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Wrong Notes for Better Chord Progressions 

 

 

Wrong Notes for Better Chord Progressions

 

Can you hear the weakness in this chord progression?

It’s a common weakness that you hear in most songs. Did you spot it? If not, here’s the answer: all the chords are in the…

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Chord Flow Rule 

 

 

Chord Flow Rule

 

In this lesson you’ll learn a common fault that many songwriters and producers make when writing chord progressions. More importantly, though, you’ll learn our theory hack for quickly and easily fixing this fault. But first… Tea!

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5-Second Intro Rule 

 

 

5-Second Intro Rule

 

Learn how to use our 5-Second Intro Rule to instantly capture the attention of your listeners, so your songs don’t get skipped. But first... Tea!

Hello revolutionary music makers, we are Kate and Ray Harmony (AKA Revolution…

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Chillout Chords 

 

 

How to Write Chillout Chord Progressions

 

In this tutorial you'll learn how to write chord progressions for the Covid-19 era (and beyond), using our 6-step success formula. But first… Tea!

Hello revolutionary music makers, we are Kate and Ray Harmony…

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Changing Chords Rule 

 

Changing Chords Rule

 

Are your chord progressions a bit boring? Well don’t worry, cos in this tutorial you’ll learn the one thing you need to change in order to bring your chord progressions to life. And, it only takes a…

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Leprous “Pitfalls” Chords (Music Theory) 

Learn how to write a chord progression for an epic chorus, by using a music theory hack from Leprous “Alleviate” (off new album “Pitfalls”).

Hello revolutionary music makers, we are Kate Harmony and Ray Harmony (AKA Revolution Harmony), and…

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3 Steps to Add Chords to a Bass Line 

Do you have a bass line, but now you wanna learn how to write a chord progression for it? Then simply use these 3 steps!

Hello revolutionary music makers, we are Kate Harmony and Ray Harmony (AKA Revolution Harmony), and…

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How to Turn an Idea into a Section 

Do you have an idea for a song, but you don’t know where to go next? Then learn how to write a song like a pro, with this new workflow series.

Hello revolutionary music makers, we are Kate Harmony and…

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Radiohead's Thom Yorke “ANIMA” Music Theory 

Learn how to write a bass line, using a music theory hack from Thom Yorke (Radiohead) “Traffic” off his new album “ANIMA”. Subtitles/CC available.

Hello revolutionary music makers, we are Kate Harmony and Ray Harmony (AKA Revolution Harmony), and…

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Wu-Tang Clan “Of Mics and Men” Music Theory 

Learn how to write a bass line using a music theory hack from Wu-Tang Clan “Seen a Lot of Things” (from “Of Mics and Men” EP).

Hello revolutionary music makers, we are Kate Harmony and Ray Harmony (AKA Revolution Harmony)…

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Slipknot “Unsainted” Music Theory 

Learn how to write melodies in counterpoint, using a music theory hack from Slipknot “Unsainted” (off their upcoming album “We Are Not Your Kind”).

Hello revolutionary music makers, we are Kate Harmony and Ray Harmony (AKA Revolution Harmony), and…

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Writing a Chord Progression for a Melody

Learn how to write chords for a bass line in this unedited video that reveals the process of making music.

Hello revolutionary music makers, we are Kate Harmony and Ray Harmony (AKA Revolution Harmony), and welcome to Hack…

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Use This Chord to Transform Your Progressions 

It’s easy to play a few chords that sound nice together. But those chord progressions are really bland, cos there’s no spice in them. So in this video, you’ll learn how to transform your progressions with one super spicy chord

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Wanna Bass with the Big Beat Boys? 

There’s many genres that are all about bass and drums, and many of those genres often don’t even use chords. But, chords are essential in creating musical depth, so in this video you’ll learn a game-changing bass hack that…

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Why People Don't Sing Your Chord Progressions

In this Hack Music Theory video, you’ll learn why people aren't singing along to your chord progressions, and we’ll give you two hacks to solve this problem once and for all. But first... Tea!

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