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Stephen Plante Rhythm guitar lessons youtube playlist

Guitar Strumming 101 – Global Guitar Network



songwriting Intervals scales&modes

In music theory, an interval is the difference between two pitches. An interval may be described as horizontal, linear, or melodic if it refers to successively sounding tones, such as two adjacent pitches in a melody, and vertical or harmonic if it pertains to simultaneously sounding tones, such as in a chord Interval (music) – Wikipedia

Music Intervals – How to Recognize and Use them?

using Intervals for Emotion – Part 1

Using Intervals for Emotion – Part 2

Using Intervals for Emotion – Part 3

Spice Up Your Guitar Licks With the Use of Movable Intervals Ultimate-Guitar.Com

fretboard interval shapes part 1

fretboard interval shapes part 2

fretboard interval shapes part 3

a way of finding any harmonic interval all over the fretboard


GKN Full Fretboard chord & scale Finder Tool

the 6 most common guitar scales -fretboadr diagrams

guitarmasterclass scale generator

modes-“scales within a scale”.

getting to know each of the modes on guitar individually

Learning The Modes – Masterclass Session #6 – YouTube

compare modes by playing modes beginning from same note d-dorian d-Phrygian

play modes against chord backing track or drone root note

Guitar Modes Series with Backing Tracks – Learn Modes on Guitar

Modes And Pentatonic Scales -finding scales that fit a position – YouTube

Connecting Pentatonic Patterns | Pghboemike’s Blog

songwriting soloing-real time songwriting

songwriting chords\progressions

What chords would go good with a melody” David Cuny – PG Music Forums

Which Scale Should I Use Over This Chord Progression? – YouTube

write the notes of the chords used in your song key the notes into Musical Chords and Scales

Chord Identifier – Reverse Chord Finder – Search chord by notes

advanced guitar chord lookup

A Progression Map for Major Keys scroll to Chord Progression Maps for key specific Maps


Free Chord Progression Lessons

Guitar Chord Progressions Learning Tool

7 Chord Progressions That Work All the Time | The Essential Secrets of Songwriting

Common Chord Progressions: Major

Common Chord Progressions: Minor

Olav Torvund Guitar Chord Progressions – index

Angelfire chord progression info

Find songs with the same chords


Common four chord progressions include:

I-IV-V (C, F, G)

I-V-IV (C, G, F)

I-ii-V (C, Dm, G)

I-vi-V (C, Am, G)

I IV V I – (C F G C)

I V IV I – (C G F C)

I V vi IV (C G Am F)

vi IV I V (Am F A C G)

vi-V-IV-V (Am G F G)

Typical turnarounds are:

  • vi – ii – V – (I)
  • V/ii – ii – V – (I)
  • bIIIo7 – ii – V – (I)
  • vi – bVI7#11 – V – (I)

Progression generators

Guitar Chord Progressions Learning Tool


GKN Chord Progression Generator

songwriting lyrics

50+ Great Lyric Writing Resources

7 Sets of Lyrics Resources for Songwriters



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realband recording advice

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realband recording advice

clean installs

SONAR 2015 Clean Install Instructions
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getting music ideas from your head to band in a box

add a button bar for keyboard shortcuts