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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