.. maybe i'll google it and get back at it...
    Yea Google will give much more detailed and accurate answers to those questions than me. Search them in Wikipedia to see their definitions.
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    Im alil late to da party but i gotta say dis is some good ****.......

    i got one question though intended for anybody with knowledge of music theory......


    I often read how different chords project different emotions and i've searched around before but i really have trouble finding sites that link certain chords with certain emotions .... Any body gotta link to a page dat might go over that sort of topic?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DaBomb
    Im alil late to da party but i gotta say dis is some good ****.......

    i got one question though intended for anybody with knowledge of music theory......


    I often read how different chords project different emotions and i've searched around before but i really have trouble finding sites that link certain chords with certain emotions .... Any body gotta link to a page dat might go over that sort of topic?
    Just experiment with the chords i listed in the original post, you'll soon get familiar with the different feelings each one has. A good start is to know that anything major is gonna have a bright, happy feeling. And anything minor is gonna have a dark, sad feeling.
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    hey this explains it alot easier then my teacher does at college Props!

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    question

    Can someone please tell me how to assign keys from an axiom 25 keyboard to either ableton live or fruity loops. And the 8 button beatpad as well if possible...

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    good shiz

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    Def. helps me out, will print this up later at home....

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    *bookmarked!*

    Cheers for this J! Your explanation of chords and finding scales is prob the simplest and most straight forward i've seen!

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    Glad i could help.
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