Chord Progression wheel – Musical Cycles

This is an example of a song created by using the 1-5-6-4 progression from different starting points. I was particulary entertained by the coincidence that the last progression could be highlighted on the circle by using the greyed-out numbers which I had previously skipped in order to created/play the next chord progression in the sequence. The beat was programmed in FL Studio 9 inspired by Case and Foxy brown touch me tease me which was infact a sample of Schoolly D PSK what does that mean? this beat has been recently refreshed in my ind due to the beat on Tinie Tempah’s written in the stars which has a similar feel. This is my last video for 2010! Peace!

Author: blagmusic
Duration: 141
Published: 2010-12-31 14:04:43
Chord Progression wheel – Musical Cycles

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    Music theory is at its heart a guideline or jumping off point, not a set of hard and fast rules. It just so happens that to most of us in the western world, what sounds best to our ears stays pretty closely to those guidelines. Start off using the basic harmonized scale to find chords that will do what you want within a given key, and then venture from those basic chords as much or as little as you need to, to get the sound you want.

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