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  1. there are a few that radio stations use (and...

    there are a few that radio stations use (and these cost a bomb to access)

    some results for two related google searches that allow you free access

    Tonalito - browse our database of song keys...
  2. Yumid 100% In music you learn by imitation, no...

    Yumid 100%
    In music you learn by imitation, no different than how you learned language-by imitation.
    Learning to deconstruct music is the best method for understanding how music works. ...
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    true and false - the downward scale/arpeggio is...

    true and false - the downward scale/arpeggio is part of the referencing as well (it will contain at least the E# and possibly more - doing some other listening at the moment, so can't listen to the...
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    1st: 3 chords 2nd: D#m - F# - C# - D#m...

    1st: 3 chords

    2nd: D#m - F# - C# - D#m (vi-I-V-i) so you were kind of right but in the wrong tonality

    3rd: C# = A#m in some contexts so you were still not far wrong

    4th: re-render as...
  5. the chords are implied by a combination of the...

    the chords are implied by a combination of the melody and the bass line: it is the two independent lines that outline the progression; bass movement is crucial to understanding which chords are...
  6. what was once called an Alberti bass line because...

    what was once called an Alberti bass line because it is a continuously, sinuously, changing arpeggio structure - very common device in Baroque writing as it was the only way to get a sustaining tone...
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    I'm talking about notes at the bottom of the bass...

    I'm talking about notes at the bottom of the bass clef and into the bass clef - standard orchestral writing has you ensuring that the distances between notes are kept to octaves, 5ths and 4ths in...
  8. key is Ab major progression is interesting but...

    key is Ab major

    progression is interesting but not spectacularly out there


    Ab ///Cm ///Ab ///Cm /// ||
    I ///iii ///I ///iii ///

    Ab ///Cm ///Ab ///Cm ///Fm ///Db ///Ab / Eb /Ab ///
    I...
  9. Most people that post these threads really want...

    Most people that post these threads really want advice on how to hide their sources better.
    In other words copy the same amount, but from more varied sources.

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    The truth is,...
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    here's the original graphic for those who...

    here's the original graphic

    for those who don't want to be whisked off to a revenue driven blog site
    ...
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    what you describe is indeed an application of...

    what you describe is indeed an application of chord-scale theory as pumpthrust notes

    as such it can bring a range of possibilities for each chord as each scale/mode can be applied to several...
  12. there are two forms of the major pentatonic...

    there are two forms of the major pentatonic commonly used

    1-2-3-5-6-8 (C-D-E-G-A-C)

    and

    1-2-4-5-b7-8 (D-E-G-A-C-D) (also known as the 2nd mode of the major pentatonic ~ 2-3-5-6-1-2)

    the...
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    A link to the video would help, but when I look...

    A link to the video would help, but when I look at improvising over certain chords, I first think of the the scale tones of each chord if its a slow song with many changes (arpeggios).
    In most...
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