Caevan O’Shite Posted October 1, 2003 Share Posted October 1, 2003 Originally posted by Paul Edwards: "I agree with it being in a major key however you can substitute as follows for the chords that are not I IV or V: ii with the IV iii or vi with the I vii- with the V"HMMMNN... I'll have to look into that, or, if you have the time and patience, you could 'splain it to me a little more fully- you know, with some practical application examples, etc. I tend to come up with music on the guitar by following what I hear in my mind's ear as the next step, or the step to connect two parts; often, I hear a high and a low tone, in my mind, and have to fill in the blanks for the middle voices, if there are any. (I guess this an example of "voice leading", compositionally.) I use "theorey" to figure out what I've slapped together after the fact. Not always the most efficient way, I'd wager, but so far it's served me well enough. Anyways, as for the "I-IV-V" remark, I just might have to eat my words; but I'm always happy to have been wrong, for the right reasons! Ask yourself- What Would Ren and Stimpy Do? ~ Caevan James-Michael Miller-O'Shite ~ _ ___ _ Leprechaun, Esquire _ ___ _ Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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