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Chord rules progressions

66 posts since 5 May, 2014

Postby forrestlong; Thu Nov 03, 2016 6:51 pm Re: Chord rules progressions

Nice discussion. :tu: I had created Jazz rule sets a while back, and have seen others contributing rules sets as well. Would be interesting to develop this further.

17 posts since 6 Feb, 2008, from spain

Postby tsmiguel; Thu Mar 09, 2017 10:33 pm Re: Chord rules progressions

Yes adding modal progressions, modal interchange, tonnetz progressions will be aplus to RC
428 posts since 30 Nov, 2013

Postby lulukom; Thu Mar 09, 2017 11:00 pm Re: Chord rules progressions

++++++ 1 !!!!!!
18 posts since 28 Jun, 2016, from Germany

Postby PeteInNeedOfABeat; Thu Mar 23, 2017 11:57 am Re: Chord rules progressions

Just for inspiration, here's how "Progressive" by J74 handels borrowed chords and non-diatonic progressions:


From the manual:

"Colors follow a “spectrum of energy or temperature”-logic to represent the magnitude of the tension level:

- Green is used to represents the lowest tension (applicable to chords in the Diatonic region).

- Moving counterclockwise increases tension (adds flats b's), with colors gradually changing from green to
cyan, blue, purple and finally red (the highest tension level), to signify the increased tension.

- Moving clockwise also increases tension but on the opposite direction (adding #'s instead of b's). Colors
gradually change from green to yellow, orange and red again (this time reached from the other direction)."

Progressive is also able to turn every scale into a set of chords.

Until now I used the more "exotic" scales only for riffs and single-tone melodies but it's an interesting idea to get a set of chords in f phrygian and start with that.

Sunny greetings,

428 posts since 30 Nov, 2013

Postby lulukom; Thu Mar 23, 2017 12:16 pm Re: Chord rules progressions

Yes, very interesting!

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