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Welcome to FindSounds.com, a free site where you can search the Web for sound effects. Click here to see the types of sounds you can find. On August 1, 2012, FindSounds.com celebrated its 12-year anniversary as the leading Web search engine for sound effects. Using a smartphone or other handheld device? Check out our new app, FindSounds for Android, or go to FindSounds Mobile, the new mobile version of FindSounds.com. FindSounds Palette is a software program that lets you search more than one million sounds on the Web and helps you organize and search your own sound collection.

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Over 5gb of Free Samples, Sounds and Loops Sharing is Caring Below you will find over 5000 free samples, sounds, loops and one shots. Subscribe to my blog for more music and graphic freebies in the future. Common Chord Progressions—The Complete Idiot’s Quick Guide Writing chord progressions can be one of the trickier things about writing a music composition. It would seem that creating a harmonious chord progression is just a matter of applying a few hard-and-fast rules. It isn’t quite as simple as that—there are a lot of choices available, and the rules aren’t always hard and fast. In this guide, we’ll look at the more common chord progressions found in both popular songs and other types of compositions and the rules for using them. Note: All examples are given in the key of C.

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Learn these most common chord progression types and never get stuck again… When it comes to playing songs, there are tons of progressions to learn. But I want to focus on what I think are the 3 most commonly used types. And even among this group, I think the “Pareto principle” or “80-20 rule” would apply — meaning just the 1st type will probably be responsible for majority of chord progressions out there in songs (or as they put it, 20% of something will generally be responsible for 80% of a result).

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