Modal harmony Workshop

    In this series we take a look at how modal chord progressions are constructed, and learn a quick and effective system that will enable you to make up your own chord progressions, or even compose songs, using modal harmony. 

    Approaching harmony from a modal perspective is a great way to get fresh and unusual sounds, but it’s also a very effective, modern way to understand what’s going on in more conventional music as well. 

    But we don’t want to overcomplicate things with too much theory. Here at EMP we always try to be practical. So in this series we immediately use everything we learn at every step, to make real music.

Includes breakdown, and step by step analysis, of the process I used to create each of the Modal Backing Tracks in the EMP Backing Track Library

 

Lesson Excerpts:

How to construct Modal Chord Progressions
How to construct Modal Chord Progressions
Ionian and Dorian Chord Progressions
Ionian and Dorian Chord Progressions
Tonal Persistence for Modal Chord Progressions
Tonal Persistence for Modal Chord Progressions
Ionian, Dorian, and Phrygian Chord Progressions
Ionian, Dorian, and Phrygian Chord Progressions
F Lydian Chord Progression & Improvisation
F Lydian Chord Progression & Improvisation
Chord Substitutions
Chord Substitutions


NOTE: If you are an EMP Practice Partner, you already unlimited access

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