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#41
A guess"


e|------4-------------|
B|--6---6---5---5---4-|
G|--4---4---6---3---3-|
D|--6---6---4---5---5-|
A|--5---4---4---4---4-|
E|--------------------|

Abdim7, Dd7, Gb7, Bbdim7, Eb7


Maybe my Eb7 voicing was a little iffy.
Last edited by WindJammer at May 10, 2005,
#43
Sorry, I have school and stuff. Adim7 is the original chord. Yes I know mine breaks the rules, that's why I gave it to you, and told you that it broke the rules.

WJ, you're pretty close, but you neglected to follow the voicing rules. You can only alter ONE note of the original chord (Adim7) by ONE semitone.

I thought I made this clear enough

Yes you must alter the Adim7.

-SD
#44
Oh! I thought that you meant that we may alter only one note by a semitone the subsequent chord of the chord that you're playing! Whoops.... I'll try again. Also, I didn't know that you meant by voicing (if not by voicing, then the rule would serve no purpose whoops)
Last edited by WindJammer at May 11, 2005,
#45
^ Yeah, it would be impossible to follow the idea of secondary dominants if you could only alter the preceding chord by a semitone.

Sorry that the rules were so hard to follow? hopefully I'll see an answer from WJ (or anyone else) soon! Cas will probably know what I'm thinking, he explained the whole idea to me a while back.

-SD
#47


   Ab7  Db7 Gb7 B7 Adim7
e|--8---4-------7---8--|
B|--7---6---5---7---7--|
G|--8---4---6---8---8--|
D|--6---6---4---7---7--|
A|------4---4----------|
E|---------------------|


How about this?
#48
Originally posted by SilentDeftone
Cas will probably know what I'm thinking, he explained the whole idea to me a while back.


yah lol, hence why I'm not answering. it'd be a little cheap if I answered it since I related the concept to you


Originally posted by slash_pwns


Ab7 Db7 Gb7 B7 Adim7
e|--8---4-------7---8--|
B|--7---6---5---7---7--|
G|--8---4---6---8---8--|
D|--6---6---4---7---7--|
A|------4---4----------|
E|---------------------|


How about this?


I know it's def's thing and he said any chord you want, but I'd rethink that last chord if I were you lol.... doesn't really resolve. I believe he was saying "any kind of E based chord or valid substitute".... since B resolves most strongly to E (i.e. up a fourth)

otherwise, you got what he was looking for

Cas-
#49
^ Yep, well done. The last chord doesn't really resolve, as Cas said, but I said it could be any chord.

For a minute I thought it would take a long time?

Slash's go.

-SD
#50
Heh, I didnt think I'd get this one. I think i was going to have Ebm7 as the last chord, but I wasnt sure.


-4-
-0-
-3-
-0-
-2-
---


Shazam! Its a chord...
Last edited by slash_pwns at May 12, 2005,
#51
Bm(maj7)#6
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Last edited by fendermalmsteen at May 12, 2005,
#52
Not what I'm looking for... But your'e like a second away from it. And its not an add chord... It has 1 good name.

EDIT: I didnt create with a "6"
Last edited by slash_pwns at May 12, 2005,
#53
G#dim(9)?

Edit: No response yet, but I've gotta run. Someone else pick it up if I'm right.
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#54
^Root note is B, or Cb.

EDIT: G#dim(9) works... I think fendermalmsteen should go if Corwinoid isnt going to. He was pretty close.

I was looking for Bm/maj13!
Last edited by slash_pwns at May 12, 2005,
#55
What the hell, I'll do something different.

 
e|--------------|-------------|---0-----------|-----0-------|
B|o-------3-0---|-------3-0---|-3---3-1---1---|-3-3---1----o|
G|------0-------|-----0-------|---------2-----|---------2---|
D|----2---------|---2---------|---------------|-------------|
A|o-------------|-------------|---------------|------------o|
E|--------------|-------------|---------------|-------------|



The time is 4/4, show me the ideal chord progression for this riff. Two chords per measure.

