Learn Chord Theory


There are courses aimed at teaching you everything you need to know to play chords by ear. From major, minor, diminished, and augmented to major sevenths, dominants, and half-diminished sevenths (and more). You will understand the "why" and "how"behind these chords.
Not only that, but you will learn how to apply them inreal situations and why the "circle of fifths" is so important to learning every song you've ever wanted to play.

Step-by-step, you'll learn how to form various types of chords: major, minor, diminished, augmented and the easy theory behind them. Do you know the classes of chords and the difference between triads,sevenths, ninths, elevenths, and thirteenths?

Do you know that notes create scales, scales create chords, and chords create progressions? Once you master this simple process, learning songs comes easy, even to a beginner!


How to form various types of seventh chords and why they
are so important in playing by ear. Why seventh chords are the foundation of many more extended chords like ninths, elevenths, thirteenths, and altered voicings.
9th, 11th and 13th chords all have a 7th in them. That is what makes them 9th, 11th or 13th. There are several different ways to form these chords, and everyone has their own tricks depending on how they like to voice the chords.

Here are some shortcuts to form these chords.

To play a ninth, play the root in your left hand. In your right, play a minor triad a fifth away from the root.

So here is C9

LH / RH

C -C / G Bb D

Here is F9

F - F / C Eb G

To form an 11th, just play the root with your left hand. With your right hand, play a major triad one whole step down from the root.

So to play a C 11, do this:

LH / RH

C - C / Bb D F

Here is an F11

F - F / Eb G Bb

Here is a G 11

G -G / F A C

To form a 13th, do the same thing except play the root and a sixth above the root in your left.

C13 = C-A / Bb D F
F 13 = F-D / Eb G Bb


The power of the "magic 3rd & 7th" and how manipulating
them can help you to instantly play dozens of chords in all twelve keys... very easily!

The concept of "tertian chords" versus "non-tertian" chords and how to form both types. Musicians that understand both kinds play a lot more interestingly and unpredictably than those that stick to regular chords.

While it's great to be able to "see" things in action,
sometimes, it's equally effective (if not
better) to only "hear" things and be able to relate to what you hear without seeing it.

If you're looking for a course that really spoon-feeds you the information and leaves absolutely nothing out, then Chords 101 and Chords 102 audio courses are definitely for you. Each course is approximately 2 hours long. Remember it's an Audio Course, not a dvd to watch. Take it with you in your car, i pod, stereo, or to the gym! Go ahead and rush over to


http://www.hearadnplay.com/441295/hpchords.html

and read the entire report.




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