Udemy How to create unique/colourful Piano Chord Progressions TUTORiAL P2P | 12 June 2018 | 8.46 GB
Piano lessons about how to use Chord Substitutions, Secondary Dominants & Passing Chords to enhance Chord Progressions This course is part of my 8-Part Series Music Courses which include the following courses:
"How to play Piano - Go from a Beginner/Intermediate to a Pro" Course "Intermediate to Advanced Piano Course; Become a Top Pianist" Course "How to create unique/colourful Piano Chord Progressions" Course "How to compose Beautiful & Catchy Melodies on the Piano" Course "How to use Slash Chords to create unique sounds & Basslines" Course "Learn to Read & Write Music to play Piano & more instruments" Course "Train your ears to recognise Scale Degrees & a Song's Key" Course "How to use Altered Chords in your Chord Progressions" Course With more than 16 hours of Content, this Piano Course is a Course that will teach you how to create unique/colourful Chord Progressions on the Piano. The purpose of the first section of this course is to go over the basics, the fundamentals and the things that you should already know as an intermediate or an advanced player. The other sections of this course consists of intermediate/advanced content. This course will teach you how to create unique/colourful Chord progressions through the use of a technique that is called Chord Substitution and through the use of Passing Chords and Secondary Dominant Chords. Chord Substitution is a technique that involves using a particular Chord in the place of another Chord in a Chord Progression in order to create variety, interest and hence add colour to the original Chord Progression. This course is targeted at Piano players that are not beginners. This course is not ideal for someone that is a total beginner on the Piano. Having said that, although this course is not completely ideal for an absolute beginner, an absolute beginner can still take this course because I do go over certain basic things that intermediate and advanced piano players should know in the first section of the course.The first section of this course is designed to refresh your minds and to make sure that you haven't forgotten certain things that you should know as an intermediate or an advanced player.
This course can be seen as the part 4 of my music courses. However, it is not a prerequisite for you to have taken any of my other courses in order to take this course.
This course will teach you how to make your Chord Progressions to be interesting and not boring through the use of a particular technique that is called 'Chord Substitution'.
In this course, you will learn about the different substitute chords that you can use for the Tonic, Supertonic, Mediant, Subdominant, Dominant and the Submediant Chords. You will also learn about the chord substitutions that you can use for other chords.