#1
Can you give some commonly used keys, scales or progression and some techniques to be able to create a latin sound, like those songs you would hear in a lounge or someplace relaxing.
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#3
Phrygian, Phrygian Dominant and Harmonic Minor.

EDIT: Also for some faux flamenco chord progressions there are Dm, C, A#, A. I think that's known as Por Medora or something like that and also Am, G, F, E which I believe to be called Por Ariba (I don't know if that's how they are spelt)
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#4
I dont think he wants phrygian, as he asked for lounge music.

Are you talking about like a bossa?
#5
hmm sorry for the confusion i used the wrong term "lounge" which would mean bossa but im not after bossa
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#6
As according to me the classic guitar's nylon strings produce a round, mellow sound the preferred sound for classical, Latin and many pop or folk styles. In contrast, steel-strings produce a bright, metallic sound the staple of Country and Western and Hawaiian music.