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200 chord progressions in C

200 chord progressions in C
We've spent two full months of this blog exploring the basics of chord writing in rock music so you can create your own chord progressions (or chord phrases, as I like to call them). Personally, I love this stuff! There are so many hidden symmetries to discover, so many subtle relationships between notes that you can play with. But... I know not everyone wants to master the intricacies of chords. All right, then. Wherever you need a phrase of music, just drop in one of these chord phrases. By the way, these chord phrases are not random; they're in a sort of functional order. Related:  guitar

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Chord sequencer-backing tracks creator-auto accompaniment- chord progressions generator-backing tracks maker 100 BPM IIm7 V7 Imaj7 VIm7 Here is a simple backing track with one of the most common chord progressions.(see picture) Try using C major scale but targeting the chord tones as harmony changes. Also try using only chord notes (arpeggios) over chords. Why is this track so simple? Because if you want to progress in your skills you must practice with easy and understandable music. Play with this track for at least few weeks few times a day. Key to success in improvisation is a lot of repetitions and playing along easy and interesting jam tracks. Trying to play with real jazz tracks will only make you confused and you will not improve at all (because you'll not understand anything and you'll be lost in hard to understand music). Once you can improvise over this jam track you'll find it much easier to play along with other,more demanding tracks or real tunes.

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