So I ran those chords thru my setup and while I have a ton of session players to choose from (Apple Loops), I would spend hours to find not the right combination but many right combinations.teacue wrote: ↑Tue Nov 09, 2021 10:54 amSometimes they change the scale (tonality).
This piece is an example of a constantly change of tonality (or scale)
The theme consist of 16 bars with 8 chords, each chord going over 2 bars.
Each chord has its own tonality:
F#6 - F# major scale
Fmaj7 - F major scale
E9 sus4 - E mixolydisch
C#9 sus4 - C# mixolydisch
Cmin 9 - C dorian
A (add9) - A major
C9 (#11 no3) - C lydian
Bb9 (#11) - Bb whole tone scale
As I wrote this theme, a long time ago, I just followed what I heard in my head and I was not trying to constantly change the tonality.
I used an outside session player (non-Apple Loop) and modified it from the original software generated after I MIDI recorded it.
So the idea of using Green Apple Loops as session players actually came from watching Steely Dan ~ Aja ~ Classic Albums Documentary