Discussion in 'Theory Zone - Guitar Theory Made Useful' started by BoogieMan, Aug 5, 2019.
Seems to work!
He makes a good case for it
I get this guys emails all the time........ He usually has kind of a pompous way about him but he knows his stuff.....
Ab would be the most emotional note if it was indeed unexpected. Good video but apparently he's never heard the Beatles or the iv or bVI wouldn't be unexpected
Good video, again. IMHO the B is still the most emotional note because generates the most tension in the key of C and cries out to be resolved. Literally cries out Plus it's still in key. YMMV of course, and, I know HMV (his mileage varies) because he is making a point to help sell his chord course. Nothing wrong with that either.
Use of the unexpected will eventually become expected.
Good stuff, makes me want to sit down and study harmonizing chords for a couple of years
I would have thought the 3rd major and minor but but he makes a good case for the aug 5.
I think it's the MeFlat
Or as I get older, it’s MeFat!
I think it's Eb... that makes it a C blues
How about the quarter step between Eb and E... with a little sugar?
Since we are in C, should it be called Ab or G#? Either way, in notation it's not going to be in the key sig, it will be an accidental. I'm inclin ed to call it G# a sharp 5. But if you wanted to notate Dm7b5 you would probably go with D F Ab C.
The most emotional note is the one your wife leaves when she walks out.