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  1. So you need a program that plays, and changes...

    So you need a program that plays, and changes tempo and key, of midi files?

    (edit: I get what you are asking, but this will show what scales are used in each channel playing, and display them on...
  2. Nah... I think its just the kind of site this...

    Nah... I think its just the kind of site this is... You can just never sell your software at a music store where they teach guitar, or at a forum like this. I understand tho .. software vs a live...
  3. Bluepowder, Many people search for ‘chord...

    Bluepowder,

    Many people search for ‘chord progression software’ on the net. I know cause many have visited my site. To an extent, I’ve already done what you are talking about - tools that help...
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    Yes that is a scale name, and everyone should...

    Yes that is a scale name, and everyone should have a reference to look up chords and scales to avoid confusion.

    I was just offering another way of looking at it - instead of a chord name with and...
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    F C Eb Ab B Eb Ab F blues without the 11th...

    F C Eb Ab B Eb Ab

    F blues without the 11th (Bb)

    or maybe a B prometheus neopolitan without the b7 (A)
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    I Enjoyed listening to all three! If there were...

    I Enjoyed listening to all three! If there were any mistakes, I didn’t notice them. Besides, small mistakes add to the appeal of live acoustic recordings, IMO.

    Of course I know what you mean...
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    JonR, you have really got some fans here! ...

    JonR, you have really got some fans here!

    How about letting us hear your music?
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    Well, you could use those modes to come up with...

    Well, you could use those modes to come up with extensions for those chords - if you want to stay in key. You’ve heard about using every third note of a scale to construct a chord? Another way is to...
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    Using software to show and lookup parts of...

    Using software to show and lookup parts of popular midi files playing can also be interesting and informative for soloing verses chords.

    Why do I feel like I'm asking for trouble with that...
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    Hi, and welcome to iBreatheMusic. I like that...

    Hi, and welcome to iBreatheMusic.

    I like that progression, but haven't heard the song, or the melody. So I can only describe the progression in terms of major and altered scales those chords...
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    The Bdim7 does not have any 5 note extension with...

    The Bdim7 does not have any 5 note extension with the root B, or any other note of the chord, each of which may be used as the root. All 5 note extensions of Bdim7 are the 7b9 type with each root...
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    When each chord sounds like it belongs to a...

    When each chord sounds like it belongs to a different key, why not think of the progression in terms of an altered scale?

    Am, G# can be the vi, V of a C# (Db) harmonic minor, which can be finished...
  13. Thread: Help?

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    Good info all round. To give you a short...

    Good info all round.

    To give you a short version of what's going on with the chord progression:

    The verse is mainly G mixolodian(5th mode of C Major), but it jumps to G Major before going...
  14. Thread: Exotic Sound

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    Actually, it has broadened my choices, so I guess...

    Actually, it has broadened my choices, so I guess I'm somewhere in between intermediate and advanced.:)

    Since you asked btw, you can find it listed first if you do a search for 'chord progression...
  15. Thread: Exotic Sound

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    The way I see it is that I'm always using more...

    The way I see it is that I'm always using more than scale. Also, if it had not been for this scale, I prob would never have imagined using the Ddim chord in that progression. My view of using scales...
  16. Thread: Exotic Sound

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    I guess there are 2 or 3 different Pelog scales....

    I guess there are 2 or 3 different Pelog scales. There is a 7 note starting with D at:

    Toward the bottom of the scroll bar at:
    ...
  17. Thread: Exotic Sound

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    Many 'exotic' scales are actually more commonly...

    Many 'exotic' scales are actually more commonly named scales with a different tonic - so there's hope for simplifying the huge amount of them, using the right methods or tools.

    For example"
    'C...
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    A B C D E F G# - A Harmonic Minor A C...

    A B C D E F G# - A Harmonic Minor



    A C F --F M

    B E G# --E M

    A D E --A sus4
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    Just to be straight, yer talking about a mod from...

    Just to be straight, yer talking about a mod from I major to Vb major? Thats 5 altered notes, so we are just talking about a partial mod right, which means we in a key somewhere in between.
    When you...
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    Good info, but was all that in respose to my...

    Good info, but was all that in respose to my short post?

    Cool!!!

    I just have no idea what you mean by ‘IOW, I disagree with All Your Bass’.
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    So how do these superimpositional chords relate...

    So how do these superimpositional chords relate to each other - maybe there is only one note different between them, and they both belong to a certain key or scale, or will change key?

    I use a...
  22. Thread: ii V I vi...?

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    In general, one way to get to know a progression,...

    In general, one way to get to know a progression, is to play it again modulated to the 4th or 5th, and go from there...

    of course, another way is substitution as illistrated above.
  23. There is the A harmonic minor that has one note...

    There is the A harmonic minor that has one note different than the C Major set of notes, so there are quite a few chords that both scales share. So to transition to the A harmonic minor, a good start...
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    Since you say a product like this of of little...

    Since you say a product like this of of little use, have you used it enough to know what you are talking about?

    Its almost like saying a catalog program is of little use in a library to find...
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    http://www.ibreathemusic.com/forums/showthread.php...

    http://www.ibreathemusic.com/forums/showthread.php?p=119688#post119688
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