When do you use which chord for harmonization?
Typically, the note of the scale that you are on will be the chord that you play.
5 dominant seventh
There are several types of seventh chords, but the most common type of chord is the Dominant 7th(or V7)chord. A Dominant 7th chord is the strongest way to approach the Tonic (I) chord. The Dominant 7th chord with a root of F is diatonic (naturally occurring) to the Bb major scale to reach the Bb major (I) chord. It is also used in the Bb minor scale to reach the Bb minor (i) chord. The…
How do you fold down the back seat in a 1997 Chevy cavalier if the back seat chord is missing I can't figure out how to pop it open with a screw driver where the pull chord use to be?
Typically, the 6 string guitar is tuned on the notes EADGBE. If you strum across those strings without touching the fretboard you would have a Em7sus chord. Building the chord, we have root (E) 3rd (G) 5th (B) 7th (D) and the added 4 (A) which is a suspension note. To make other chords, you learn the theory of how to make a chord and then use your fingers to press down and change the…
It depends on what key you are in. If the key is C major, you can substitute it with a D minor chord. If the key you are in is B flat major or B flat minor, then you can substitute it with an A diminished chord (it might need to be inverted). There don't seem to be any other cases where you can substitute an F major chord with another chord.
The fastest way to modulate from A flat major to D major is to use an augmented sixth chord. Since an augmented sixth chord has a predominant function, it must resolve to the dominant chord in the new key and be built in the new key. There are 3 types of augmented sixth chords. An Italian augmented sixth chord is built with lowered sixth scale degree, unaltered first scale degree, raised fourth scale degree. A…
You cannot transpose from a major key to a minor key. You can change the key of a piece, but transposition must be either major or minor. Actually you can transpose from major to minor but it won't always sound right. First write down the chord functions for each chord in the major key (eg. I ii iii IV V VI viio). Then write down the interval of each melody note (eg. C over a…