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How do I make chord progressions Part 4

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Style: Basics · Level: Beginner · Tempo: 120
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With this new found knowledge, you can make introductions to songs, bridges, vamps and grooves. One of the chord progressions that we talked about earlier was a simple ii-V-I chord progression. Now, we can name many songs that have this as the primary chord progression, but what will make it unique is the introduction... By taking the the legal chords in F, the IV of in the key of C, we can take our listeners on a little journey until we get into the heart of our song.
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