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 No.455

i know musics are basically just changing chords (i believe), so how do i make sure the chords from one to another, sort of follow the song im try to play? like the chord of the song "jinglebell" at "jing""gle" and "bell", would be ay least three notes/chords but what are they exactly and why exactly? sorry maybe i am abit improvisational than following the sheets….

since this is /a/ any jpop is also welcome to be of lesson… like maybe guilty crown's departure or hxh ohayou

 No.460

Look up music theory

 No.462

You know you can learn things by practice rather than trying to master everything within the safety of theory alone, right? It's okay to make something that is shit. It's the only way to get better.

 No.463

>>462 been awhile and i dont feel like i am imporving. i remember some guys used to grow his online social media in 3 years and get some outrageous awards which i couldnt get despite using the same platform for 5 years and even went around trying to boost my crowd through digital shortcuts while he probably plays game day and night

pretty sure that's quite a statement for me that i might not improve as much without some… external resources. a good one. so im not gonna try anymore because my one day effort value just dont stack up to another person's 5 hour a day tryouts i guess.

 No.464

>>462 also i ve been playing music for awhile now and theyre all shit and i ve practically learn nothing. everysingle day but nothing lol

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>>463
>i remember some guys used to grow his online social media in 3 years and get some outrageous awards which i couldnt get despite using the same platform for 5 years

 No.480

Learn music theory. Basically, a scale is a set of notes that we perceive as sounding good together. The Major scale is happy, Minor is sad. C Major is CDEFGAB. A chord is multiple notes played at once, chords made of notes from the same scale sound good together. A chord has a root note which is basically the note it's built out of, you get a C Major chord with the first scale degree of the C Major scale, C, the third scale degree, E, and the fifth scale degree, G. Different chords "resolve" or transition in a satisfying way to other chords. In C Major scale, An F Major Chord sounds good resolving into a G Major Chord, which sounds good resolving into a C Major chord, which can go toany chord in the scale. So a very common chord progression is CMajor, F Major, G Major, C Major.



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