#1
What are some commonly used progression in a minor key?

The one that pops into my head first is: i - VI - iv - V/v
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#2
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What are some commonly used progression in a minor key?

The one that pops into my head first is: i - VI - iv - V/v - V

I don't think you quite finished the progression ;]

Depends on the genre, but i - iv - V (or v) is terribly common. i - VI - III - V is very common in Metalcore. I like i - bii, i - bII, i - bV... There's a lot I like xD I just can't think of them right now.
#3
^ What I meant by the slash was that chord could either be major or minor depending on the song. I've seen both many times, but obviously the borrowed major V is more common. Sorry for the confusion, lol.
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^ What I meant by the slash was that chord could either be major or minor depending on the song. I've seen both many times, but obviously the borrowed major V is more common. Sorry for the confusion, lol.

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That makes sense... I thought you were talking about Secondary Dominants.
#5
Circle of fourths progression is always common. i iv VII III (VI iidim V). Then there's the i VI III VII, which you'll notice is actually a permutation of the I V vi IV in the relative minor key.

More importantly, what style are you thinking of?
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You can always whip out the iii-vi-ii-V-vi in Major.



v - i - iv - III - v - i
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#10
Learn about the difference between a chord progression and retrogression, find out which chords pull towards the tonic more.