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  1. Thread: time sigs

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    That is great thankyou. So just to clarify a...

    That is great thankyou.
    So just to clarify a quater note is always one beat and half note always 2 beats etc requarless of the time sig?

    Phil
  2. Thread: time sigs

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    time sigs

    I have been playing guitar for around 20 years but have never got round to learning to read music. I have recently started to teach my self piano so now am having to learn to read and have a quick...
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    Chord construction

    I know the theory behind constructing chords by stacking thirds, but what I was looking to find out is when you are adding notes to a chord beyond a 7 eg 9, 11, 13 etc. Is it normal practice to...
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    modes in a one chord vamp

    Just want to check my understanding.

    I get that if you play over a single repeating note you can go for any of the modes and that for a power chord you can go for any mode apart from Locrian (5b...
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    Thanks Jon! that that is really very interesting...

    Thanks Jon! that that is really very interesting stuff and i am trying to get my head around it.
    Not near an instrument at the minute but going to mess about with it tonight and try and get it...
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    That is great info, thanks. Never occured to...

    That is great info, thanks.

    Never occured to me to compare the internal intervals and not just the root of the chord/scale. It now makes total sense.

    Phil
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    tri-tone in a V7?

    I am reading through a music theory paper i printed out on line (i think i got the link from this site) and it is talking about the tri-tone being in a V7 chord, so for example in the key of C that...
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