If this is a dumb idea, let me know and I'll do something else.
Carpe diem; Seize the day.

Just be.

Scales are notes, not shapes, boxes, or patterns.
#57
^^^Think extentions. And a quick look into jazz improvision would help. (improvision over chord changes)

Also, disragard the "two chords per measure rule, it's too limiting of what chord to use... if you are thinking the same as me.

Not to late for me to change the question though...
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Last edited by fendermalmsteen at May 12, 2005,
#59
^^^Let's do one chord per measure, then you'll get more possible tones.
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#61
^^^Well, I was looking for Em9 -Em9 -D9 -D9 But I noticed I have no 9ths in the first two or major 3rds in the last two measures, so Em7 and D7sus2 would technically be "better" choices.

Eh, stupid idea... go ahead slash_pwns.
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#63
I ahve no prob with the original format :/
Syncopate to taste:
|: B11 Em7 | B11 Em7 | D9 Am | Em7 Am :|
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#64
Originally posted by slash_pwns
^Lol.


-3-
-5-
-3-
-4-
-4-
---


Iz a chord... Think Db.. not C# mmk.
Gb7(b9), best name I can think of.
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#66
Dbdim if it was just Db, E, and G

But with the Gb and Bb, it would have to be Dbdim7(add11)... I think.
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#67
Gb7b9 is the best name.

If you wanted Db to be the root, Dbº7(11).

Also, C#º7(11) is equally a good name as Dbº7(11). When a chord is standing alone both names are equally right.

Also, D7sus2 would be better named as Am(11) IMO. Stronger harmonic function when the chord is standing alone. D7sus2 was fine in that situation though - the outline was clearly a Dsus2 chord.

-SD
#68
I guess it's my turn then? If it is, SilentDeftone can have it.
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#70
I probably won't be back tonight to check on it, so I'll leave a relatively simple one.
e|---2---|
B|---3---|
G|---3---|
D|---0---|
A|---1---|
E|-------|


-SD
#73
Someone else take it. (my turn that is.)
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#74

e----
B-5--
G-5--
D-6--
A-7--
E----


Name this chord (with E being a nondiatonic tone and part of the triad).
Last edited by WindJammer at May 12, 2005,
#75
Abmaj(b5)
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Last edited by fendermalmsteen at May 12, 2005,
#78
Nope^.

EDIT: OK, I'll let Abmajb5 go. HOWEVER, you should have just said Abaug. Sorry about that.

Caug doesn't work because E is supposed to be a nondiatonic tone with the root of this chord as the tonic. E is part of the triad, but it's also in the key of C, and diatonic.

I was hoping that I'd get a Caug and an Am(M7).
Last edited by WindJammer at May 12, 2005,
#79
Hell...
Emaj6?

But you say E isn't diatonic... C+/E? Abmaj(b5)/E?

Shit. It's so easy, but you make it so difficult!
Carpe diem; Seize the day.

Just be.

Scales are notes, not shapes, boxes, or patterns.
#80
lol^, go ahead, see my post for the explanation.

G#maj#5 (edit, not b5) yields G#aug... you see, I've always had a problem with altering the triad like that (maj#5 instead of aug), because it's not a major triad.

It's kind of like saying Bdim#5 instead of B minor. They're separate triads. Aug chords aren't at all major to the ear, which is why its better to distinguish that triad as independent of major.

However, the #5 is STILL not diatonic, despite its being a part of the triad. Again, this is why Caug wouldn't work.

The qualifications were that E is nondiatonic (which rules out
Am(M7) and Caug) but is ALSO part of the triad, which "G#maj#5" (which I'm pretending you put for teh sake of my lousy explanation) seems to break (although it has the same tones).

FM, go ahead anyways. My mistake.
Last edited by WindJammer at May 12, 2005,