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Changing Keys

Coco Gaston (963) · [archive]
Style: Theory/Reference · Level: Intermediate · Tempo: 120
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In this lesson , you will learn to change between keys. Before you learn this, you must know something first tho. (this may be very confusing, feel free to PM with questions/comments) Id reccomend to take the time to go through this lesson, especially for lead/soloers. Lets take the key of C for example. The key of C and the key of Am are exactly the same. Same with G and Em. Take it as the husband and wife(as my teacher says) they always have to go with the right key(minor and major) , but how do i know what the Minor of umm lets say D is? The Minor of D is the 6th of D. The 6th? 1.D, 2.E , 3.F, 4.G , 5.A, (6.B) we make the B into a minor(Bm) and bwala, thats the wife of D. What i mean with this is that only the starting note changes and the arpegio changes but the sharps/flats stay the same. Lets give one more example. The key of G has a F# right? Now see the key of Em, sae F# right? , The key of C: All natural, The key of Am, same right? Its better if you dont memorize but learn to find the 6ths of the major scales. Go on to the next page.