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Old 06-07-2019, 05:59 AM
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im not a pro player, or not really even a good player, roman numerals arent for me, harmonic analysis is just a big word that i call harmony- harmony is just the vocal or music you want the song to sound like- if you know the notes in every chord, then youll know what to play for your harmony sound stucture, most harmonies are 2 notes, triads or octave (if you consider octave a harmony) further cases, say if the note is a whole note, the harmony might be a 1/2 note and 2 quarter notes, then you include knowing scales into this, at least thats how i see it. im aware thats the old fashioned way, but im not a dot,tab and numeral player, i just saying if you know your notes and scales- harmony is second nature
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