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Just a neat acoustic thing (sort of) that I thought others might have lots to offer on...vox? keys? guitars? Anything kinda goes here I think :)
Tagged as / Sounds like:
Acoustic Ballad, Ballad Jam Track

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Danalyze45
The actual version of this is more of a fingerstyle acoustic thing, but my daughter kept coming up and yelling "Hellllloooo" into the mic. Had to plug it in using the Acoustic pickup on the Ultra III lololol+2
Danalyze45
I love these chords....hard thing is naming them properly sometimes lolol+2
October 02 2014 22:14:09
Danalyze45
OliVBee you don't really NEED to name them all ... you have to leave some freedom for the buddies musicians and put their ears to work ;) +3
October 02 2014 22:15:38
Danalyze45
OliVBee needless to say that playing the exact same chords a second time would be plain useless ? +0
October 02 2014 22:15:56
Danalyze45
Danalyze45 this is true...a lot of them aren't what they are until another note comes to play :) +1
October 02 2014 22:25:34
Danalyze45
JonJon I use this sometimes, to name chords http://jguitar.com/chordname Its still subjective though lol. Plus a bass player or keys can come along and change it all +2
October 02 2014 22:42:17
Danalyze45
Danalyze45 that's a good one and I use this one a lot too http://musictheorysite.com/namethatchord/ +1
October 02 2014 22:54:34
Danalyze45
JonJon it gets way more complicated if you overdub DIFFERENT chords over the top of suspended chords, such as http://www.wikiloops.com/backingtrack-jam-24531.php the naming gets ridiculous.

It might look like this:
writing song-->18 minutes

recording and mixing-->2 hours

naming chords--> 3 hours
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bhunt1
these are nice chords :)+1
adu
i can hear the solo :)+1
Lutz
The nice thing about these chords like add9 and sus4 is that they are open, less defining the harmony and thus leaving much freedom to the improvisor.
For example Dadd9 is just another A-minor with a D and a F# below. That's why an A Blues scale can do most of it - if you add just some other notes as spices (and that's the magic part).
+1
October 02 2014 22:56:34
Lutz
Danalyze45 You hit it on the head Lutz and is why I absolutely love these types of chords when writing pieces like this :) This is the kind of "theory" I wish I had understood better when I was younger :) +1
SlonMusic
nice one!=)+1
nuno1959
Super nice guitar track Dan but i had trouble listening to what seems like a VERY tasty drum track as well ?+1
October 03 2014 04:51:10
nuno1959
Danalyze45 I can upload if you like...just the drums that is. Let me know Nuno :) +1
October 03 2014 06:12:43
nuno1959
nuno1959 Yes, would love that man, thanks !!
Cause i can tell they're pretty awesome & w/ that guitar work… ;)
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OliVBee
cool chords and changes :)+0
jmrukkers
Very nice+0
Keiton
Very beautiful song, I like it :)+0
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