I need help analysing weird chord progression

How do you Analyse a chord progression?

To do this we:

  1. Determine the key. Find the Key Signature. Find Cadences at end of phrases and sections. Look for ii-V-I’s, V-I’s, and ii-V’s (incomplete cadences that resolve to the I chord at the beginning of the next section)
  2. Label all chords with Roman Numerals based on their relationship to the I chord.

How do you do harmonic analysis?

Performing a Harmonic Analysis

  1. Identify phrase endings. It’s often helpful to listen for:
  2. Analyze the phrase ending. Listen, and label the cadence if present (it often is).
  3. Look for a strong predominant. Back up from the cadence to look for a strong predominant.
  4. Analyze from the beginning.

How do I know if my chord progression is good?

When does it make sense to have chords that are out of key? If it sounds good, it is good. Or maybe, if it creates a feeling in the listener, then it’s a valid way to communicate that feeling. That’s the only determination that matters.

How can I make my chord progressions more interesting?

How to make your chords more interesting.

  1. Familiarize yourself with pop chords. If you’re stuck with your chord progressions, you can find inspiration from those who do it best.
  2. Mix things up. When you find chord progressions that work, recycling them is easy.
  3. Use different voicings.
  4. Change up your rhythm.
  5. Adjust your touch.

What is a creepy chord progression?

If you’re a fan of scary movies you’ve definitely heard this chord progression before. The theory behind it is very simple: two minor chords spaced a minor 3rd apart. Don’t just play these chords in root position though; the inversion matters!

Are there wrong chord progressions?

Technically, there’s no such thing as a “wrong” chord progression in the sense of “prohibited.” But there certainly are chord progressions that are easier for the brain to make sense of.

How do you do melodic analysis?

Refer to its sound as you complete the following steps.

  1. Isolate reference notes.
  2. Observe how other notes relate to reference notes (satellites, nonchord tones)
  3. Identify any clear background patterns (in tonal melodies, notes in the tonic triad produce closure are important structural members.)

How to analyze jazz music?

Quote from video: Then it's followed by a dominant seventh chord that is resolving to C major seven chord and we listen to it. Right. We hear a resolution. So this is important right here this is a five chord.

What does a harmonic analyzer do?

Quote from video:

What makes an effective chord progression?

A chord progression works by creating an emotional journey between its beginning and end. Much like a good book, it starts with an introduction, has an adventure in the middle, and resolves at the end. It’s shaped by the key and scale of the song, which dictates the overall tone.

How do I know what scale to use over a chord progression?

The rule is to use Major pentatonic scales over major chords and minor pentatonic scales over minor chords. This works well for most chords. All you need to do is switch scales with the chord changes.

What do chord progression numbers mean?

The numerals on top represent the scale degree from which each chord is derived. These are the chord numbers. Note that this also denotes the chord quality. Uppercase numerals represent major chords while lowercase numerals represent minor chords.