Songwriting 101: Progress Using Basic Progressions

Exploring two and three chord harmonies and music theory, Justin presents to you a lessons on the basics of songwriting.

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Published: 2012-01-03 14:22:32
Songwriting 101: Progress Using Basic Progressions

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    Rhymes are generally categorized as ‘perfect ‘or ‘near. ‘A perfect rhyme is not the best rhyme; the name just refers to the way it is. For instance, the two words ‘mind ‘and ‘find ‘are considered perfect rhymes. The consonants following the rhymed vowel (in this case I) are the same. The two words ‘find ‘and ‘line ‘are considered ‘near rhymes because the consonants after the rhymed vowel are different.

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