A Simple Trick For Unique Chords

Hey composers,

Here’s a new series we will be doing: Quick Tips!

To start off this series, here’s a quick tip video on how to achieve more interesting and unique harmony and chords.

Using inspiration from other genres are a great way to add interest and uniqueness to your music. This is just something I’ve picked up along the way listening to a lot of neo-soul jazz&hip hop, and I think you’ll have a lot of fun trying it out.

Let us know in the comments below what other quick tips videos you’d like to see more of!

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