#1
i recently wrote my first song (it's not very good, but then again no body writes amazing first songs.), and i'd like to be able to have a guitar duet in the solo. I think I heard for harmonizing parts you take the melody and play like the fifth of each note or something, but i wasn't sure. help?
#2
Ya just play it in fifths or thirds or 7ths anything will work but its what sounds best to you its just 5ths are kinda normal and easy
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Ya just play it in fifths or thirds or 7ths anything will work but its what sounds best to you its just 5ths are kinda normal and easy


not anything will work... the theory of voicings, harmony, and counterpoint is some of the complex but useful theory out there.
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#6
^ OK im still new to theory i thought it would be ok but i forgot about voicing. allright thx
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#7
harmonize over the third and the sixth
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