#1
how do you harmonize chromatic notes?


For example,


el---3---2---1--- <-----------melody


would the harmoney (in thirds) be like:


el---7---5---3---


thanks
#2
Yes.

Basically just go up three degrees from the note and you've reached a third, five degrees and you've reach a fifth, etc.

Since the 3rd Fret on the Low E is a G, a B would be a third higher. So, you got that all right.
#5
Quote by Luke666
how do you harmonize chromatic notes? For example,

el---3---2---1--- <-----------melody

would the harmoney (in thirds) be like:

el---7---5---3---

thanks
Do you want to harmonize chromatically? If so, and if you wanted to harmonize in major 3rds the way you started with 3/7, you'd play 7-6-5. What's the underlying chord structure? Why not harmonize in minor 6ths? Minor 3rds? Major 6ths? Your question is a little too broad, as you can harmonize chromatics, just as you can harmonize any other tonal sequence, in a vast number of ways. If you'll apply a tighter focus to your question you'll probably get more useful answers.
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