Today, I'm showing you three ways you can add chromatic notes to a melody. This can help you go a long way to creating different flavors and special moments in your melody.
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Here's what you learn today:
• Three places you can add a chromatic note without changing the harmony
• How to tell whether you should use an altered note again
• The most classic use of chromaticism in a minor scale.
Adding chromatic notes can often feel overwhelming, especially if you don't know how to use them harmonically. What I teach you here allows you to find places to play with chromaticism without having to worry about changing the harmony.
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