When transposing songs from major key to minor key, should it be natural minor or harmonic minor?

How do you transpose a song from a major key to a minor key?

You take the diatonic chords of the major key and you substitute the diatonic chords of the minor key.

When should I use harmonic minor?

Musicians will use a harmonic minor scale formula in order to represent music that feels more complex than just natural minor. Harmonic minor piano scales are the same seven notes as a natural minor scale but with one alteration the seventh degree up by one half step.

How do you go from major to minor scale?

You can easily convert major keys to minor keys simply by understanding the concept of relative keys. Each major key has a relative minor, with which it shares a key signature. The relative minor is found on the sixth scale degree of a major key, or three semitones down from its corresponding major key.

How do you transpose C major to minor?

If you are attempting to go from C major to A minor, I would suggest lowering the 3rd, 6th, and 7th in the key of C to make it C minor, and then transposing it down 3 half-steps to A minor without altering the pitches anymore.

What are the rules for transposing music?

1. A melody in a Major key can only be transposed into another Major key. 2. A melody in a minor key can only be transposed into another minor key.

What is the best way to transpose music?

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Can you modulate from major to minor?

Modulating from a major key to its relative minor (or vice versa) is one of the easiest ways to perform modulation because the obstacle of changing to a key with different accidentals does not exist. However, since both keys share the same key signature, it can be hard to tell if the song is modulating or not.