#1
its just a simple Amin to Dmin clean progression
should i use harmonic minor
or just switch from amin to dmin?
#2
nothing more fun then to experiment! go wild!!
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#3
Well, the most obvious one would be A minor. You don't have to change scales with the chords, and it won't usually be worth the effort if you do.

A harmonic minor would work too, just be careful about using that raised 7th over the Dmin as it'll clash with the 5th in that chord.

This should also go in the main Musician Talk forum, not Advanced Techniques
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#4
A harmonic minor: A B C D E F G# A
A natural minor: A B C D E F G A

Aminor chord: A C E

Dminor chord: D F A


Harmonic minor and natural minor would both work as long as the chords aren't seventh chords. Then you'd have to be careful when using A harmonic minor and A melodic minor over an Amin7 chord.
#6
A minor over both.
Or D minor over both.

The difference is the natural B in Am and the Bb in Dm. Either will work. Where does your progression resolve?
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#7
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A minor over both.
Or D minor over both.

The difference is the natural B in Am and the Bb in Dm. Either will work. Where does your progression resolve?


i think im going to start with those chords
then go into something heavy
so mayb i should go wit harm minor
#9
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cant you also use d minor?
The A chord in Dm is typically major and/or dominant. This is a standard i iv progression in Am. Use the A natural minor scale.
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#10
Dude, just play a melody that you think sounds good over the chords
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