Udemy – Secondary Dominant Color Chords & Walking Basses to a Song [100% off]

Posted on 10/11/2014 by | 0 comments

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In this course, you are going to learn how to 25 Music Tips regarding Secondary Dominant Chords & 8 Piano Tips to play walking basses:

  • Learn to turn all boring basic arrangement to a beautiful arrangement with colorful sounds.
  • How to creatively add excitement and drama to your playing.
  • Find out how to harmonize a song using chords that ourside the home key
  • Understand how to put in extra dominant chords itno your arrangement
  • Understand advanced music regarding secondary dominant chords that are outside the home key
  • Find an easier way to notate secondary dominant chords easily
  • Understand complex music harmony in a FOCUSED way
  • As a bonus, you also get to know some piano tips to add in drama and movement by learning walking basses
  • Have fun rocking and swing your basses
  • Learn how to dynamically put in walking basses in contrary motion
  • Get the Thumb trck to play like a drummer!

Here’s the Secret: In a Key, we know there is only one dominant Chord. Did you know that you can put in more Dominant Chords into your arrangement? It is these extra dominant chords that create beautiful music that you hear in popular songs, standards and movie songs. They are called “Secondary Dominant Chords”. These chords create excitement in your song arrangement. They add interesting color, build tension, give surprises and drama to your piano playing. They provide a lot of motion in music that if you know how to put them in, your piano playing will not sound like a PRO! No more boring music and piano playing.

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Topics of the Course:

Music Tip 1: G7 – One Primary Dominant Chord in C Key
Music Tip 2: There are 5 Secondary Dominant Chords in C Key
Music Tip 3: Secondary Dominant: V7/V7
Music Tip 4: Secondary Dominant: V7/ii7
Music Tip 5: Secondary Dominant: V7/vi7
Music Tip 6: Secondary Dominant: V7/iii7
Music Tip 7: Secondary Dominant: V7/IV
Music Tip 8: Learn to write Secondary Dominants with One Roman Numeral
Music Tip 9: V7/V7 = II7
Music Tip 10: V7/ii7 = VI7
Music Tip 11: V7/vi7 = III7
Music Tip 12: V7/iii7 = VII7
Music Tip 13: V7/IV = I7
Music Tip 14: C7 to F
Music Tip 15: D7 to G7
Music Tip 16: A7 to D7
Music Tip 17: E7 to A7
Music Tip 18: B7 to E7
Music Tip 19: Secondary Dominant Chord Progression: II7 V7 I
Music Tip 20: Secondary Dominant Chord Progression: VI7 II7 V7 I
Music Tip 21: Secondary Dominant Chord Progression: I7 IV
Music Tip 22: Song application to Away In A Manger: D7 G7 C
Music Tip 23: Song application to Away In A Manger: A7 D7 G7 C
Music Tip 24: Song application to Away In A Manger: C7 F
Music Tip 25: Combining all 5 Levels of Reharmonization to Away In A Manger

Piano Techniques on Walking Bass
Piano Tip 1: Apply Piano Techniques to Basic Chords Movement
Piano Tip 2: Find the places that you can apply the Walking Basses
Piano Tip 3: Walking Bass – Going Up – C to F, C to G7
Piano Tip 4: Walking Bass – Going Down – G7 to C
Piano Tip 5: Contrary Motion in Walking Basses
Piano Tip 6: Rock the Octaves to Create More Walking Bass Drama
Piano Tip 7: Swing the Octaves to Create More Walking Bass Drama
Piano Tip 8: Finger Trick – Thumb acts as a Octave drum

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