Chord Progression Maps

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Post 15 Sep 2021

Will check this out tomorrow.
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Post 15 Sep 2021

Thanks for posting - that site is great.

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Post 16 Sep 2021

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Post 17 Sep 2021

Nice list. Thanks Billy.
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Post 17 Sep 2021

No worries
This site is also worth a bookmark

https://m.basicmusictheory.com

Click Topics to see what's available :thumbs_up:

A good example topic is intervals

https://m.basicmusictheory.com/topic/note-interval
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Post 17 Sep 2021

challism wrote:
15 Sep 2021
I found these chord maps to be very useful:
There's also maps for the minor keys:
https://mugglinworks.com/chordmaps/minorchartmaps.htm

And a really good iPad app:
https://www.mugglinworks.com/ChordMaps2/

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Post 17 Sep 2021

Very interesting. Cool thread. Thanks for sharing these links!

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Post 18 Sep 2021

If you're looking for something a bit more advanced you will definitely find Tessitura interesting

https://mdecks.com/tessituramac.phtml
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Post 18 Sep 2021

I like this one as well, too bad I they do not have ported them to Windows:




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Post 21 Sep 2021

Thanks, challism! I lost the chord progression map my old music theory professor gave me and since then have not been able to remember it. Thanks for the post! Will definitely be using this!

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Post 23 Sep 2021

hello,

i think this thread should become a 'sticky'
it has a wealth of information in it

and adding to it are these 3 videos
which really help me understand basic music theory

video 1 = scales



video 2 = chords



video 3 = chord progression / inversions





it really is compliments to RT user lungingidi445
who recently posted in the kitchen's 'what are you listening to' thread

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Post 07 Oct 2021

What other chords / intervals are useful to know?

With standard major (root + 4 + 3) and minor (root + 3 + 4) triads covered in most players what other intervals are useful to know?

sus2 (root + 2 + 5)
sus4 (root + 5 + 2)
P4 (root + 5)
P5 (root + 7)
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Post 11 Oct 2021

Billy+ wrote:
07 Oct 2021
What other chords / intervals are useful to know?
Dude, theory really? Haven't you ever heard of quad note generator with locrian player on top? Come on man.

Thanks, these are great resources!

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Post 11 Oct 2021

teddymcw wrote:
11 Oct 2021
Billy+ wrote:
07 Oct 2021
What other chords / intervals are useful to know?
Dude, theory really? Haven't you ever heard of quad note generator with locrian player on top? Come on man.

Thanks, these are great resources!
:lol:

Well with player devices it pays to understand more about what works and why rather than just hoping that the device is doing everything you might want to use.

Even if it's simple stuff like inversions, drop voicing and open positions it will improve not just your chords but help create bigger sounds and leave space between fundamentals that will eventually help your mix down.
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Post 13 Oct 2021

Bookmarked* - Cheers all.
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Post 15 Oct 2021

Posting this as it relates to the interval question I asked and I thought it might be of use (sorry about the YouTube ads) if I find a better one hopefully I will can update

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