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290 | The Andalusian Cadence
June 17, 2024
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In music, there's a special chord progression called the "Andalusian Cadence." You've heard it before -- because it's used in many classic tunes. Here we look at this pattern to see why it sounds so good. And we explore different ways to tweak it to compose some other cool progressions....

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Hey thanks to your course I’ve learned so much about music theory, will you go into more detail about technique? There’s so much to do with the guitar I’ve seen some chords where they mute certain strings to give an interesting sound and then hammer on and hammer off stuff like that, can you give a sort a guide/ illustration showing different ways/technique on the guitar?

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293 | Master Songs with the Circle of Fifths

The Circle of Fifths is your most powerful tool as a songwriter. With it, you can quickly make sense of chord progressions -- to see why a song sounds so good. Here, we look at a variety of tunes by different artists to learn how they composed their hits. It's like X-ray vision into the minds of these musicians....

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Here are the diagrams to go through the examples yourself, identifying the tonic and chords in each song. (Illustrations with the numerals filled in are at the end.)

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