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Thanks to my Patreon Subscribers for sponsoring these videos. I've posted a PDF there that contains all the info taught in this video. https://www.patreon.com/posts/new-vid... Inverted chords are extremely useful. Working with inversions allows us to create better sounding

Thanks to my Patreon Subscribers for sponsoring these videos. I've posted a PDF there that contains all the info taught in this video. https://www.patreon.com/posts/new-vid... Inverted chords are extremely useful. Working with inversions allows us to create better sounding progressions, since the bass is no longer stuck to jumping in parallel with the chord. This video explains the basic music theory of chords in first and second inversion, also called 63 and 64 chords respectively. In addition, we explore slash chord notation and 4 examples in full of how inversions can help us write more interesting and likable progressions. The following videos are referenced in this lesson: Writing Progressions in Major: https://youtu.be/M8eItITv8QA Writing Progressions in Minor: https://youtu.be/j-j4g0ktPGw Borrowed Chords: https://youtu.be/7IdttvJSedg Secondary Dominant:https://youtu.be/py4HaueW50Q Analyzing George Harrison's "Something": https://youtu.be/wcG7G1Ixb6E My song, Generations: https://youtu.be/5Z5Ljhbp3A0 Want to support my channel AND get a cool studying resource? Buy my Ultimate Modal Poster! https://teespring.com/signals-ultimat... Thanks to the wonderful folks who donate to my Patreon. Without them these videos would not exist. Special recognition to the following members: Adam Granger Billyshes Bradley Bower Brandon Combs BuzzWasHere Christopher Swanson CrippleMonkey Daniel Danciu Darrin Goren Don Dachenhausen III Don Watters Erik Lange Joe Buote John Arnold jon reddish Kip Ingram Linas Orentas Lord of the Chords Live on Indiegogo Now! Marc Bulandr Marek Pawlowski Markos Zouganelis Martin Morgan M. Nick White Patrick Ryan Philip Sharp Stephen Marz




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