#1
Okay, the progression is:

Bm G schapCm and _____

It is a chorus and i really want it to have a sticky melody becuse it doesnt have a riff (so there is no riff to be sticky), i think that after that chord it should start again, just to not make it a pretty complicated and long melody, so tell me your thoughts.
#2
Quote by actaderock
Okay, the progression is:

Bm G schapCm and _____

It is a chorus and i really want it to have a sticky melody becuse it doesnt have a riff (so there is no riff to be sticky), i think that after that chord it should start again, just to not make it a pretty complicated and long melody, so tell me your thoughts.



a chord of YOUR choosing, that sounds best to YOU.

You're the artist. If you're not ready to write your own music thats okay, but we can't do it for you.
#3
Quote by GuitarMunky
a chord of YOUR choosing, that sounds best to YOU.

You're the artist. If you're not ready to write your own music thats okay, but we can't do it for you.

+1
#4
Quote by GuitarMunky
a chord of YOUR choosing, that sounds best to YOU.

You're the artist. If you're not ready to write your own music thats okay, but we can't do it for you.
^Although I completely agree with this I'll suggest a couple ideas.
Bm G# Cm ?

Maybe F# or A#?
Si
#5
Bm G schap Cm and _____
F#maj and use that Cm in it's first inversion.


a chord of YOUR choosing, that sounds best to YOU.
Progressions must be written with both logic and creativity. I gave a logical answer, now T/S needs to listen to it to see if it fits his song artistically. Keeping in mind chord progressions must be written appropriatly for whatever melody the progression is harmonising.
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[U]        | |                     [/U]
[U]        |/     .-.              [/U]
[U]       /|_     `-’       |      [/U]
[U]      //| \      |       |      [/U]
[U]     | \|_ |     |     .-|      [/U]
      *-|-*    (_)     `-’
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Last edited by demonofthenight at Feb 4, 2009,
#6
^ and ^^:
I found that both F# and A# sounded good when either of them come after the G# but then when you move to the Bm it sounds wrong (the A#(Bb) seems to send it straight into the key of C minor and then wants to have a Cm chord next).

Personally, I don't think the chord progression sounds great before that anyway. TS, what sort of sound are you looking to get?