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Building Chord Progressions
Now that we have the basic cycles together lets take a look at combining the three into something usefull. I'm going to bring some math into the picture but don't be frightened! We can begin by randomly choosing cycles as follows; (I will use the following to designate cycle movement, C3, C5, and C7.) Here goes... C3+C5+C5+C7+C3+C7... you get the picture.We can also use binomial, trinomial, and polynomial combinations as well, i.e. Using the following binomial, 3+2, I can create the following chord progression. 3C3+2C7+3C5+2C3...root movement is,(C, A- ,F ,D-,E- ,F ,B-7b5, E-, A-, F, D-) Checkout the groove...Experiment and let me know what happens!!